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Businesses encounter a new revolutionary tool for their business. Drones are getting used for a wide variety of jobs. Beyond surveillance, photography or videos, drones are now used to perform daily tasks.
Servicing, inspection, checking inventory can now be done using a drone. Professional sensor technology and high-resolution cameras mounted to a drone can detect even the smallest damage. And above all, with both feet safe and sound on solid ground!
Ford workers use drones to inspect hard to reach high-rise places. A drone equipped with GoPro cameras carry out vital safety maintenance at a plant in London.
Innovative logistical solutions have the future. How can we, as a company, improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our inventory checking process. Drones are the next generation for cost reduction!
A drone in a warehouse can perform automatic inventory checks throughout the facility. The drone identifies the inventory accurately in put away locations, at the frequency of your choosing. Very efficient to be on top of your data collection.
Industrial inspections can be tedious, time-consuming and costly. Part of the plants to be inspected need to be taken out of operation. The consequence: Interruptions due to lengthy downtimes cause high costs and restrict operation.
Quick and uncomplicated inspections can be performed with the help of drones.
Power plants use drones to inspect critical power generation equipment. This includes firing ducts, catalysts, silencers, tube panels, stack dampers, baffles, heat recovery steam generators. Anything a drone can reach, they will inspect!
AT&T leads the way using drones within the telecommunications industry. A lot of exploring and testing how drones could benefit customers. Another very efficient outcome is how they run their network more efficiently and safely. The drones do their cell tower inspections, to maintain the best quality for users their network across the world.
Drones increase workplace safety by reducing the need to climb towers and poles. Smooth maintaince to keep the customers connected at any moment in the day.
Boeing’s new Collaborative Autonomous Systems Laboratory is developing autonomous air, land and sea vehicles. They work more effectively as a unit or team, communicating with one another. Boeing guides and tracks the movement of the drones using cameras connected to a motion capture system.
Compared to conventional methods i.e. using helicopters, industrial climbers and rope access technology, scaffolding, cranes, etc. the use of drones is much more time-efficient. Accomplishing tasks using drones is thus more cost-efficient and faster. The shorter duration of the inspection also means that downtimes are considerably shorter.