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With various industries adopting new technology, future facade inspections could be done with drones. Drones can potentially detect surface defects on wall cladding more easily and more quickly.
Although there are currently no regulations stipulating mandatory building inspections, it has been widely speculated that new regulations may be in place in 2019 due to the recent spate of cladding-related incidents. The findings of any defect from the drones will still have to be certified by a professional engineer and thereafter rectified by wall cladding specialists like Lee Wall Cladding & Roofing Pte Ltd.
However, as it is still in the initial stage of testing, the system can currently detect defects on concrete surfaces. It could also be some time before it is widely adopted by building managers.
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