Accident Investigation Using Drones

Fight Category: Aerial Inspection
Typical Locations: Industrial Plants, Airports, Transportation Authorities, Municipalities
Average Flight Time: 2Hrs
SFOC Required: In Most Cases & Requires Pre-qualification and/or Coordinated Special Permission

Accident Investigation Using Drones covers a broad cross section of potential mishaps that can benefit from the use of drones. Car accidents, train derailments, plane crashes, environmental disasters, floods, landslides and other natural events, though regrettable can be made easier to manage in some cases by leveraging a new perspective and additional information this birds eye view can provide.

Accident investigation using drones can also provide an important visual record referenced later to debrief, understand and potential safety concerns that may have lead to the event in order to take measures to prevent future events.

In addition, the aerial record can be used as evidence to validate or refute insurance claims and to offer as evidence in civil  cases. This record may also help certain agencies or individuals to meet legal reporting requirements (environmental releases) where documented proof is required to demonstrate that they negative impacts to the natural environment as a result of the accidental release have been mitigated to the greatest extent possible.

Accident investigation can benefit from a lower risk, lower cost overview offered by UAV flight missions:

  • Car Accident Investigation
  • Train Derailment
  • Plane Crashes
  • Floods
  • Fires
  • Earthquakes Relief
  • Landslides
  • Oil and Gas Asset Infrastructure Assessments

Our Solutions

Accident investigation using drones can augment your analysis and provide these benefits:

  1. Broaden impact assessment
  2. Inform prevention strategies
  3. Reduce Recurrence

Recon Aerial Media via can save you money by providing visual data and confirmation that links to your risk mitigation strategies. Industrial Inspections using drones can also help reduce the time required to undertake inspections and reduce operational downtime.

Very importantly aerial imaging service via drone can help you  prevent mishaps arising from unnecessary hands on inspections. Why put people in harms way when there is a better way to manage your inspections?