As an industry-standard, building surfaces must be free from solar radiation for a minimum of 2 hours prior to the start of a thermographic survey – longer if the building consists of a heavyweight fabric. This is in order to allow for the effect of external heat gain in the wall to dissipate. For this reason, surveys can be expected to start around midnight during summer and early evening during winter.
The UAV Night Operations workshop session elaborates on this requirement, defining best-practice for UAV pilots intending to capture thermal images during night operations. The workshop covers topics including work-flow, documentation, relevant ISO standards and emergency procedures.
The APS (“Aerial Payload Specialist”) Infrared Certificate has been designed to provide highly professional theoretical and practical infrared drone training for users intending to view or capture aerial thermal images.PRODUCT DETAIL