Flyability partners with mechanical engineers to help enforce industry measures


Flyability has joined engineer society, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ (ASME) Special Working Group (SWG) to work on a UAV inspection project.

The company will contribute its “extensive experience” in using drones to perform inspections in indoor, hazardous and confined spaces.

Flybaility will actively involve its engineers, pilots, account managers, and partners to provide the committee with deep and field-acquired insights on the safe deployment and operations of drones in many different environments.

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Due to the increasing demand for UAV inspections, ASME aims to create a standard for safe and reliable operations.

According to ASME, the goal of the SWG is to develop, review and maintain guidelines, standards for requirements and methods for industrial plant using safe and reliably operating UAS/UAVs.

Alexandre Meldem, project manager at Flyability, said: “We are thrilled to be contributing to this important project. The Special Working Group highlights the value of using robots to perform quicker, safer, and more cost efficient inspections.

“Through this commitment, Flyability strives to help shape the future of UAV inspections by sharing best practices learned through extensive experience in the field, to ensure that they will be done safely and reliably, all while being accessible to those who need to perform them the most, inspectors.”

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