Inspection with drone of Telecommunications Tower

Inspection with drone of Telecommunications Tower

We explain all the advantages of performing telecommunication tower inspections with drones instead of the usual method

Inspection with drone of Telecommunications Tower

We carry out Drone Inspections of Telecommunications Towers.

Telecom tower inspection with drones offers several advantages compared to other traditional methods. Here we detail some of them:

Reduce the risk to workers: Telecom tower inspection is a dangerous job that requires climbing great heights, which can pose risks to workers. The use of drones eliminates the need for workers to perform this task physically, thus reducing the risk of workplace accidents.

Improved efficiency: Drones are able to cover a large area in a relatively short time, making them an efficient tool for telecom tower inspection. This allows operators to detect problems and perform maintenance tasks more quickly, reducing system downtime.

Improved data quality: The use of high-resolution cameras on drones allows for detailed and accurate images of the condition of telecommunication towers. This makes it possible to detect problems in the towers that might have gone unnoticed with other methods, improving the quality of the data collected.

Reduced costs: Drones are a cheaper option for telecom tower inspection than other traditional methods. This is especially true in cases where the inspection is carried out in hard-to-reach areas, where the costs of climbing and other equipment can be high.

Less interference with tower operations: Drones do not require telecom towers to be taken offline for inspection, reducing service disruption during inspection.

In summary, drone inspection of telecom towers is an efficient and safe option that offers better data quality and reduced costs, as well as reduced risk to workers and less interference with plant operations. Towers.

With the aerial images we obtain from the photogrammetric flight we can detect possible structural or component defects and then analyze them with the software we have.

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