Mitigate disruptions before they happen

Thermal image inspection is based on a dry part of a roof cooling and heating more slowly than the wet part. Aerial Thermal image inspection uses an advanced thermal sensor to aid in the identification of moist areas because the dry parts of the roof cool slower than the wet places.

Our advanced thermal sensor can also identify areas that are poorly insulated (called “thermal bridges”), where thermal energy escapes. These areas are detectable by our aerial sensors because they are warmer than the surrounding parts of the roof.

The combination of a visual and thermography inspection uses drones that can discover hidden defects that, if left unresolved, could become hazardous and expensive to repair.

Small leaks can be seen, so the roof can be proactively maintained at a fraction of the cost of a major repair.

We’re using Aerial Radiometric Thermography to study the surface layers of a snowpack and the area of interest where the solar energy is most concentrated; initiating an accelerated warming effect on the snow pack. Our Aerial Radiometric Thermography can measure the rocks that warm up the fastest causing the snow crystals to lose their coherence and start sliding.

We successfully measured the rock temperatures that warm up the fastest near Castle Rock in Durango, Colorado; using our Radiometric Thermography sensor payload on our drone. We believe that these test results will lead to an early avalanche warning system for high-risk areas.

Also, our Aerial Radiometric Thermography is universal and can be used in other industrial applications



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