Cyberhawk awarded the ISO14001 Environmental Award

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Cyberhawk awarded the ISO14001 Environmental Award

06 Jul 2017

Cyberhawk was awarded the ISO14001 certification during May this year via DNV.

ISO 14001 is the most recognized international standard for environmental management systems. It is used worldwide and can be applied to the complete range of business sectors, scopes, and activities. It is a truly universal standard, which is one of its great benefits. It provides a framework through which an organisation can deliver environmental performance improvement in line with its environmental policy commitments.

Cyberhawk is committed operating in a sustainable manner and therefore committed to reducing our environmental impact and continually improving our environmental performance needs as an integral and fundamental part of our business strategy and operating methods. It is our priority to encourage our customers, suppliers and all business associates to do the same.

Cyberhawk was asked to provide 360 degree aerial spherical images and video footage of a blue flag beach in Kent that had been severely polluted. The deliverables we produced were used by our client to fix the damage caused by the pollution!

Cyberhawk was requested to complete a number of aerial panoramic images of a planned cable route in the Scottish highlands. The purpose of the job was to provide imagery to assist the client’s ecologist with planning the cable route  in order to bypass an area Ospreys use to fly from their nest to the water during the mating season. Our UAVs were able to capture excellent data of the point of view from the nest to the water and helped mitigate any threats to the Osprey nests.

Ian, our survey pilot, looking pleased with himself after finding a young rabbit stuck in the coal stocks at a thermal power station, he kindly decided to rescue it and bring it back to health!

Cyberhawk worked quickly and effectively when a client mentioned that there were sightings of rare birds including a Slovenian Grebes and a Black Throated Diver at a site in the Scottish Highlands. Cyberhawk had a team carrying out tower inspection near the area, whilst our operations team in the office were able to quickly relay the message to the field team who changed their work schedule to bypass the area in order to avoid any disturbance to these birds.

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