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Colorado Springs and Surrounding Areas

Industrial Services

Using drones in an industrial setting offers numerous benefits, including improved safety by reducing the need for personnel to access hazardous areas, increased efficiency through faster data collection and analysis, and enhanced cost-effectiveness by minimizing downtime and operational disruptions.

Site Survey and Mapping

I provide comprehensive site surveying and mapping services for industrial facilities, construction sites, and large-scale projects. Using drones, I capture high-resolution imagery and data to create accurate maps, 3D models, and digital terrain models. My services enable clients to make informed decisions, optimize project planning, and streamline development processes.

Construction Progress Monitoring

I offer progress monitoring services for industrial construction projects. Utilizing drones, I capture aerial imagery and video footage of construction sites, tracking progress, monitoring work quality, and identifying potential issues or delays. My services enable clients to optimize workflows, ensure project timelines, and achieve project objectives efficiently.

Inspection and Monitoring

I specialize in conducting aerial photo documentation of industrial assets such as pipelines, power lines, towers, and infrastructure. Using drones equipped with high-resolution cameras and sensors, I capture all assets that need inspections so your engineers can perform the inspections without ever needing to go into the field. This helps you identify issues early, prevent costly downtime, and ensure the reliability of your operations.

Stockpile Measurements

Whether you need to measure your usage, or to make sure you received everything you paid for, a stockpile volume measurement will be what you need. Highly accurate, and a quick turnaround will give you the answers that you need.

This is not a comprehensive list. If there are any other services you are looking for, please give a call. 

FAQ

Many services can be done same day. Some things can affect turn around time such as what is needed, how large the area, location, and weather.

No. Pricing has a lot of variables including location, services, and even volume. I am happy to discuss your current and future needs so we can begin to negotiate pricing.

You can. That is the short answer, but understand that in order to do any commercial work yourself, you must must follow FAA rules.

Register your drone with the FAA. Failure to do this: “The FAA may assess civil penalties up to $27,500. Criminal penalties include fines of up to $250,000 and/or imprisonment for up to three years.”

https://www.faa.gov/faq/there-penalty-failing-register

Make sure your pilot is Part 107 certified. Here is an example of the FAA fining a company that failed to follow their rules.

https://www.faa.gov/newsroom/faa-proposes-19-million-civil-penalty-against-skypan-international-allegedly-unauthorized?newsId=19555

Absolutely. I would not risk my business or yours by being noncompliant. If in doubt, you can always look up a pilot’s certifications on the FAA airman registry.

https://amsrvs.registry.faa.gov/airmeninquiry/

If a company hires someone to do drone work that is not certified is held liable, so be careful when deciding who to go with.

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