No to fossil fuels, yes to renewable energy: Germany wants the energy revolution. However, realizing it won't be easy. This is how drones can help.
PV systems are low maintenance, but they must still be checked regularly for damage and contamination in order to work efficiently and with the highest possible yield. In this article, we would like to show how drones can be used in the maintenance of photovoltaic systems.
Our event on May 23rd, 2019 in our headquarters in Leipzig was a complete success. Exciting lectures, interesting conversations and inspiring talks between all industry and economy participants on the topic drones in the energy sector.
Solar systems and photovoltaic systems are becoming increasingly important due to the current energy revolution taking place. In order for the systems to generate electricity and heat reliably for companies and private households, they must always be in perfect condition. [ ... ]
In July we pointed out in our blog the advantages of using drones to inspect power poles. In this article, we would like to take a closer look at the topic and examine individual aspects. The enormous number of over 350,000 power poles in Germany [ ... ]
Particularly in rural areas, overhead line pylons, as power pylons are actually correctly called, are a formative image alongside wind turbines. In Germany, they reach heights of up to 227 m. The inspection of power pylons is a labor-intensive and [ ... ]
There are a number of myths related to mobile masts and the flying of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones). Again and again, there are stories that the deployed multicopters / drones get out of control and either crash or remain on the roof [ ... ]