Together with ITB GmbH in Dresden, FlyNex performed a real estate survey in January. The ITB GmbH is a specialist for project development and building management. It is responsible for various real estate and properties in Dresden, which will be inspected with drones in the future.
Instead of using blue light through the traffic, over the roofs of the city: Medifly-Hamburg tested tissue transports between two hospitals in a metropolis for the first time.
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.
Surveying with drones is much more efficient than conventional ground surveying. In an interview with Frank Lochau, we look at the current market situation and he gives us an insight into one of his latest drone surveying assignments.
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Checklists serve to execute sequences of actions in a controlled manner. A large number of actions are ordered in this way and can be executed in a controlled manner. This does not minimize the risk of forgetting something in the [ ... ]
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 [ ... ]
Corporate strategies regarding drones Drones: Better do it yourself or have it done by someone? Over the past two years, we have seen numerous companies working with unmanned aerial vehicles and also with the intention of integrating them into their workflow efficiently.