2019 Company Investment – Thermal Imaging

Eye in the Sky Glasgow – 2019 Investment Plans

Late 2018 and into early 2019 Eye in the Sky Glasgow collaborated with The City of Glasgow College developing Thermal Imaging Capabilities utilising the college owned DJI Matrice 200 Drone fitted with the XT2 Thermal Imaging Camera. During 2019 this project was completed from the company prospective but unfortunately COGC failed to deliver documentation and final close-out as agreed. This was unfortunate and the company returned the COGC Drone for the college own Care & Custody. Eye in the Sky Glasgow had committed to further company investment which allows the company to offer full Thermal Imaging Services with Company Owned Equipment (Mavic Professional Dual Enterprise) available for all clients further enhancing our current Inspection, Surveying and Aerial Imaging Capabilities.


Roof View – Red Hot Pallette
Oblique View – Yellow Hot
Front Elevation Rainbow
Bungalow Roof
Apartments Roof reflecting Sun Heat

 

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Eye in the Sky Glasgow was established 2017 and is fully committed to providing Drone Service`s for all. Our services include, but are not limited too high-level non-intrusive Inspections, Surveys and Aerial Imaging Photography. Since our start-up I've realised that there is a requirement for such an innovative drone service and I firmly believe that my company can provide a solution for all our customers. My past construction and HSE experience coupled with my work ethics our target is to provide a valuable service across a broad range of industries that can be fully utilised safely and efficiently whilst remaining cost effective to what previously would have been deemed too expensive. I personally find the work that we produce totally amazing and I’m convinced you will too. So…if you identify any work where our expertise can be of service, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch, it costs nothing to ask with all advice given for free, and I also believe their is no such thing as a stupid question.

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