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The use of drones equipped with thermal cameras is beneficial for inspecting defects in photovoltaic solar power and rooftop facilities. The high-resolution thermal camera attached to the drone can pinpoint hotspots on the modules with high accuracy. Drone inspection can considerably save time and costs compared to conventional methods   

Drones can be used to quickly inspect the rooftops, facades, and inaccessible areas of multi-story buildings without the need for dangerous operations. After inspection, photos, videos, and reports are shared with the client for taking appropriate measures

Drones can provide an accurate view from the rooftops and exterior walls of detached houses. Unlike conventional methods, there is no need for workers to climb buildings and no scaffolding is required

Drones are mainly used in the construction industry for surveying, inspection, and site monitoring purposes. Drones with sensors facing downward, such as RGB, multispectral, and thermal, acquire a large amount of data in a short period of time. In this project, the construction process of a detached house was documented chronologically with drone footage.

Drones are widely used for all kinds of real estate properties, including houses, condominiums, resorts, vacant lots, and commercial facilities. Current drone camera technology is capable of capturing a variety of images, including still and moving images, overlapping images, and panoramas. Residential properties such as detached houses and high-rise buildings can be planned and photographed by drones and used for marketing, inspection, and surveying

Drones streamline the overall management of large mining sites and quarries by providing accurate and comprehensive data that gives an in-depth view of the situation in the field in a short time. Drones allow mining companies to create terrain maps and models of their inventory

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones commonly support activities such as mitigation-related assessments, risk modeling, and environmental remediation. Drones are often used to map and monitor terrain, surface features, damage to buildings and properties, and disaster waste in areas hit by landslides, earthquakes, flooding, and other natural disasters

Drones can be used for everything from precision farming to the efficient application of herbicides and fertilizers and farm management. As a result, they are expected to reduce operating costs, improve crop quality, and increase yield rates. This project assisted corn farmers in detecting the location of abnormally grown weeds

Scientists are able to create high-resolution maps to collect data from a vast area of coastlines using drones. Monitoring marine litter is a crucial step in assessing the intensity of pollution, its distribution, accumulations, and the effectiveness of the mitigation process. In this project, we monitored and mapped marine litter deposited in a coastal area in northwestern Kyushu, Japan

Drones can be effectively used in photography and video production for promotion, tourism, advertising, and marketing. This short video was created for the purpose of business promotion along a coastal area in Itoshima City, northern Kyushu, Japan

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