UAS SOLUTIONS BY EXODRONICS: INFRASTRUCTURE MONITORING
The need to monitor an infrastructure and its area of influence systematically in order to get detailed information in a short space of time is a strategic activity these days, either for public institutions or the companies that run them.
The use of fixed-wing drones (UAS) enables the cost-effective and speedy tackling of many surveillance tasks which are currently carried out by other means. This also allows the incorporation of new tasks which were not previously covered and the inclusion of the data obtained into the companies’ IT systems. UAS services both substitute and complement other technologies (ground-based inspection, helicopter flight, satellite images). The UAS solution by Exodronics provides a geo-information value chain consisting of equipment with a long flight endurance, long range communication systems and the application of mapping procedures, remote sensing and artificial intelligence.
USING THE FIXED-WING EXO | C2L:
6 REASONS WHY
One of the characteristics of infrastructure networks is their sheer length (tens or hundreds of km). Monitoring them requires the use of UAS with a long flight range. Our fixed-wing UAS, the EXO C2-L allows the successful completion of these demands:
1 Because it’s FULLY LEGAL
2 Because of its ENDURANCE
3 Because of its AUTONOMY
4 Because of its MULTI-TASKING capability
5 Because it’s EASY TO OPERATE
6 Because of its PRODUCTIVITY
IMPROVING MANAGEMENT OF THE NETWORK:
Tools to optimise preventative and corrective maintenance, construction and supervision.
IMPROVEMENTS IN SAFETY:
Early detection of dangers and minimisation of human intervention.
IMPROVEMENTS IN PRODUCTIVITY:
BVLOS flights along extensive stretches. Improvement in capabilities compared to traditional methods.
- Management and control of infrastructures.
- Inspection of assets / early detection of changes and fires.
- Monitoring of the implementation of projects.
- Infrastructure mapping and updating.
- Emergencies: network and facilities monitoring.
- Monitoring of geological risks in sensitive sectors of the network.
- Vegetation encroachment.