Cell Tower Inspections
Telecommunication companies and inspection companies have traditionally relied on heavy equipment, downtime, and high-risk climbs to accurately assess the cell towers during construction and routine maintenance. But when it comes to tower surveys, a drone can help identify potential climbing hazards, find structural damage, and help tower inspectors understand the tools they need prior to climbing.
Drones provide a safe method to inspect towers for damage after severe weather without risking a climber. Additionally 3D Models can help create a virtual twin to document tower and site conditions and perform routine inspections of equipment and infrastructure.
Inspect high and difficult to reach structures with a drone – call Mile High Drones today!
Here are some examples from past projects. The end deliverable for most projects is a consolidated report with summarized findings and recommendations.
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This is the third and final part of our Cell Tower Inspection series. You can read the previous posts here…