How Drones Actually Work? [Infographic by]

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How do Drones work?

Helping Drone Operators

TRIK have crafted sophisticated software to help drone operators stand out from the competition. While performing the Aerial inspection process,  drone operators take thousands of pictures of a structure in a very rapid time. However, it is very difficult to find out the exact location of these images on the structure. As a result, small teams and self-employed drone operators are losing their valuable time in searching for the exact location of photos, in spite of detailed inspection reports.

Turn Pictures Into Reality

TRIK’s software not only turns photos into 3D models but also creates the links between them. This allows you to use the 3D model to search for files, produce reports or add measurements quickly and easily. By drastically cutting the time used in locating your images you can increase the efficiency of your business, distinguish yourself from the competition and focus on building your brand.

Engineers vs. Drones

Engineers usually don’t have clear records of their assets. Even when they do, it doesn’t mean that anyone can find them. Drones have been replacing humans in data capturing, generating data at a speed that is hard for a human to manage. Hence using Drones for Data Collection, Data Utilization etc. is a smart move. 

Digital Penetration in Site Work

Our automated software digitises a site’s record in 3D. We create a digital twin of your asset using the only photograph and allow users to make comments and measurement from the 3D model. All data is tagged with the location. Easy to store, search and share.


TRIK was established in 2015 by Pae Natwilai, a former oil and gas inspection and maintenance engineer, who was named as one of the rising stars in the Forbes 30 under 30.

The company has since received funding and support from institutions such as Ordnance Survey, InnovateUK, and the Royal Academy of Engineering, as well as entering into a partnership with Department for Transport to digitise rail and infrastructure in the UK.

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About the Author

This article is written by Jamie who works actively at GETTRIK. TRIK (a Drone Mapping and 3D Reporting Software For Structural Inspection) made by GETTRIK is one of the most popular software in the Construction Industry.

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