Buildings are complex structures that require regular inspections. The older they are, the more frequently they must be inspected. Current methods of inspection include Manual Inspection using ropes, ladders, scaffolding, gantries and vehicle lifts for access. Drone based External & Internal building inspection technologies allow inspectors to get more details about the structures while remaining safely on the ground. By accessing the difficult to reach and tight spaces, drones can capture additional information that an inspector would not have managed using conventional means.
We detect concrete cracks & pitting, loose or cracked façade elements, glass damage, corrosion, water marks, peeling paints, surface damage, leaks and seepage among other anomalies.
Additionally Asatrobo Drones are equipped with Visual & Thermal Cameras. This helps to identify subsurface moisture damage. Inspections include Façade, Roofs, Elevator Shafts, Utility Shafts, Basements etc.
Expensive and hazardous methods such as ropes, ladders and scaffolding are no longer necessary.
100% Visual Inspection not Achievable
Tedious Equipment Setup
Expensive Investment & Logistics
Prone to Human Error
Hazardous due to Work at Heights
Manual Inspection Report
Benefits of Drones & A.I.
100% Visual Inspection Achieved
Time Savings of Over 70%
Minimal Equipment Setup
Low Investment in Equipment & Logistics
Minimal Possibilities for Human Error
No Hazard from Work at Heights
Digitized A.I. Driven Inspection Report
Roof & Façade Inspection
A drone with an HD Camera can capture the entire building exterior while giving engineers the ability to take photos from angles that were previously inaccessible, especially for complicated structures.
Our system is capable of detecting various building, façade and rooftop anomalies, including cracks, corrosion and rusting, paint peeling and other defects on different materials such as concrete, cladding, glass, or metallic surfaces.
Internal & External Thermal Inspection
A drone with a thermal camera can identify areas with subsurface moisture and areas of thermal loss.
The thermal image on the left shows moisture which is undetected visually.
Water damage visible mon surface. Thermal image indicates presence of subsurface moisture and seepage.
Visible image shows no symptoms. Thermal image identifies underfloor drain pipes along with leakage
Visible image shows no symptoms. Thermal image shows subsurface water leakage.