Our company performs photogrammetric flights using an unmanned vehicle, followed by data processing. The result concerns a digital presentation of the photographed area shown as orthophotomaps or models used for precise measurement, geographic and cartographic calculations or visualizations. This is a very fast and operative method of contactless measurement suitable even for areas with difficult access where another measuring technique may not be possible.
We are suppliers of a full range of services using unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) for precision agriculture. We cooperate with the Crop Research Institute in Prague, which ensures preciseness and expert conclusions based on the data analysis. Our outcomes allow for tailoring the operations to the needs of a specific field, reducing costs, increasing crops, better protecting the environment and monitoring the results.
By connecting a thermal camera and a drone it is possible to quickly detect a solar panel defect and reduce the time needed for inspecting the solar power plant. The solar plant operator obtains an overall thermal image of the entire power plant with exact coordinates of the defects. Simultaneously, it is possible to carry out an inspection in visible spectrum to visually check any defects.
Our services also include inspection flights with drones mounted with a thermal camera. This is particularly used in construction, inspections and industrial applications as the unmanned aerial vehicle reduces the time needed for inspection and may operate in hazardous or less accessible areas. We are able to process the received data to generate comprehensive results for fast localization and diagnosis of defects.
We employ unmanned aerial vehicles in aerial inspection. The high-resolution image is transmitted to the team on the ground without any delay; then it may be streamed to other sites. During the flight the sensor setup and position and the drone flight parameters may be adjusted as per the client's requirements, which makes the inspection highly operative and fast. This method is used where a direct inspection by a person is unnecessarily costly, hazardous or impossible.
JamCopters SkyView is a web-based on-line application for viewing and analysis of data collected during the flight mission. The inspection results may be viewed on personal devices anywhere, not requiring downloading the full data package. The viewer interactively displays 2D and 3D data and features measurement tools depending on the nature of the inspection. It is possible to display layers in the respective covered spectra or add other maps. If inspections are carried out on a regular basis, the development and ongoing changes in the respective area may be followed over time. The application allows inserting information and notes and project sharing with other team members.