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Inspectors of infrastructure increasingly deploy drones to collect the information they need to maintain bridges, roadways, and structures. UAVs can increase efficiency, improve workflow, and save money – and safely help your team members conduct operations.
Drones collect critical visual data that can mean the difference between success and disaster. Using a drone quickly improves the efficiency of data-gathering operations. And, in challenging environments where steel, concrete, or other materials compromise the availability of GPS signals, Aertos™ drones from Digital Aerolus provide safety, efficiency, and high return on investment.
Here are some examples:
- Lifespan and safety management for bridges, highways and other public infrastructure
- Inspecting tunnels, culverts and sewers
- Public works and facilities maintenance
- Exploring dams and waterways
- Visual inspection of lighthouses, wharves, docks, and piers
- Towers, stacks, and support structure inspections
The Aertos 120™ drone provides a rugged, stable, predictable solution for infrastructure applications like these, and for missions most drones can’t complete. Contact us for more information or to discuss with a Digital Aerolus representative how an Aertos™ drone can help your team.
Digital Aerolus Drones Deliver Six Key Features
Stable indoor and outdoor, even in GPS-challenged areas. Predictable flights indoors and out – even if the UAV strikes an object.
Safe ducted & protected-blade designs reduce risk and prevents injury to your workforce, and damage to nearby objects and even the UAV itself.
Simple to start, simple to launch. Deploy rapidly – from carrying case into your airspace in a matter of seconds.
High-resolution video telemetry and still images – with broad visual view both horizontal or vertical – even in darkness.
Rugged design and strong materials means that Digital Aerolus drones can handle your challenging day-to-day work environment.
Compact designs – the perfect tools for tight and confined spaces and places other drones can’t even imagine going.