Drone Inspection - High Voltage Lines

Drone Inspection - High Voltage Lines

Why is the use of drones on power lines important?

Drone Inspection - High Voltage Lines

We carry out an aerial inspection with a drone in order to detect defects, breaks or anomalies in the structure or components of the High Voltage Lines with the DJI Matrice 300 RTK drone and the DJI Zenmuse H20T (Thermal) camera.

What benefits do unmanned aerial systems bring?

In addition to optimizing costs and risks, remote operations offer excellent image quality and georeferenced monitoring. The volume of data acquisition, processing and representation allows increasing the capacity for decision-making in real time, trajectory prediction or possible causes of accidents, providing greater situational awareness within a theater of operations.

Inspections of power lines and high tension towers were carried out by manned aircraft until very recently. The development of drones has made it easier for inspection tasks to be carried out in a more agile, economical and less risky way for workers. With this objective, a drone can include a wide variety of payloads, such as optical cameras, multispectral cameras, LIDAR systems or sensors for the detection of gases and liquids.

Below, we break down the main reasons that have motivated the incorporation of the UAS and the specific training offer within this professional field:

  • Quick accessibility to areas, large or remote, with different types of measurements and instrumentation.
  • Greater safety against accidents and savings in personnel costs.
  • Optimization of logistics costs and reduction of emissions.
  • Continuous monitoring of network performance and incidents in real time.
  • Contrast of images.
  • High fusion capacity with other emerging technologies (AI, Big Data, Yate) to achieve greater automation, efficiency and data robustness in operations.
  • Organization of production avoiding industrial positions or plant positions.
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