Drones are increasingly used to supplement helicopters and climbers for network inspection. In the process, overhead line masts are flown over by drone to, for example, detect insulators' damage and check the mast for stability. But what happens afterward with the drone recordings, and how can drone data be used for more efficient inspection processes?
How can the energy transition be mastered properly? And what role does the use of drones play in this task? FlyNex supports the digitization of processes to meet the increasing need for inspection in the future.
How to ensure the maintenance of more than 74,000 kilometers even if energy demand increases in the future? Energy supplier enviaM relies on drones for digitized network inspection and trains drone pilots.
In September, FlyNex successfully completed a drone inspection of more than 25 km of power lines and approximately 100 power masts together with Globe UAV and the electricity operator ED Netze.
With FlyNex and KSI Data Sciences, video frames or measurement data from drones can be streamed in real-time. Regardless of location or device. This empowers teams to perform entire remote inspections simultaneously.
This year, the European Drone Forum of UAV DACH invites mainly digitally to the topic "From Vision to Reality - next Level of UAS Operations". FlyNex will be there!
Remote maintenance is a word that we have come across more and more often recently. We explain what this trend is about.
FlyNex and MITNETZ STROM inspected 70 power poles over a distance of 20 kilometers fully automated, with the help of artificial intelligence and a drone.
At the end of October, FlyNex attended the 8th East German Energy Forum. The main topic of this year's forum was "Ways of a (sustainable) transformation of the German energy system - How East German economy and industry shape a successful energy turnaround."
The extraordinarily dry summer of 2019 is almost over, autumn is coming to Germany. So are heavy rain and storms that endanger power lines all over the country. Drones can help to detect the damage.