Imaging with RGB (visual) and thermal infrared (IR) provides a rapid and cost effective means of inspecting large scale and difficult to reach, often hazardous, environments.
Thermal IR can enable the early identification of thermal anomalies in the surface or subsurface of a structure or piece of electrical or mechanical equipment. By taking RGB (visual) images at the same time, a high resolution 3D model can be developed, and the respective thermal anomalies can be mapped on to the model. This enables asset owners to complete a digital inspection, referencing the 3D model and thermal IR photographs to develop a detailed defect map and scope any works that may be required to maintain the integrity of the asset.
With equipment that is purpose designed for operating in industrial environments, confined spaces and low light scenarios, drone imaging might be the ideal tool for your condition assessment project.
HIGH RESOLUTION VISUAL AND THERMAL IR IMAGING TO CAPTURE SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE DEFECTS
Applications of imaging
- Inspection of elevated and hard to reach assets
- Defect identification and mapping
- Subsurface defect detection in concrete structures
- Water ingress and seepage identification
- Leak detection
- Electrical/Mechanical defect and hot-spot detection
- Search and Rescue
High resolution and thermal IR photographs form the basis of many of Diospatial’s inspection and survey solutions.
- Georeferenced high resolution images
- Radiometric thermal images
- High resolution video
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