All industrial and civil sites with inaccessible areas are viewed by trained inspectors
Used for detecting structural moisture intrusion, envelope efficiency and excessive hear / cold.
Drone Based Methane Leak Detection
Precise pinpoint location and historical referencing of methane concentrations out of acceptable standards.
Civil and commercial structural evaluation
Visual Imaging of industrial materials, atmospheric degradation from heat, moisture, chemicals, and other environmental hazards in compromised surroundings.
Multi spectral technology is used to detect cellular respiration levels, estimate crop yields, optimize irrigation systems and fertilizer usage.
All our inspection reports are generated and delivered on our proprietary software platform called SeraPoint.
SeraPoint is a visual, geo-referenced, highly collaborative, 3-dimensional scale rendered modeling platform initiated by advanced, automated drone flights. SeraPoint provides design, measurement, reporting and collaborative functions in a scale-rendered, geo-referenced, virtual environment.
Our patented “geobrowser” makes SeraPoint the first platform capable of using advanced, automated drone flights to bring any property to your fingertips in scale renderings accurate to within 1 centimeter.
Our clients can invite an unlimited quantity of users to their secure, private portal for customers, prospective customers, vendors, contractors, investors, or co-workers. SeraPoint is also used to create As-Built drawings through advanced automated drone flight programming.
Say goodbye to organizing thousands of individual photos and videos. Our survey-grade rendering technology stiches high resolution imagery into a 3-dimensional model where you can zoom and pan any site, at any angle, at any time.
SeraPoint captures your site more accurately and comprehensively than is possible with the naked eye. The site is then displayed in multiple layers which can be manipulated in numerous ways depending on the type of result needed to execute different tasks. In essence the project is viewed in a multi-dimensional facet giving interested parties access to information previously unavailable.
Grant Hall is Managing Director of Halkin Aerial Services with focus on coordination of division heads, business development, and strategic planning. In his current role, Grant negotiates 3rd party technology transfer, sets direction for internal technology improvement / expansion, participates in business development activities and market segment expansion, and oversees day-to-day business operations. His areas of expertise are facilities / building Analysis, critical and utility infrastructure inspection, energy savings project assessment / development, and project finance engineering.
Grant has worked in the energy project development sector for 20 years, where he has participated and led private and public capital raises for over $80 million in projects. While living in Washington DC, he was partner in a clean energy project development firm that spearheaded and developed a self-performing energy savings performance contract for the Washington DC Housing Authority with over $26 million in retrofit projects.
Grant was initially introduced to the Non-Destructive Testing and inspection industry when his family founded Halkin International in the early 80’s. As Director of Business Development, he developed and worked on complex inspection projects around the world, primarily on resource mining and petroleum refining operations.Grant attended the George Washington University with a focus on finance and international business. He also attended the Unversidad de Nebrisensis in Madrid, Spain. In his spare time, he loves to be with his family, including 2 daughters and a son.
Ryan Hall is Director of UAS Operations, managing all field and reporting protocols.He oversees all permitting, licensing and certifying procedures. He have Executed tactile methods to develop and build next generations UAS fleets and data collection vehicles for inspection and thermographic imaging.His certifications include Thermographic imaging, Coatings and Corrosion Inspector and Visual NDT.
Ryan is a licensed FAA part 107 pilot and has extensive flight experience. He attended the school of Business Administration at Marquette University and has been working in Industrial NDT industry for 25 years.
His inspection and certification services partnered with his Level II thermography certification rendered to multiple Oil and Gas refining corporations and Transcontinental pipeline corporations provides a solid foundation for his ability to provide extremely detailed integrity analysis of multiple industrial asset classes.
His detailed knowledge of IR imagery give him the ability to accurately analyze the entire exterior of buildings and other structures for perforated seal leakage and moisture retention.
James is CTO (Chief Technical Officer) of Halkin.Inc.James has more than 18 years experience in GIS, Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, and CAD, to name a few.This includes collecting, analyzing, and interpreting geographic information provided by geodetic surveys aerial photographs and satellite data.
James is experienced in all phases of digital mapping, including, but not limited to, Digital Terrain Modeling (DTM) and Digital Elevation Model (DEM) collection, digital cross-sectioning for highway design and materials inventory, and digital planimetric and topographic data collection for GIS/LIS mapping applications.
James has worked for MOMRA (KSA), HANSA LUFITBUILD (GERMAN) AIR SURVEY, Unnamed Florida, USA, and AUAV, an Australia based drone company. As CTO of Halkin, James leads software development efforts of SeraPoint CUM 3D tiles from Drone Imagery. He also monitors SeraPoint’s Servers and coordinates server and transactional security. amendments. James has advanced diplomas in Draftman, Geography and Microstation.
James Lives with his 2 sons and 2 daughters and loving wife.
Mr David Hall has been an expert and an early adapter of both non-destructive Inspection protocols and drone based inspection technology in industrial and oil and gas sectors for over 40 years. He was the original founder of Halkin International in 1982, and has continued to be a mentor and pervasive influence for companies everywhere combining the strict regulatory requirements for certified inspection with new age drone flight and data technologies.
Alan’s family owned a cow-calf to finish cattle operation in western Nebraska, which was partial to performing sustainable farming practices to assure the most profitable oriented operation. He later Judged Livestock on the National Collegiate level where he completed his degree in Agriculture Education from the University of Wyoming. Alan continued his education at the University of Wyoming and received his MA in Curriculum and Instruction after designing and testing virtual reality websites for agricultural mechanics students to learn from. Throughout his college experience, Alan was able to secure multiple employment opportunities in the agriculture industry.
He continues to write agriculture curriculum for schools on the Local, State and National level assuring the most prevalent resources and curricula are available to students, and teachers alike. Alan was awarded the Nebraska Environmental Educator of the year in 2011 due to his precise orientation to details and sustainability. Today, Alan still strives to maintain a proactive approach to advising agriculturists in profit oriented, sustainable manner.
Attorney Brett Buchheit received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Connecticut in 1997. Due to his scholastic achievements, Mr. Buchheit was inducted into the Golden Key National Honor Society.
Mr. Buchheit joined the U.S. Peace Corps in 1998. While stationed in Morocco, Mr. Buchheit oversaw a large-scale reforestation and sustainable agriculture project. After he returned to the United States, Mr. Buchheit embarked on a solo cycling trip from Connecticut to California. In 2003, Mr. Buchheit began attending law school in Virginia. While pursuing his law degree, Mr. Buchheit served as an editor of the Natural Resources Law Journal. He also received several scholastic and community service awards.
Mr. Buchheit was accepted into Tulane University’s prestigious Energy & Environmental Law LLM program in 2007, while at Tulane, Mr. Buchheit wrote numerous law review articles which were published both nationally and internationally. In 2008, Mr. Buchheit became licensed to practice law in Colorado. He opened his own law firm in 2010. His practice areas involve complex civil litigation, businesses formation, and counseling technology-based companies.In his free time.
Mr. Buchheit enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, fly-fishing, volunteering, and cycling.