Drone Survey

Why Use Drones to Survey?

A drone survey will give you detailed information about landscapes, buildings, and construction sites. Aerial surveys enable a wide range of view, while also providing close inspection of land or buildings. High-definition photos and videos help to provide accurate images for any survey needs. If you would like to know more about our services, you can contact us by email at info@lensmen.ie, give us a call at +353 087 986 8226 or +353 087 258 4388, or you can contact us by clicking the button below and filling out the form. We are looking forward to hearing from you!

Aerial drone progress picture of construction site workers and crane

How Can a Drone Survey Help You?


Drones are beneficial in the construction field as they can cover large quantities of the ground more efficiently and safely than people. Searching and surveying acreage is now made easier with the aid of a flying camera. Make your projects more efficient by using drones for surveying and monitoring your site.


Inspections need to be carried out regularly on railway tracks for safety. This has led to a huge demand in the railway industry for surveys. Drones have the advantage of being able to cover areas that are busy or unreachable by humans. Larger areas can be covered and accurate results are received right away.


Drone photography can help survey an entire property, or specific parts of a property. Roof surveys are a great way to give a potential buyer additional information on property they are interested in. Using a drone to highlight the condition and quality of a roof can quickly give a buyer peace of mind.


Drones are also being used to track environmental changes like soil erosion, coastal changes, and floodplains and also keep track of wildlife. By mapping and measuring changes, communities are better able to prepare for, and in some situations prevent, environmental issues. 


Drones are able to survey historic monuments for planning and preservation without causing any harm to the site. Heritage councils, archaeologists and other professionals can use new drone technologies such as thermal imaging to help with monitoring conditions at monument sites. 

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