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January 5, 2022 11:01 am

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Aerial photography allows you to detect violations that are difficult to see from the ground.

In Moscow, employees of the State Inspectorate for Real Estate are actively using quadcopters to detect illegal buildings and fences. In 2021, the drones spent about 2021 hours in the sky and managed to fly around the city three times.

“Aerial photography makes it possible to assess the situation from the air and record signs of land and property violations that are not always accessible from the ground: inspect roofs and upper floors, high-rise buildings, conduct remote surveys of closed areas in large industrial zones. In 2021, state inspection aircraft flew around Moscow three times, it took about 2021 hours. Of the violations identified, more than half – 51.3 percent – accounted for unmanned aerial vehicles, ”said the head

State Inspectorate for Real Estate Vladislav Ovchinsky

In the fleet of aircraft of the department, there are 25 quadrocopters of a wide range of applications, equipped with high-quality photo and video cameras, some of them are equipped with high-precision laser scanning systems. The drones are operated by specialists from the State Inspectorate for Real Estate – quadcopter pilots.

In 2021, all 146 Moscow districts were surveyed using drones and other innovative technologies, including the use of algorithms and CCTV cameras. Thanks to this, the specialists received an up-to-date picture of all problem points on the territory of the capital and created a roadmap for working with them.

More information about the economic policy and property and land relations of Moscow can be found at website.

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