Energy Drone & Robotics Summit – June 12-13, 2019
The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center (Booth 314)
Digital Aerolus, the leader in inspection drones for GPS-denied environments, demonstrates the latest innovations of its Aertos™ UAV products at the Energy Drone and Robotics Summit in The Woodlands, Texas, on June 12-13.
The capability of our Aertos™ drones to navigate stably indoors and out — without GPS satellite signals, ultrasound, LIDAR, or optical flow — appeals to clients in the energy, mining, public safety, and transportation industries.
Energy facilities are complex mixes of developing technologies and infrastructure, and organizations across the industry are using UAVs to provide the information and data teams need to maintain energy facilities and optimize their operation.
Digital Aerolus drones complete missions in areas dense with interfering signals and in locations where other drone cannot communicate with GPS satellites. Rugged designs and the ability to navigate stably and predictably in GPS-denied environments make Aertos™ drones indispensable tools for teams tasked with missions like collecting photometric data in hard-to-reach places.
Aertos™ drones serve energy industries in applications such as:
- Inspecting hydroelectric plants and towers
- Assessing indoor facilities for steam leaks and pipe breaks
- Surveying dams, causeways, and spillways
- Maintaining stacks and chimneys
In these applications and more, Aertos™ drones deliver valuable information, predictable flights, and cost savings.
Digital Aerolus’s unique Folded Geometry flight Code (FGC™) and our Mind of Motion Framework™ promise to revolutionize how vehicles from UAVs to submarines, cars, and planes understand and navigate complicated environments without satellite signals.