Using our multi-rotor UAV we can get much closer to targets that are difficult or unsafe to get to in person.
Our multi-rotor aircraft has four propellers that offer stable flight and can move vertically as well as horizontally, offering the best vantage point for visual inspections of hard to reach places. Setup time is faster than traditional methods and inspections can be completed faster without the need for costly operation shut downs.
Where Can Harrier Multi-Rotors Go?
Some places our multi-rotor drones are able to go:
- Retaining Walls
- Tram Lines
- Roof Tops
- Sub Stations
- Radio Towers
- Power Lines
Bottom line: If you need a visual inspection in an area that is difficult to access, our multi-rotor might be the guy for the job. With our trained technicians guiding and collecting the data, you’re in safe, professional hands with Harrier.
Safety and Reliability
Our system takes technicians out of harm’s way and gets into hard to reach places efficiently.
Using traditional methods for inspection of assets can be inefficient, time-consuming and unsafe. Using personnel on the ground to inspect chip piles in a kraft pulp mill, for example, results in people scrambling on the wood piles themselves.
With an agile multi-rotor UAV, Harrier technicians are able to capture high resolution images and video of your assets and deliver them to you in the format you need, collecting more data points than traditional methods with more accuracy.
Experience You Can Trust
Due to our years of experience, safety policies, and professional credentials, Harrier Aerial Surveys now holds a blanket special flight operators certificate for all of British Columbia. If you need an aerial survey done in a timely manner and completed with the utmost professionalism, call or email us today. We’re happy to discuss your needs.