Drones and underwater ROVs are revolutionizing bridge inspections. No longer do bridge inspectors have to put their lives at risk by walking on bridges that may be structurally unsound.
Skykam provides bridge inspections to the whole of Scotland. Using drones and ROVs provide a close-up view of the bridge and captures any damage or problems. This is a much safer and more efficient way to inspect bridges, it is also a lot less expensive than using traditional methods.
Drones and ROVs are quickly becoming the industry standard for bridge inspections. Thanks to their safety and efficiency, drones and ROVs are the future of bridge inspections.
Skykam is proud to provide bridge and infrastructure inspections using both drones and underwater ROVs. We have a team of experienced professionals who can help assess any bridge or infrastructure for damage or problems.
We are committed to providing a safe and efficient inspection service, and we always work to meet the needs of our clients. Contact us today to learn more about our services!
We are Gold Certified Drone Safe – the most skilled, advanced, and safe operators available. We adhere to all Drone Safety Protocol’s and have full Civil Aviation Authority licencing. We follow all Scottish drone laws.
Drones and ROVs are both types of unmanned aerial or underwater vehicles. Drones are typically small, hand-held devices that can be used to take pictures or videos from the air. ROVs are larger vehicles that can be used to explore underwater environments.
Both drones and ROVs can be used for bridge inspections. Drones can be used to take pictures or videos of the bridge from above, while ROVs can be used to explore the bridge’s underwater environment. This allows bridge inspectors to get a closer look at any damage or problems that may be present on the bridge.
Drones and ROVs are safer and more efficient than traditional bridge inspection methods because they allow inspectors to get a close-up view of the bridge without having to put their lives at risk. Additionally, they are less expensive than traditional methods. This makes them a more cost-effective option for bridge inspections.
Drones remove the need for rope access. This is a dangerous and time-consuming process that can be replaced by drones and ROVs. This makes bridge inspections faster and safer, which is a huge benefit to both inspectors and bridge owners.
The cost savings associated with using drones and ROVs for bridge inspections is significant. Not only are they safer and more efficient than traditional methods, but they are also less expensive. This makes them an attractive option for bridge owners who are looking to save money on bridge inspections.
Drones and ROVs provide a cost-effective solution for bridge inspections, and they are quickly becoming the industry standard. Thanks to their safety and efficiency, drones and ROVs are the future of bridge inspections.
Drones and ROVs can be used to check for structural damage on bridges. This allows bridge owners to get a closer look at any damage that may be present on the bridge. Drones can be used to take pictures or videos of the bridge from above, while ROVs can be used to explore the bridge’s underwater environment. This allows bridge inspectors to get a closer look at any damage or problems that may be present on the bridge.
An underwater rov is a great tool for bridge inspections because it allows inspectors to get a closer look at the bridge’s structure and condition. Additionally, an underwater rov can be used to take video and photos of the bridge for documentation purposes.
An underwater rov can capture a variety of data, including video footage of the bridge, photos of the bridge, and data about the bridge’s condition. This data can be used to help inspectors assess the bridge’s condition and make any necessary repairs.
Our drone bridge inspection systems are capable of capturing 4k images or footage and providing a view in VR in real-time. Our drones can also capture data that is traditionally gathered by inspectors during bridge inspections bridge width, and bridge height. This data can be used to create a more accurate bridge inspection report.
Although bridge inspections can be done manually, using drones and underwater ROVs can be much more efficient and effective. Drones and ROVs can get into tight spaces that would be difficult or dangerous for a human to reach, and they can provide a much more comprehensive view of the bridge structure. This makes them ideal for inspecting bridges quickly and safely.
The prime focus of all bridge inspections is public safety and prolonging the economic life of the structure. By using drones and ROVs for bridge inspections, we can ensure that these goals are met efficiently and effectively.
A drone is an unmanned aerial vehicle that is propelled by rotors. An ROV is a remotely operated underwater vehicle that is propelled by electric motors. Both drones and ROVs can be used to collect data and perform inspections.
Yes, we provide bridge inspections to the whole of Scotland.
The cost of a remote bridge inspection varies depending on the size and complexity of the bridge. However, it is generally the most cost-effective and efficient way to inspect bridges for any potential damage or wear and tear.
Bridges should be inspected regularly in order to ensure their structural integrity. The frequency of inspections will depend on the age and condition of the bridge. Older bridges or those that are in poor condition may need to be inspected more frequently.
Drones and ROVs can quickly and easily collect data, which can then be reviewed and archived. This makes it a cost-effective and efficient way to inspect bridges for any potential damage or wear and tear. Additionally, it allows inspectors to safely assess hard-to-reach areas of the bridge.
We use a variety of drones and ROVs for bridge inspections, depending on the specific needs of the project. We have a range of drones that can be used for aerial inspections, as well as ROVs that can be used for underwater inspections. Our team will determine the best type of drone or ROV to use for each project.
We use a variety of methods to ensure that the data collected is accurate. First, our team will thoroughly review the project requirements. Then, we will select the appropriate drone or ROV for the job. We also use high-quality cameras and sensors to collect data. Finally, our team will review the data carefully before archiving it.