Airpelago Power Inspection Service
Airpelago provides utility companies a safer, greener, and more efficient way to monitor the condition of their infrastructure. We excel in drones, software development, and flight regulations, and we use this knowledge to develop processes for state-of-the-art inspections of power lines and other linear infrastructure.
We work with both utility companies (DSOs & TSOs) and with service-providing companies. To utility companies, we provide various types of end-to-end inspections. To service companies, we provide our streamlined support software – Airpelago Power – for helping them excel with their inspections. We also provide training, workshops, and know-how around inspection of power lines using drones.
Our inspections are
Types of inspection
Our main focus is the inspection of distribution lines but our inspection service covers power line types. With our standardized approach, we develop inspection algoritms that fit your needs.
Regardless of the power line type, we offer the following types of inspections:
Find issues fast
Find granular issues
Balance efficiency and quality
3D-map assets and vegetation
The Power of Automation
The secret behind our unprecedented efficiency and repeatable, predictable inspection quality is our proprietary software – Airpelago Power.
The software automates and standardizes planning, flight and gathering of images into a streamlined workflow that can be adapted to each customer's needs, local flight regulations, and the type of inspection.
The pre-defined inspection algoritms are based on experience, customer feedback and industry standards. Each inspection project is unique so parameters can easily be adjusted.
For service providers, Airpelago Power helps in building and standardizing inspection programs, assure quality and increase efficiency two to five times, compared to manual operations. It also enables consistent and predictable image quality, every day and with every pilot.
The Airpelago Power Software automates route planning
The drone flys autonomously capturing images from precise angles