Surveying Drone Solutions | COPTRZ | Commercial Drone Solutions

Live Drone Demonstration

Dunchurch Hotel, Rugby, March 5th 2020


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Drones are revolutionising the way in which surveyors gather data, making day-to-day operations faster, safer and more cost-effective when compared to traditional surveying methods. However, as the adoption of drones and UAV technology continues to blossom across all corners of the globe, there is still a certain hesitation among businesses of all sizes to embrace the potential and take those first steps to a brighter future. Certainly, when it comes to areas such as aerial surveying and inspections, there’s never been a better or easier time to get yourself airborne.

We’re seeing more and more case studies showcasing vastly increased efficiency from using a drone solution over traditional methods. Project times are now counted in days rather than weeks, the amount and quality of data is increased, and smaller crews are required – although we should note that drones don’t need to replace people, they simply give those already employed a better tool to do the job (so those people not out in the field can be back in the office working through the results!).

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Watch Our Surveying Drones in Action

Watch the Wingtra PPK fixed wing VTOL at our next live demonstration in Rugby on the 5th of March 2020.  An exclusive look at a pre-planned intelligence flight, we put the Wingtra’s vertical take-off to the extreme as we launch from the Dunchurch Park Hotel’s most difficult terrain.

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Innovair: Using the M210 for surveying & inspection

COPTRZ had the opportunity to speak to Andrew Johnston, Director of Inspection at Innovair. Andrew has over 10 years of experience in the oil and gas industry and is a qualified UAV pilot. He specialises in advanced and remote inspection technology and programme & software development.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What if I don’t get any requests for surveys by drone?

  • Why should I not just get a drone pilot or sub-contractor?

  • But, what if I don’t do large topographic surveys?

  • This sounds great, but surely it’s out of our budget?

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