Flight preparation: you give us the coordinates or traces you wish to check or inspect, and the system automatically calculates the best route.
Of course, you can deviate from this route, or change it, should you need to, during your flight.
The flight: the system will navigate for you; you do not need to do that yourself. You can focus on the actual observing. While making observations / noticing incidents, you only have to take a picture and put in the relevant details. That is all.
Follow-up: of all the identified observations / incidents collected during your flight, the system has created a (client-dependent) report containing all possible information (such as the time of your observation, coordinates, the name of the observer, detail maps complete with location, working area, and photos of the observations, etcetera).
You will receive the report in the format of your choice; a digital or a paper version.
You will not lose valuable time, and you can immediately realise an adequate follow-up.
INSPECTIONS BY HELICOPTER
Many companies and authorities have already discovered the helicopter as a means of carrying out inspections. This is understandable, as helicopters can inspect large areas in a relatively short period of time – something that is nearly impossible to do on the ground. This is not just economical time-wise, but the inspection itself is much more efficient when carried out from above. From the sky one notices matters one would normally overlook on the ground. For example, discolouration, (oil-) stains on water and land, and observations of areas that cannot be reached by car. Inspection helicopters fly relatively low and at an adjusted speed, so you are sure not to miss a thing.