ENERGY INSPECTION DRONES

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Technology advances in the drone industry have equipped energy companies to utilize drones in gathering crucial information in asset inspections. Features such as autonomous flight modes, sense and avoid technology, and other intelligent features increase safety and reliability while allowing operators to be quick and accurate while performing inspections. High precision GPS technology, in conjunction with Real Time Kinematics systems, providing resistance to electromagnetic interference, enable drones to reliably hover around power lines and pylons. Zoom cameras with up to 30x optical zoom to allow close inspection of minute details while maintaining a safe distance. Dual mount visual and thermal imaging cameras allow operators increased ability to identify and locate faults in real time or capture images or HD video with long-range remote transmission capabilities.

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REAL LIFE APPLICATIONS FOR ENERGY INSPECTION

In the energy sector, it won’t be long before drone inspection of assets has become the industry standard protocol. Drones are being used to monitor solar and wind farms, to conduct powerline and utility tower inspections, and oil and gas pipelines. These inspections are crucial for identifying potential damage or defects and to allow energy companies to develop early-stage solutions, with the result of increased safety and efficiency. Using drones for inspections offers many advantages to traditional methods, including reduced costs, improved safety, time savings, and high-quality data that may not be attainable by any other methods.

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Our experts at DSLRPros are here to assist you with solutions for energy inspection needs. Depending on your best use case, and budget, we can tailor the perfect drone solution for you. Aerial platforms are rapidly becoming vital tools for energy businesses looking to more efficiently collect information crucial to their operations.