Damage Assessment & Emergency Response
Mile High Drones provides emergency and disaster response services that help companies detect damage and provide situational awareness after a natural disaster. New technologies have allowed sensors like thermal cameras that required a helicopter to transport to now be carried in an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that can fit in a backpack. The experts at Mile High Drones understand the use cases and processes for gaining access, collecting the aerial data, and delivering actionable findings for commercial and enterprise solutions.
In addition to providing companies with an initial assessment of damage to equipment and structures so that they can be repaired or rebuilt, the data that’s collected also provides vital information to mitigate the effects if a similar event were to happen in the future. Using drones allows for repairs to be completed more quickly and more safely. The MHD aerial solutions allow clients to take measurements, build detailed 3D models, and keep onsite crews, support staff, management and relevant authorities all aligned, without anyone entering potentially unsafe infrastructure.
In the wake of wildfires, hurricanes, floods or severe hail storms drones can assist in providing safer, more efficient and more cost effective inspections of infrastructure. Mile High Drones provides tailored solutions for construction, insurance, utilities, telecommunications and energy industries. Contact us today to learn more about our rapid response units and inspection services.
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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