Drones were made for Inspection. Especially where the alternative would be a person working at height. Falls from height are the most common reason for serious injuries on Construction Sites, and in Infrastructure Inspection. Once Health & Safety Officers wake up to the potential of drones to replace people up ladders, they are a willing audience with real powers to effect changes in work practices, away from ladders and towards drones, in their workplaces. Good news for all commercial Drone Pilots.
There is a big difference between simply flying a drone around a construction site, taking photos as you go, hoping for the best; and a proper, detailed Drone Inspection that will add value for your client and make sure you secure regular work in future. This In a Day Workshop shows you how to get it right, including:
- Flight planning & permissions
- Selecting the right equipment for the job
- Gathering the data, ensuring high quality and completeness
- Managing the data
- Presenting the data for maximum effect
At a Glance
Your tutor: One of our Commercially Experienced Expert Drone Pilots
Numbers: Maximum 8
Base Camp: Llandudno; Maidenhead; Maidstone
Skill level: Existing and Aspiring Commercial Drone Pilots
Timing: Once a month
Weather: In the event the forecast is bad for the day of the event, we will contact you to arrange another suitable date, or offer you a full refund. The good news is, across 1,000s of lessons delivered over six years, fewer than 10% of lessons needed to be rearranged because of the weather. Who knew? The weather in the UK is not that bad, after all.