Drone Inspections & Surveys In the City of Liverpool
We have carried out a number of critical infrastructure ,building, roof inspections as well as drone mapping in the Liverpool area.
We are the leading UK C.A.A licensed and ISO 9001, aerial filming & photography specialists, using remote-controlled, multi-rotor UAVs (drones).
Our pilots have amassed hundreds of hours of safe commercial drone operations in and around the Liverpool city's complex air space and built-up areas. We have the experience and knowledge to ensure all relevant permissions and notifications are in place before we work for you.
Our state of the art drones can offer close visual drone inspections drone surveys and critical asset inspections to areas often deemed difficult to access or time-consuming to survey via the traditional routes of rope-access or erection of working structures such as scaffolding.
Whether it’s a close visual inspection of a roof, flare tip, live transmission tower or a topographic land or building survey from the air. Global Drone Surveys will supply you with all the detailed imagery, aerial photography and aerial drone mapping you require in a fraction of the time (and often, cost!) of the existing methods.
We are qualified to work in high-risk industrial environments capturing the footage or images you require in a fast, efficient and safe manner.
Global Drone Surveys has worked on a number of large national infrastructure projects providing precise high-end geo-referenced imagery and data for our clients. This fully edited imagery is a fantastic briefing tool and visual update for stakeholders as well as project media releases.
We can fly where others can’t
Operational Safety Case for UAV Flights
Global Drone surveys Liverpool is one of only a few companies that hold an OSC in the UK.
An operational safety case (OSC) is a set of processes and procedures that ensure the safe operation of a drone. It covers all aspects of drone operation, from pre-flight checks to post-flight debriefs.
An OSC is developed by the drone operator and approved by CAA. It is a live document that is constantly updated as new information arises.
The OSC allows Global Drone Surveys to fly with reduced distances and separations which is critical to carrying out save and legal flights in the City of Liverpool . If you would like more information this speak to us today.
Working with Drones in Liverpool Airspace
Situated on the River Mersey, Liverpool airport is the fourth busiest airport in the United Kingdom. The airport serves over 9 million passengers each year and is a hub for Flybe, Ryanair and easyJet. The airport has two main terminals, a cargo terminal and an executive terminal. Liverpool Airport is also home to the UK's first dedicated airfreight terminal. The airport has two runways and an air traffic control tower.
We as the drone operator are responsible for obtaining all permissions to fly within any restricted airspace in Liverpool and its surrounding areas. Restricted airspace is marked on aviation charts.
Flight within these areas is restricted for all types of aircraft, whether manned or unmanned. To obtain permission the drone operator must apply for Enhanced Non-Standard Flight clearance via the NATS website or local ATC.
We take care of all of this to ensure our operations are safe and legal as well as advising you of lead-in times as we complete the process.
UAV SURVEYS & DRONE INSPECTIONS LIVERPOOL
Due to their cost efficiency and safety. 4k high resolution photos can be taken of roofs, structures and infrastructure, without the need for scaffolding or access equipment. This is proving to be a more cost effective and safe option for many businesses in Liverpool.
Whether you’re a TV production looking for a professional, adaptive and fully kitted out drone crew, you simply want to consult on what an unmanned aerial vehicle could add to your production, or you’d like to discuss a full production corporate package for your event, company or brand, give us a call and we’d love to chat!
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND UAV MAPPING
Online satellite imagery can be out-dated by up to 6 years and can be unreliable in planning and analysis needs. Drone survey imagery is typically 20 times the resolution of Google Earth, allowing for greater planning detail and when augmented by our 3D mapping capability, provides ground representation to the smallest detail.