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Today, drone inspections have become a common practice in almost every industry. Whatever it is
By planning the maintenance process of the power overhead line or assessing property damage, such as the roof, our drones help our customers easily collect basic data while minimizing potential job risks.

Drone inspection usually consists of three key elements:

  1. Mission design , consultation with the customer. The drone pilot and the inspecting operator will work with the customer to design the appropriate flight path and the types of sensors used.

  2. Data collection . The drone will perform a basic data flight mission v automatic or piloted mode.

  3. Analysis and performance . After the end of flight operations, data analysis is performed and on the basis of it, corrective measures or service intervention is performed.

Top results require state-of-the-art technology and training

Our pilots and operators have been trained for a long time and have skills in drone control, aerial image processing for 3D modeling and skills associated with the interpretation of visual and thermal analysis data.

A key pillar of our skills is the technology used to collect primary data. DJI Matrix 300 RTK with a flight time of up to 55 minutes, IP45 resistance, six-way obstacle detection and currently the most impressive industrial platform available on the market. This device is perfectly assisted by a hybrid sensor, which offers a camera with 23x optical magnification, a 20 MPix wide-angle camera, a laser rangefinder with a range of up to 1,200 meters and a radiometric thermal imager.

For routine data collection missions, such as power line inspections, oil rigs or railways, the combination of our pilots and operators is incredibly powerful with this state-of-the-art technology and facilitates drone inspections by reducing financial and personnel requirements. to the customer.

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