DroneSurv (LMCL) have just taken delivery of their 3rd unmanned aerial system (UAS or 'Drone'). This time it's a quad-copter Matrice from Intelligent UAS in the United States. It features a FLIR (infra red thermal) camera on an independent 360° gimbal to the 360° gimbal that the optical camera is mounted on. The Matrice also features ultrasonic anti collision sensors (parking sensors) and will make this an invaluable tool for both close confinement intersections and thermal surveys. This was purchased and immediately went to the far-east with Adrian Charters and Matt Riley to undertake a specific type of environmental mapping. If we gain permission from the international law firm that contracted us, we will present our findings at a later date.