Atlantic Tech Group has various thermal drone solutions for your inspection, survey, rescue and fire fighting requirements. This includes the state of the art DJI M210 RTK V2 with the XT2 radiometric thermal camera and the cost effective DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual for security surveillance.
Inspections of power lines, capacitors, transformers and sub stations, or solar panels, oil & gas pipelines, flare stacks and cell towers.
Aerial infrared imaging for thermal inspection and moisture analysis of commercial buildings, rooftops, and industrial applications.
Whether you’re looking for an underground water leak or an overheating transformer, our aerial thermal system can help pinpoint problems on live equipment before they become severe. No more down time!
Use state of the art infrared and aerial imagery along with mapping to create geo-referenced surveys, reports, and ensure the most efficient use of materials and time.
From solar panels, to heritage sites. From energy-loss to water leaks. We help you gather salient data from dangerous locations. We provide a safe, risk-free alternative to scaffolding, leading-edge or rope-access
It might be one of the more obvious categories for thermal imaging, however in the past thermal imaging cameras were either strapped to a helicopter or hand-held by people on the ground. There are two clear problems here: helicopters cannot see under canopies such as forests, and people travel at a limited range of speed.
A drone covers both of these problems! It can fly under canopies, into buildings, essentially anywhere it may be required. Advanced thermal cameras make detection of missing people even easier, as temperature alerts can be activated – meaning as soon as body heat is detected, for example, you’re going to know about it.
Drones equipped with thermal cameras can gather information through thick smoke which would limit the abilities of manned helicopters. This can help detect people who are trying to escape the blaze and save them, or animals trying to escape wildfires.
They can help detect key hot spots in a fire. What this means is that teams on the ground who are working out the best approach to a blaze can identify potential problem areas, avoiding sending their firefighters into overly dangerous places.
In addition, a drone can provide immensely helpful feedback post-incident, determining areas of safe heat levels, as well as hidden hotspots (fire in the walls). It can even help determine the cause contributors to the fire, for example identifying areas which may have included accelerants.
ATG uses field heat mapping to gauge crop health — a measure that is more precise and sophisticated than infrared or NDVI maps. The cameras measure the temperature of the crop, which is more precise and a better indicator of stress than the more common NDVI images taken today.
Thermal cameras completely disregard colour and show actual emitted energy from plants. Because it shows the emitted energy, we can see disease or stress in a plant long before it begins to show visible changes in colour.
The level of detail and patterns that thermal imaging reveals is well beyond what can be detected with the naked eye.