ENERGY

PV industry

Drone with

thermal imaging

camera has performance superiority in the inspection of photovoltaic panels on rooftop and in maintenance of large photovoltaic power plants. Using thermal imaging camera, scanning of photovoltaic panel can be done quickly and any temperature anomalies can be detected. Based on the temperature anomalies results, failure in any photovoltaic panels can be identified, and repairs can be arranged promptly to ensure the power station still operates in optimal condition. Using professional drone, comprehensive coverage can be achieved in a short period of time.

Wind power station

Traditionally, wind turbine inspection is complicated and challenging. Generator needs to be stop before inspection can take place. Using drone for wind turbine inspection can vastly speed up the process, making it both easier and safer for repair and maintenance to take place.

Equipped with obstacle avoidance function, drone can easily manoeuvre and produce high-resolution imagery of areas that personnel may not otherwise be able to reach, aiding in the diagnose and discovery of problems, and cutting down on potentially unnecessary inspections.

Oil and gas equipment testing

Safety and efficiency are the two main requirements for a modern energy facility inspection and maintenance system. Using drone, the number of inspections on large scale facilities per month can be increased, without shutting down operations and affecting production. Equipped with a combination of thermal imaging, photo, and video cameras, as well as gas sniffers and other sensors, a variety of inspection roles can be performed and almost all potential defects and hazards along the oil and gas infrastructure can be discovered before deploying teams to analyse and rectified the problems.

Power line inspection

Transmission lines and Iron towers constituted most of the modern power grids. Transmission lines span across thousands of kilometres and are staggered. Traditionally forms of power line inspection using helicopters is expensive and inaccurate. Drones have unlimited mobility and can perform measurement at various angles from close-up, providing high resolution images to engineers with real-time data, and post-inspection analysis.