vHive has released its fully automated workflow for cell tower inspection using drones to also support guy wire towers.
The company, based in Israel, is a developer of cloud-based software which enables companies to deploy autonomous drone hives to digitalise operations and assets.
As well as cell tower inspection, the company provides solutions to companies in a variety of other industries including telecom, rail and civil engineering.
Tomer Daniel, vHive CTO, said: “Millions of cell towers worldwide require ongoing inspection and surveying as part of their ongoing operations and vHive’s solution has already enabled telecom companies to perform thousands of autonomous tower surveys.
He added: “vHive now addresses the complexities of autonomously surveying guy towers. Our ability to intelligently orchestrate one or many drones to acquire data on complex structures such as cell towers, bridges and cranes has enabled us to provide ground breaking solutions to unmet industry needs.”
Company CEO, Yariv Geller, said: “vHive enables enterprises to scale their drone operations, vHive’s solution uniquely empowers field technicians to fly autonomous, off-the-shelf drones, generating data in a fraction of the time and cost required by human operators. vHive enables true enterprise scale while enhancing employee safety.”
vHive’s solution will be demonstrated at TowerXchange Asia in Singapore between December 4 and 5.