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Aerial surveys & inspections

Aerial survey isn't a new technology, but in the past it has mostly been carried out by expensive manned aircraft with all the associated limitations. Who, for instance, could imagine hiring a helicopter to inspect the lead flashing on the roof of your apartment block. If nothing else, the neighbours and authorities might have something to say about the noise, disturbance and risks.

A drone, on the other hand, can literally go where no aircraft has gone before and film or photograph in much greater detail, as the images on this page show. Drones are much more cost effective than any of the alternatives, scaffolding, lift platforms, towers etc., and also a lot quicker and safer. The disturbance element is also considerably less using a modern sophisticated camera drone, with the average detailed survey taking less than two hours with virtually no noise or inconvenience.

Contact Details

BEDA:photo
Garage Studios
21 Irvine Road, Colchester, Essex, UK

+44(0)1206 912016
info@bedaphoto.com

Photography

Aerial photography & survey

Professional, high resolution images CAA approved pilotsBEDA:photo is fully CAA registered for professional aerial photography

Aerial photograph of historic church in Essex showing the whole structure

Photos taken from above are generally far more informative and can show the general condition, style and location of a building far more effectively.

Survey

Inspect inaccessible areas quickly and easily

Using a drone is quick and cost effective Minimal disturbance

Aerial photograph of an historic church in Essex showing a close up view of the tower

A camera drone can get to areas previously inaccessible without expensive specialist equipment or the time, money and manpower needed to erect complex scaffolding.

Inspection

Close up, high resolution images

See every detail quickly and easily Minimal cost – maximum effectiveness

Aerial photograph showing extreme close up view of a church roof in Essex

With information like this it's much easier to make decisions about maintenance requirements, expenditure and scheduling, within minutes if necessary.

Inspection

Unusual angles

Famous landmarks from above. They look very different

Aerial photograph showing the roof and aerial view of the norman keep of Colchester Castle in Essex

Because of its sheer size, there is no better way of viewing the whole of Colchester Castle than from the air.

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