Drone Services for Industrial Sites

Aero Hawk, LLC offers drone inspection solutions for industrial facilities, civic infrastructure, manufacturing plants, offshore rigs, refineries, seaports, transmission lines, and wind turbines. We can deploy to practically any area for any type of projects because to our countrywide team of FAA-licensed and insured pilots.

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Drone Inspections for Industrial Sites

Industrial assets and locations include complex systems with interlinked relationships. Breakdowns in one section might result in expensive outages and harmful circumstances in other areas. Federal regulations apply to manufacturing plants, ports of entry, refineries, and other industrial sites, as well as, energy assets like transmission and distribution lines.

Drones are currently revolutionizing asset and site surveys, providing comprehensive images within hours after liftoff. Drone inspections, data collecting, and progress tracking are also considerably safer for personnel than previous approaches. Drones produce superior maintenance and decision data by using modern technologies such as LiDAR and photogrammetry, as well as, other sensors, to speed compliance and avoid downtime – all while better safeguarding workers.

Drone Services for Oil & Gas Refineries

Drone aerial imagery supports in the completion of critical operations that keeps offshore rigs and refineries working smoothly, profitably, and in legality. Drones check facilities and assets, perform LiDAR, industrial photogrammetry, and other tasks.

  • Quick and inexpensive. Inspections at refineries and offshore facilities can take several weeks and incur tens of thousands of dollars in manhours. However, drone inspections may be completed in a few hours with little downtime.
  • Accurate Environmental Evaluations. Drones can collect precise information for evaluations of environmental impacts, permitting you to uncover and prevent previously unknown issues.
  • Timely Monitoring Conformance. Drones collect real-time information and provide detailed images, enabling businesses to monitor environmental and other compliance requirements.
  • Safe and Complete Inspections and Maintenance. Drones may be used to collect detailed data about pipelines, platforms, stacks and flares, and other structures without putting people in danger.
  • Modern Imaging Tech Usage. Rigs refineries may use drone aerial photography and videography to acquire better insights that result in improved company choices by using 3D modelling, LiDAR, and industrial photogrammetry.

Drone Services for Transmission Lines & Wind Turbines

Inspecting assets like turbines and transmission lines can be time-consuming and expensive, as well as dangerous to employees. Thankfully, drones can now examine miles of power lines or quantities of costly, high elevation generators from the land at a tenth of the expense of previous techniques.

  • Capture blade problems more precisely. Blades on wind turbines with faults caused by weather and corrosion may be captured more effectively by drones than by the naked eye, enabling for more precise routine maintenance that prolong life of the asset.
  • Detect and mitigate right-of-way (ROW) infringement. Building, vegetation, and other intrusions endanger assets and interfere with line operation. LiDAR data and drones may be used to run occasional line inspections and simply examine for encroachments.
  • Increase the accuracy of environmental evaluations. Drones can collect extensive information for assessments of environmental impact, allowing previously undiscovered problems to be identified.
  • Enhance surveillance and examination. Using unobstructed view, LiDAR, HD, and 3D imaging, you can quickly survey miles of power lines, towers, and equipment and find irregularities. Identify line droops and tolerances, as well as hardware and pole concerns and other maintenance costs.
  • Improve the pace and frequency of inspections. Use drone flight automation to explore the very same paths at prescribed times for before/after comparisons. Increase the frequency of inspections to understand where changes have happened and where assets require care. Drones of today can also compute the most effective routes and flying patterns to evaluate assets more quickly.
  • Data integration into PLS-CADD systems. Utilizing PLS-CADD (Power Line System Computer Assisted Design & Drafting) in conjunction with drone LiDAR data allows for more accurate modelling of ROW intrusions and enables droop testing to uncover rating disparities.
  • Connect to asset management systems. Drone inspection data may be sent through your current asset management systems to help with maintenance scheduling, component ordering, and other tasks.
  • Check and operate in as-built state. Conduct field validation surveys after power transmission installation or repair works are finished to confirm that they meet requirements and parameters and dependability.

Drone Services for Manufacturing & Warehouse Facilities

Drones are being used by prominent businesses to simplify and accelerate processes in their manufacturing and storage facilities.

  • Complete supervision. Drones provide warehouse managers and manufacturers with a 360-degree aerial perspective of their site. Within a few hours after takeoff, you may see security flaws, safety dangers, project progress, roofing and building maintenance requirements, and more.
  • Inspect all equipment thoroughly. Use UAVs for plant inspection and upkeep to minimize equipment breakdowns. Get detailed visual data immediately to diagnose faults and indicate where focused actions are required to avert equipment failure.
  • Inventory inspection that is quick, comprehensive, and safe. Drones may be used to do rapid and thorough inventory inspections, surveying columns of shelves from any elevation. Drones aren’t limited to big box stores; any firm that requires a graphical inventory examination of large quantities of items may use them more cost-effectively than conventional approaches.
  • Scouting for resources. Companies seeking for new sources of raw materials might employ drones for effective exploration.

Drone Services for Civil Infrastructure

Drones may help local, state, and federal, local governments analyse the condition and impact of rail projects, dams, bridges, motorways, and other infrastructure projects.

  • Extensive data collecting. Drones collect information via 360-degree visual information that may be used to construct 3D maps, do topographical research, and more.
  • Assessments of environmental and ecological effect. Drones may be used to collect complete data for thorough impact on the environment evaluations.
  • Inspect risky places safely and economically. Drones can do the assessment task of many employees. Drone inspection of industrial infrastructure and assets saves money and protects personnel.
  • Do a catastrophe readiness survey. Drones assist in exposing infrastructure information to aid in catastrophe preparation and mitigation.