Inspection services are one of the most hyped and fastest growing verticals in commercial drones, with good reason. When it comes to return on investment, the drones have it – saving large energy and infrastructure companies millions over conven…Continue reading →
Integrates infrared drone technology & mold inspection MIAMI, FL, USA. — /PRNewswire/ — Aerial infrared drone mold inspection, aerial wind and water damage inspection and moisture intrusion detection are just some of the new high-tech s…Continue reading →
Randall Warnas, manager of FLIR’s sUAS business, will be holding a free one hour webinar where he will explain the features of the Duo Pro R, its overall capabilities, and discuss in detail several specific use-cases unlocked by this technology.Continue reading →
Study shows how to use aerial thermography Online — A Dartmouth-led study has demonstrated how the latest aerial thermal imagery is transforming archaeology due to advancements in technology. Today’s radiometric thermal cameras coupled with small inexpensive, easy to fly drones, … Continue reading →Continue reading →
Seen at InterDrone Online — Featuring both a thermal infrared sensor with radiometry and a visible camera, the FLIR Duo Pro R gives professional drone operators the range and image detail needed to capture actionable thermal and visible imagery in … Continue reading →Continue reading →
NDVI*& Real World Apps Agriculture and the use of Drones On a large farm, the inspection of crops can be an overwhelming task. How can a farmer other than walking the fields or renting a helicopter ever be able to … Continue reading →Continue reading →
New video to show you featuring a FLIR thermal imager mounted on a UAV inspecting solar panels for damage.
This application of infrared thermography has come a long way and now, with a new aerial perspective, is an extremely efficient tool for maintenance and quality assurance inspections of solar systems. In contrast to time consuming traditional methods, large solar installations can now be inspected quickly from the right distance and view point.
Even with these advancements in the technology, however, a thermal imager still does not have the ability to detect problems on its own – you still need a qualified operator with the right knowledge and skills to use it properly.
That’s where ITC can help with training and certification! Check out our website for a complete list of course locations and dates now available through September 2016.
The article Inspecting Solar Panels with UAVs appeared first on News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors.
News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors – TempSensorNEWS
Unmanned Systems Technology | 9-11 May | Dallas Online — Visit IR Cameras at AUVSI’s XPONENTIAL (Booth #1814) to see their new high definition infrared imaging products for airborne, mobile … Continue reading →Continue reading →