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?
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