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Drones are the aircrafts without human pilots on board. They may be operated either through remote control or autonomously by onboard computerized systems. Given the steady increase in its usage in different industrial applications, drone technology is being rapidly commercialized. One of its emerging applications is wind turbine and blade inspection. Traditionally, these inspections are done by people who climb to a height of about 100 meters to reach the hub of the wind energy generator. In manual inspections, the rope access method is used.There are several methods for turbine inspection, like the cherry picker, service platform, hydraulic crane or rope descent. The problem with these methods is that they involve heavy equipment or climbing, which is time consuming, costly and very dangerous.

Drone wind turbine inspection provides you with an extremely in-depth look at the health of each blade with 3D models, close-up, high quality photos, 4K video and thermal imaging. And we do it at least twice as fast and for 25-50% of the cost of traditional manual inspection. The inspectors take pictures of turbine rotors and blades with a small digital camera to be analyzed later for faults. However, this method is slow (one or two turbines are covered per day) and unsafe. With the use of drone technology, the inspection process can be made faster and safer.

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Turbine Installation

  • IDENTIFICATION AND SURVEYING OF WIND FARM SITE CAPACITY

  • MONITORING OF LARGE COMPONENTS LOGISTICS

  • LIVE VIDEO STREAMING OF TURBINE INSTALLATION

  • INSPECTIONS FOR POST INSTALLATION

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Turbine Structural Inspection

  • TURBINE VISUAL INSPECTIONS

  • STRESS ANALYSIS OF TURBINE

  • INSPECTION OF INDIVIDUAL COMPONENT

  • HEALTH ANALYSIS OF TURBINES

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Wind FARM Farm Management

  • PERIODIC PERIMETER INSPECTION OF WIND FARM

  • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT INSPECTIONS

  • VEGETATION GROWTH MONITORING

  • ASSET MANAGEMENT AND ROUTE SURVEYING