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 an 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 the drone (KUR-1000)

Accurate and reliable data collection

360° view inspections

Programmable flight plan 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.


Secondly, it's a faster and cheaper way to gain accurate digital data

 

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.

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, for a precise intervention;

  • Construction, architecture, real estate property and engineering, to inspect bridges, land parcels or buildings to detect possible problems or to avoid mistakes in construction sites or in government-funded infrastructure projects;

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

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

  • Mining, to obtain digital data;

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