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Considering a Multispectral Analysis?

09/06/2021

Studio Victoria

3 minutes

Since exploring the benefits of implementing Multispectral Analysis into multiple industries, we will now look into what you should consider when choosing a company to inspect your land and assets by answering the following question: What do you need to consider when getting a Multispectral Analysis for your business? Keep reading to find how you can help you to #ONEUPYOURBUSINESS!

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO CONSIDER WHEN GETTING A MULTISPECTRAL ANALYSIS FOR YOUR BUSINESS?

With its ability to capture several electromagnetic spectra (like ultraviolet and infrared), beyond what the human eye can see, a Multispectral analysis will save you money, reduce risks, increase your safety and improve your productivity.

In our previous article, Multispectral Analysis, we highlighted how it's a great way to retrieve information of land and assets to give you all the information you could need. Some examples are: determining the growth rate of an oak tree to prevent interference with powerlines or identifying any pests on your crops. Now, we look into what you need to consider when hiring a company to perform a Multispectral Analysis:

1. WHAT EQUIPMENT THE COMPANY USES

You don't have to be an expert yourself in technology, although it can be helpful to understand how a company conducts the inspections and what software and equipment they use. Knowing this information can help you determine if the results can be formatted to your specifications, giving an efficient workflow; nothing would be worse than paying for something you can even view. Also, doing a little research into the company's equipment can help you determine if the company is using industry-specific tools so you'll be getting the best possible high-quality results.

2. IF YOU CAN GET A FREE QUOTE

Quotes should be free as standard, and we advise getting a quote beforehand as then you'll know what to expect if the company can do what you are asking and allocate a price. Contacting the company for a quote is also a good chance for you to gauge the company to see if they know what they are talking about and be able to answer all the questions you may have

3. EXPLAINING IF THERE ARE ANY CHALLENGES OR RISKS

When obtaining a quote or hiring a company, it is good to be as transparent as possible and explain what you want to do and if any risks are involved. For instance, is the land you wish to have a Multispectral Analysis for hard to reach? Are there any obstructions? Understanding the risks and challenges will help the company know what to expect before getting an inspection and creating a risk assessment. It will also ensure that the company can safely perform the inspection and has the appropriate equipment. For instance, drones are an effective and cost-saving piece of cutting-edge equipment that prevents putting workers in dangerous situations. UAVs can quickly get up close and operate at different angles in different weather conditions, providing you with all the information that you need.

4. HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE TO COLLECT THE INFORMATION

How long it takes to collect information will depend on how much distance you want covering and what method the company uses. For example, if you are looking for quickness and efficiency, hiring a company that conducts a Multispectral Analysis with drones will be valuable to you. Fixed-wing and multi-rotor drones will deliver accurate results fast, covering more ground in less time than traditional surveying methods.

5. IF THE COMPANY IS LEGITIMATE

The last thing anyone wants is to discover they've been victims of a scam. Hence, it is crucial to do your due diligence and research if the company is a registered business and has the relevant qualifications and permissions to perform a Multispectral Analysis. For example, if you are hiring a drone company, they should prove that they can do commercial operations. It is also worth considering that the business has a Public Liability coverage of no less than £5million. Additionally, make sure that you get everything written in writing and read over the contract thoroughly to understand what you will be receiving payment methods and if you are covered with a warranty if anything goes wrong.

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