Asset Inspection

Our drones carry high-resolution, zoom lenses allowing us to record images and video of assets from safe distances.

Using drones to perform remote asset inspections eliminates hazards associated with working at heights or confined space such as: cranes, ladders, elevated work platforms, scaffolding, positive isolation's and toxic atmospheres.

AMG has performed drone inspections on roofs, bridges, tanks, vessels, pipe racks, jetties and flare stacks (just to name a few).

Ask yourself how a drone can:

  • Eliminate a high risk activity in your workplace.

  • Make your workplace safer.

  • Achieve results cheaper and faster than current methods.

AMG Videography
Live Streaming Asset Inspections

For years, we’ve used drones for Aerial Asset Inspections, but in 2020 COVID travel restrictions forced AMG to think outside the box.


Instead of engineers travelling to the asset or receiving collected media after the asset inspection, we decided to bring the asset to them. In the last couple of years, we have LIVE STREAMED flight footage to clients at their offices in other cities, other states, even other countries.


They talk to the pilot and direct the flight, we record the media and upload.


This innovation has allowed for statutory and non-statutory inspections to align with schedules throughout this pandemic, saving clients a tonne of money in the process. We’ve live-streamed inspections of loading arms, flare stacks, jetty/wharf structures, environmental and regulatory audits, stockpiles and ponds.


We can even live stream footage from our confined space inspection drone.


Contact us today if this innovation can assist your business.

Confined Space
Ball Drone

AMG has developed our own custom ball drone allowing us to fly inside confined spaces or hard to access areas to record footage for inspection purposes.

This drone can be flown inside steel or concrete structures such as vessels, conveyor chutes or exhaust stacks. It can also be flown outside in tight and hard to reach areas such as pipe racks or bridge supports. It not only records high-resolution footage but can also live stream the footage for viewing elsewhere. 

The LED illumination system allows it to fly in complete darkness.  

Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging is a high tech service that uses an integrated radiometric Flir thermal sensor to view longwave infrared unseen to the human eye.

These services let us pinpoint areas of thermal anomaly in infrastructure or machinery. Common uses for thermal imaging are building and rooftop inspections, substation and electrical infrastructure, solar panel surveys, search and rescue, bush fire hot spots etc.

Data Management -
Client Delivery

Aerial Asset Inspections can capture thousands of photos per day.

Once captured, managing and delivering these photos to the client is our priority.

Photos and videos are uploaded to cloud based software which organises photos using EXIF data for fast and easy viewing and reporting.


With 20 years industry experience, we’re well accustomed to site inductions, risk assessments and nondisclosure agreements for client protection.

Our work vehicle is designed to minimise set up time, maximising efficiency in the field. We can safely transport our equipment to remote locations if required.

Damage or Insurance Inspections

AMG is registered to provide emergency Remotely Piloted Aircraft System support for Queensland Fire and Emergency Services if required

Aerial Media Gladstone can quickly mobilise to offer timely damage or insurance inspections after incidents, accidents or severe weather events.


We can provide insurance companies expedited, detailed coverage of damage sustained to buildings, utilities, roads, bridges or any other asset.


2D and 3D mapping is extremely accessible and cost effective for domestic properties, construction sites or large quarries or mine sites.

High resolution maps can be generated within hours providing you with far greater detail than readily available online maps.

This service can include site elevation, crop health and volumetric stockpile calculations.