Rotorgraph can reach areas within minutes, and our solution is extremely safe and more importantly – very cost efficiently. What was once a difficult and costly task to accomplish can now be achieved much more cost-effectively using our state of the heart drone systems. Building inspections of roofs, chimneys, towers, wind turbines, church spires, etc, no longer need costly cherry-pickers or scaffolding.
Rotorgraph will supply you with a series of high-resolution images and high definition 4K video of most hard to reach structures. You can even monitor the footage live using our High Definition DJI Goggles to make sure you’re getting exactly the images you need. More importantly your staff will be safe on the ground meaning less accidents within the workplace.
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One of the most important reasons for using drone photography at height is safety. Traditionally an individual or team would have to climb up to a damaged roof and take photographs or videos manually. This meant delays if it was too windy to make the climb or the risk of an individual falling.
Drone photography eliminates this risk. It is a safe method of inspection at height which can be carried out fast and without too much delay. We are licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority and we are covered by Public Liability Insurance.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is the national independent watchdog for work-related health, safety and illness which acts in the public interest to reduce work-related death and serious injury across Great Britain’s workplaces.
According to them, (in their guide of Working at Height) roof work is high in risk and states one of the most common causes of serious workplace injury to be falling through roofs. This can occur on roofs of factories, warehouses, farm buildings and such when repair work of the roof is being carried out.