AITScan | Aerial Infrared Thermography
AITScan FindIR™ Services
Roof Moisture FindIR™
Performing infrared roof moisture surveys while standing on the roof is not the best method because imagery from a walk-on survey is not as useful as aerial imagery. The same laws of physics apply to both aerial IR and on-roof IR.
Steam Leak FindIR™
Checking the boilers and the lines in the steam tunnels are jobs done on the ground, but the distribution and condensate return lines that are direct-buried are best surveyed from the air by our aerial infrared thermography experts.
Stormwater collection systems are engineered to discharge into surface waters to efficiently drain selected areas. All too often these systems convey pollutants from illicit connections, degraded sanitary sewers and other sources.
Counting and identifying a variety of captive animal types have given us high confidence in identifying deer in their normal forest, rural and suburban habitats.
The U.S. Forest Service uses aerial infrared imaging to monitor forest fires. This information can be sent immediately to those in charge of controlling fire lines.
HTHW Leak FindIR™
With high-resolution, plan view aerial imagery, slight nuances of temperature can be seen from far enough away to actually see the pattern of heat and where the problems are.