However, some confined spaces might seem safe to work in, these spaces could hold dangerous risks. Many traditional inspection methods for confined spaces expose the surveyors to major risks. These hazards are subjective to poor visibility and communication. A confined space has a restricted entrance, preventing access.
Working in these types of conditions will also restrict the surveyor’s movements and effortlessness of handling the equipment. Confined space assessments require more investments in comparison with open spaces, including special abilities, work processes, equipment, and safety measures. Each one of these ends up adding to the expense of the inspection.
It isn’t entirely possible to replace all conventional confined space inspections with drones. Confined Space stockpile measurement presents a unique and dangerous challenge, At Usnatek we leverage drone and lidar technologies to provide a precise measurement. We find what’s hidden and account for it.