Sensor are launching a new branch to the company called Sensor Ai. This innovative new strategy will allow surveying and surveillance to hit new levels, using the latest technology and our many years of knowledge in the field. Sensor Ai includes two new projects listed below:


Drone Footage

Sensor iNSite Survey

Sensor are using the latest drone technology to allow previously impossible areas to be seen. We are using high quality cameras and thermal imaging cameras to be able to detect leaks and issues in construction, water networks, solar energy and many more.

Drone work allows for larger areas to be scanned in much quicker time. It also allows for detection in areas that were previously impossible or dangerous to reach.

Thermal imaging can be used on solar panels to detect an faults in the panels. Through this drone work we can ensure all panels are working efficiently and you aren't losing energy through faulty panels.


Drone Water Tank

Sensor iNSite Surveillance

Sensor are now providing a security surveillance system which includes body cameras for security guards, as well as a high definition CCTV system, allowing complete control over the site. Through our variety of surveillance products Sensor can tailor packages to meet your demands.

The benefits for this technology are:

First person view of security footage

Remote imaging for long distance work

High quality security footage

Adjustable coverage of a site

Coverage of a large area

Flexibility to meet security needs


Sensor Cam

To enquire about any of these technologies simply email office@sensor.uk.com or call us on 01253 794400

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