Drone inspections

Inspections

Drones are useful to inspect difficult-to-access areas onshore and offshore.

This kind of aerial inspections facilitate you to collect accurate and reliable data to gain the best work results in a efficient, cost-effective and safe way.

KUR 1000
The professional multicopter for aerial inspections 

Data Transmission

12 km

Flight Case

700 x 600 x 300 mm

Payload

UP to 5 kg

Flight Time

36 min.

Operative Temperature

-10 °C to + 40 °C

MTOW

15 kg

Wind Speed

Oveall Dimensions

15 m/s

1.700 x 1.600 x 500 mm

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D-Sentry
The professional fixed wing drone for wide areas
aerial inspections

Data Transmission

12 km

Flight Case

800 x 700 x 300 mm

Payload

UP to 1 kg

Flight Time

60 min.

Operative Temperature

-10 °C to + 40 °C

MTOW

6,5 kg

Wind Speed

Overall Dimensions

20 m/s

1.900 x 1.300 x 500 mm

Aerial inspections with UP drones: benefits

No-height limits

Payloads can be installed both above and below (KUR-1000)

Accurate and reliable digital data collection

360° view inspections

Flight plan can be made also with open software

Payloads

Cameras, laser scanners and gas detectors

 

Aerial inspections with drones will be more and more frequent in the future, because they have a series of advantages.

 

First of all, a drone can be used in difficult-to-access areas or in critical and safety/security operations.


Second, it is a faster and a more cost-efficient way of gaining greater insight.

 

In fact you can collect a multitude of data if you use the right payload, i.e. an optical or thermal camera, a LiDAR or specific devices for gas detection.

And remember: if you are using KUR 1000, you can install your payload both on or under the fusolage!

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​Drones are used for inspections in many industries:

  • Agriculture, to provide farmers high-quality data to identify healthy and distressed crops, and allow for precise intervention;

  • Construction, architecture, real estate and engineering, to inspect bridges, a parcel of land or buildings (detecting possible problems) or to avoid costly mistakes in large construction sites or in large, government-funded infrastructure projects;

  • Electricity, for a high level of maintenance in powerlines and solar panel installations;

  • Chemicals, oil and gas, to prevent and/or make faster interventions in case of serious risk for people and the environment (think about refinery plants, chimneys, pipelines, etc...)

  • Mining, to obtain digital reliable data;

  • Safety/security and surveillance, think about rescuing operations or aerial surveillance for events or on a specific public or private area.