Flying stably in confined spaces can be extremely challenging, even impossible for most commercial drones. The Aertos commercial drones inspect and gather data in areas other commercial drones can’t go, indoor, inaccessible, and confined spaces.

Aertos UAVs  are equipped with patented AI autonomy, allowing for flight and inspections in commercial drones cannot go, including situations where its impossible to get a GPS signal: inside mines, caves, culverts, grain elevators, inside power plants and storage tanks, and under and inside bridges. Aertos UAVs flies stably near metal, which is problematic for most commercial drones.

Aertos commercial drones easily fly inside buildings, without having to utilize a GPS signal or sensors to fly stably.

Confined

Space Inspections

A bridge inspection shows how Aertos UAVs fly in a confined area underneath a bridge. Most commercial drones cannot stably fly in and under bridges.

Though some confined spaces might seem safe to work in, these spaces could hold life-threatening risks. Many conventional inspection methods for confined spaces expose the inspectors to significant hazards. These hazards vary from harmful gases and substances to poor visibility and communication. A confined space has a limited entrance, preventing access.

Working in these conditions will also restrict the inspectors’ movements and ease of handling the testing equipment. Confined space inspections require more investments in comparison with open spaces, including special abilities, work processes, equipment, and safety measures. Each one of these ends up adding to the expense of the inspection.

Workers can use Aertos drones to execute the preliminary examinations at lower risks, lower costs, and with minimum shutdowns.

Steady and Stable

Flight

Steady and dependable flight in confined spaces is one of the reasons so many clients depend on Aertos UAVs.

Aertos 130IR UAV

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