In 2017 T&A Survey Drone Services performed a photogrammetric drone survey for a regional water authority. The goal of the drone survey was to map a secondary channel of the river Vecht by performing an photogrammetric revision analysis covering the entire area. Since the research area is about 2 km long, the client decided the best way to perform the survey was from the air.
Infrared (IR) thermography is a no-contact technique for measuring the surface temperature of a body or an object. By attaching a thermographic infrared camera to a drone, T&A Survey drone Services can detect temperature contrasts from the air, making it a particularly suitable technology for the inspection of solar pannels.