Drone Inspection

We operate drones to conduct visual and thermal inspections for critical assets.


Visual Inspection

Visual inspections are critical to ensuring the proper maintenance of a company’s critical assets in industries such as infrastructure, energy and telecommunication, especially in Albania. We use drones to collect data on the condition of an asset, while helping inspectors avoid dangerous situations and demonstrate site progress over time.


Thermal Inspection

Drone thermal imagery is powerful, especially for utility and building inspections. Operators are able to spot missing or damaged installation, water under roof membranes, external electrical issues, failed windows, and many other problems. One of the most powerful aspects of a thermal camera is that it can detect and highlight problems which can be missed during a visual inspection.



Drone reporting refers to the process of documenting the results of a drone-based inspection of a physical structure or site. This typically involves creating a written report, as well as providing images or video footage taken by the drone during the inspection. Drone inspection reports are often used to assess the condition of buildings, infrastructure, and other assets, and can help identify potential issues that may need to be addressed.



10X faster and 1000+ less working hours.


Range of millimeters.


Up to 85% cost effective.


Easily deployable on site.


Inspect remotely.

How It Works

Choose a Drone

Nowadays there's a drone for every purpose. Here's a list of some of our drones and their purpose:

  • DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual. This drone is best for mapping quickly.
  • DJI Mavic Air 2. Suggested for beginners and small areas.
  • DJI Matrice 30T. Best drone for reliability
  • Fixar 007. Best VTOL fixed-wing for mapping mountains and huge areas.
  • DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise. Best new drone for photogrammetry.

Flight Planning

Once the drone and mapping solution has been selected the next step is flight planning. Select the area where you want to do drone mapping along with it ensure safety majors. After finalizing the area, select altitude at which you want to fly the drone. After selecting the area plan the flight using mapping software. For the purpose, log into the software where it will automatically ask to plan a flight. It gives you the satellite image of the area where you just have to click on the square and select it for drone mapping.

Live Data

Now the work is on the ground. After all selection processes next take the drone to the area where you have planned your flight and fly it. Connect drone to smartphone or remote, go to the drone mapping app and tap on the fly. For inspections, live footage transmitted from the drone can be viewed on real-time to take action. If needed, review the images captured by drone then and there to ensure that only relevant image goes for final analysis.

Data Processing

Once the images have been captured upload the images on the software. Then select output where the image will be processed in form of orthomosaic or 3D point cloud ready to be used for your purpose. It is important to note here that the science of photogrammetry is applied in drone mapping where measurements are made from photographs which result into map, measurement or 3D model of a real-world object or scene.

Data Output

A mapping software allows us to generate accurate assets with drone data after processing. Some of them are:

  • Orthomosaic 2D maps
  • Digital elevation models (DEM, DSM, DTM)
  • 3D point cloud
  • 3D textured mesh
  • Contour lines
  • Index/Reflectance Maps
  • Thermal Maps
  • Reports

  • Use Case

    Location Stefani & Co Tirana
    Software Skaitech Cloud
    Hardware DJI Mavic Enterprise 2 Dual
    Time 2 Days
    Area surveyed 0.86 hectares

    Industries Relying on Drone Inspection

    Companies that use Drones for their inspection are always on time with the reports.