Azisa, a drone inspection agency, has underlined its commitment to delivering the highest quality technology and productivity tools for their clients by enhancing its asset management and reporting capabilities with new software.
The company has begun using Sky-Futures’ Expanse inspection software to overcome some of the key obstacles it was encountering. UK-based Sky-Futures is one of the world’s leading providers of drone-based inspection services.
According to Sky-Futures, one of today’s biggest challenges for infrastructure owners is to have an accurate understanding of the condition of their assets.
A spokesperson for the company said: “Without accurate data, it is very difficult to maximise the value of the assets and optimise resources. Companies are now recognising that a predictive maintenance approach is essential to improve uptime of assets by predicting failure before it actually happens.”
Azisa performs inspections using different kinds of drones. After each inspection, a technical report is generated and then delivered to the clients, all through the Expanse web portal.
With Expanse, Azisa can accurately measure and quantify anomalies and other observations. In a highly visual way, the company can highlight possible defects or damages on their client’s assets as well as predict the progression of identified anomalies.
The tool allows asset owners to achieve significant OPEX savings by gaining efficiency and making smarter decisions informed by a deep understanding of asset condition.