Drones play a vital role in many parts of the global energy sector.

They are used to inspect and assess the condition of assets, such as energy distribution networks, power plants, pipelines and rigs.


They are replacing humans in a variety of dangerous tasks, thus reducing risk and improving workplace safety.

In addition, they are aiding the industry’s managers in their decision making.

Solar Panels


In order to optimize performances and grant their capacity to generate electricity, PV fields must be periodically inspected, diagnosed and maintained.


Aerial visual and thermographic inspection helps determining the temperature decomposition, allows detection of overheated spots and maps the area with spatial temperature distribution, all of this at a fraction of the cost when compared to the ground-based conventional inspection techniques.

This also allow maintenance teams to visit these hotspot locations directly, without having to survey the entire PV field, thus saving extra time and money. 




Wind Turbine


Traditional Wind Turbine inspection requires rope access, scaffolding or platforms, resulting in a dangerous and time-consuming operation, and up there an inspector may rely only on his portable camera for taking pictures of a certain defect.


With the use of UAVs and related automated drone inspection system, inspections of wind turbines can be conducted in minutes, thus reducing significantly costs, and minimizing the generator downtime.




Power Plants


Deployment of a UAVs for inspection and monitoring can promote worker and plant safety, reduce costs, assess the facility’s status, define maintenance programs, and ultimately extend the life-cycle of a hydroelectric asset.

Hydroelectric dams routine structural evaluations typically require inspectors to rappel down from the top of the dam, or to work on platforms / scaffolding that must be erected, which are all indeed, long, costly, and risky businesses.


Our UAV’s, equipped with the latest sensors, can inspect and locate damages as small as a coin across the entire dam span, keeping O&M budget under control, and enhancing safety of the inspectors.

Water utilities companies are relying on UAVs for inspection and survey of their assets, since they help them improving water supply network efficiency and minimizing potential impacts on their customers and community.