Oil & Gas
Confined Space Inspection
Using drone, or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for indoor use, moreover in a confined and complex space could sound like a stretch, as most well-known use cases for drones feature wide open spaces that require coverage of large areas such as fields for agriculture or power line inspection.
However, UAVs have a serious advantage over other mobile robotics: their versatility. Their mobility in three dimensions allows to access virtually any place, from any angle, regardless of the shape, material and geometry of the environment.
Storage Tank UT Inspection
Equipped with a UT gauge to measure the thickness of a wall made from metal. The solution can also be used to measure the thickness of boiler tubes, as long as the tubes are made of steel/ aluminum. The drone is also equipped with a sand blasting mechanism which can blast the coating & painting, so there is no need for a deep cleaning prior to the inspection.
Vertical Structure Inspection
Horizontal Structure Inspection
By using robots, drones and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) not only is it far easier to inspect hard to access areas, but it negates the need to ensure a location is safe for a human to approach or enter. A UAV can be used to quickly assess the exterior of piping at height.
Inspection of underdecks is often a complex job. Using a drone, however, brings even more efficiency to the inspection process. This underdeck inspection was completed within just one day, representing a dramatic time and cost-saving. The drone pilot is also able to obtain standoff shots of the underdeck, an angle that would not be obtainable from these alternative inspection techniques.
Pipeline Real Time Surveillance
Gas Leak Detection
ROW Mapping ROW
Topography & Subsurface Mapping for Design & Construction
Digital Twin & As-Built Drawing
Forest Fire Monitoring & Emergency Response
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