We employ unmanned aerial vehicles in aerial inspection. The high-resolution image is transmitted to the team on the ground without any delay; then it may be streamed to other sites. During the flight the sensor setup and position and the drone flight parameters may be adjusted as per the client's requirements, which makes the inspection highly operative and fast. This method is used where a direct inspection by a person is unnecessarily costly, hazardous or impossible.
For inspection flights, we use several types of unmanned drones with different size and flight parameters. Combined with a wide selection of optical sensors and measuring devices, it allows us to choose the optimal technical equipment for each type of inspection. We also perform the integration of nonstandard measuring devices delivered by the customer.
The inspection is not finished when the flight is over - what is crucial is the processing of the raw data into a form of usable results. The camera collects a full range of data which provide a number of possibilities during the subsequent analysis of images. We can also use photogrammetric methods to process the thermograph into the form of an orthophotomap or a 3D model.
Another advantage of our solution is the processing of collected data and a possibility for our clients to view and inspect them using our SkyView online user interface. After logging in, clients can view the inspection results from anywhere using their devices, without having to download the entire data package. No specialized software is needed to perform the basic analysis. The browser interactively shows individual spectral components and index maps and allows measuring of lengths and areas, including GPS localization.
Visualization can be moved interactively and scaled using the buttons. At the top right is the measurement tool.
DJI M600 when inspecting wind turbine rotor blades.
The DJI Inspire1 X5R can also be used in the interior thanks to smaller dimensions - here is the inspection of the production line components.
The DJI M600 is complemented by triple redundancy of the sensors in the HV control.