The build-up of gases such as methane in landfill sites is a common problem for councils & landowners, particularly if the land is identified for development.

Drilling boreholes to relieve the gas build-up, along with ‘flash burning’ the methane is a significant undertaking, so the identification of the heat spots and potential underground fires is critical.

The use of drones to complete the survey and land inspection using thermal imaging payloads is a new technological development and access to all through Drone Media Imaging. Using the latest in drone thermal imaging camera sensors such as the Zenmuse XTr radiometric, we are ready to deploy anywhere in the UK to carry out ground inspections, like the one recently completed at the Festival Gardens in Liverpool.

Below is some of the resulting imagery.

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Thermal Imaging and Building Inspections

June 5th, 2020|Comments Off on Thermal Imaging and Building Inspections

Thermal Imaging has many applications and the construction industry is beginning to harness its potential by using it during both construction and renovation processes to find faults and to establish compatibility [...]

Drone Uses at Solid Waste Disposal Facilities

June 2nd, 2020|Comments Off on Drone Uses at Solid Waste Disposal Facilities

Drone flights over solid waste landfill sites are fast becoming accepted as an efficient way to conduct surveys over terrain that is often difficult and/or dangerous to navigate on foot. Couple this with the [...]

Drones and Water Leak Detection

June 1st, 2020|Comments Off on Drones and Water Leak Detection

Drones offer the potential to be of great assistance in the UK when it comes to fighting the increasingly expensive war on water waste through pipe leakage.  Anglian Water alone estimates the cost of [...]