Drones and Power Grid Management

Drones solutions deliver detailed and accurate data on all parts of the grid, automating inspection, enabling timely repairs, and reducing downtime.

Vegetation Management

Asset Integrity Management

Detailed Inspection

Quickly map power line corridors, creating accurate 2D and 3D models that measure the distance between vegetation and power lines, helping to maintain a safe clearance distance.

Conduct frequent, on-demand inspections to monitor the safety, reliability, and integrity of the power grid, improving efficiency and eliminating risks.

Acquire standardized inspection data from automated drone inspections that identify defects accurately.

Thermal Inspection


Fault Inspection


Nighttime Inspection

Gain real-time temperature readings of assets using drones equipped with radiometric thermal sensors to immediately identify abnormalities.

Capture the status of the asset from multiple angles using drones to reveal any faults or defects and address them in a timely manner.

Conduct inspections in lowlight conditions or at night using a drone equipped with a spotlight.

Traditional Challenges in Vegetation Management

How Drones Help Manage Vegetation

  • Traditional methods that use manned aircraft are expensive and require specific locations for safe take-offs and landings.
  • In order to maintain a safe flying altitude, manned aircraft cannot follow the terrain closely, so it is difficult to accurately model corridors in mountainous areas.
  • It can take several days to get the final model, from flight route planning, execution, data export, to data processing.
  • Drones are portable and affordable, and can be flexibly opearted in remote areas at a lower cost than manned aircraft.
  • Drones can be operated in complex terrains, with intelligent features that follow the terrain to ensure flight safety without compromising data accuracy.
  • 3D models can be created in real-time for projects that have a tight deadline.