Drone Services for the Telecommunication Industry

Accurate cell tower inspections in a matter of minutes.

Drone technology is disrupting entire industries, and it’s finding its use in the telecommunication industry. Due to their nature, cell towers inspection are a difficult endeavor. In order to perform a cellular tower inspection, workers have to risk their lives, potentially disrupt tower performance, and climb high-rise platforms. With drones, there is no need to cause downtime or endanger workers.

Drones can capture high-resolution images and 4K videos in a matter of minutes. The footage can be zoomed in and any faults on tower or antennas can be easily detected. Thermal imagery FLIR camera can be used to detect any energy loss and potential performance issues. Apart from thermal imagery, drones are equipped with a High Definition camera that can capture beautiful aerial photos and videos you can use in further presentations.

Inspect your telco cell towers without danger to employees and quickly detect malfunctions.

Licensed & Insured
Fully licensed and insured, our pilots are professionals that know how to get the job done right. We carry all the mandatory certification, in addition to mission-specific insurance coverage.
Inspections
Drone inspections can detect potential damage before it happens. Mile High Drones can help you uncover issues that arise with aging infrastructure, or from issues in new construction.
Damage Assessment
Routine surveying is highly encouraged in areas like Colorado. With drones, it’s much easier, faster and more affordable. ​

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