We detect the most warmest spot
Thermal imaging and the use of thermal cameras can be used to detect heat emissions on house roofs or long-distance heating pipes. The evaluation of the data allows conclusions to be made about the surface temperature of the detected objects - any energy loss can thus be identified directly. This is particularly interesting in the context of climate change mitigation and reduction of energy consumption.
3D aerial thermography images are largely controlled and corrected automatically and combined with statistical data. This generates 3D models of all buildings in the project area in real time. The building models can be used individually as an as-is survey, to quantify renovation potentials and for heat consumption forecasts, or in combination as an energy consumption map and heat cadastre of entire urban, municipal or energy supply areas.