UAV service provider, Aerodyne, has surpassed 200,000 power, telecoms, renewables and infrastructure assets inspected by drone.
Aerodyne has developed artificial intelligence which enables them to carry out the inspection, analysis and reporting of infrastructure assets.
Aerodyne flight crews, known as AeroRangers, logged in excess of 185,000 man hours and covered over 38,000km as they captured visual, thermal and multispectral data from power transmission and distribution lines, telecoms infrastructure and wind turbines.
The volume of data generated was then processed by a combination of engineers and advanced AI software, before being reported to clients through Vertikaliti, a cloud-based reporting platform developed and hosted by Aerodyne.
Every asset inspected is available to view online with detailed prescriptive reports and geo-referenced visual data, giving clients have the ability to sort and compare assets, predict failure rates, generate work orders and optimise planned maintenance routines.
CEO of Aerodyne Group, Mr Kamarul, said: “I am immensely proud of the hard work, dedication and willingness to innovate that our teams have demonstrated over the last year.”
He added: “We are now truly delivering solutions at enterprise level – our relentless drive to achieve greater efficiencies through the use of AI has enabled us to scale up and meet the requirements of a growing number of industries.”