See What Can't be Seen
The LS Drone difference
Thermal imaging has been a mainstay in many industries for decades. From being completely non-destructive to being able to see what cannot be seen by the naked eye, when you couple the capability with the knowledge and skills to collect it properly, the data it provides is invaluable.
The invisible spectrum of light known as Infrared gives us the ability to collect temperature data from a distance. Putting a thermometer against a surface doesn't make a whole lot of sense when the area to be tested is 100' up in the air. Also, it would take entirely too long to test broad areas with a thermometer. These two use cases are the exact reason that drones and thermography go so well together. Being able to fly a drone far enough away to measure very large areas and being able fly high enough to get a proper reading on a specific area are the primary way drones make the most sense with thermal imaging.
LS Drone takes thermal imaging further, though. Like any other camera, taking thermal images with a drone is pretty easy. When precision or accuracy are required, that's when a Thermography Certification makes the difference. LS Drone pilots have at least a level 1 Thermography certification, with most having achieved their level 3. This means that your project or inspection is done right and delivered with confidence. It also means that the reports you receive can be used in even under the most stringent scrutiny.
Some of the many thermal solutions we offer:
Power and Transfer