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Aerial Visual


     Aerial visual inspection refers to the process of inspecting structures, buildings, and other assets using aerial platforms such as drones, helicopters, or planes.

     This method of inspection allows for a comprehensive view of the asset being inspected, as it covers a wider area and provides a bird's eye view of the asset.


Why Aerial Visual Inspections?

Aerial visual inspection can be used for a variety of purposes, including identifying potential safety hazards, monitoring the condition of assets, and assessing damage or wear and tear. This type of inspection can be particularly useful in hard-to-reach or dangerous areas, such as tall buildings, bridges, or offshore structures. 

     During an aerial visual inspection, cameras and sensors mounted on the aerial platform capture high-resolution images and video of the asset being inspected. These images can be analyzed by experts to identify any potential issues or areas of concern. 

     Overall, aerial visual inspection provides a safe and efficient way to inspect assets from a distance, without requiring physical access or putting inspectors at risk. It allows for a comprehensive and detailed assessment of assets, leading to more accurate and informed decision-making.

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