Inspect your industrial facility from the air using state-of-the-art octocopter technology
The maintenance of industrial plants is often time consuming, expensive and includes many safety risks for your workers. With our octocopter, this is no longer an issue because with this photography drone, we are able to carry out the inspection of your plants quickly from the air - even areas which cannot be reached by humans are no longer a problem.
Whether wind turbines, industrial buildings, photovoltaic systems, dams or high voltage systems: the unmanned octocopter is able to take high-quality photos and record videos in HD quality at flight altitudes between 0 and 100 metres. This means it covers an air space which cannot be reached by manned airplanes or helicopters. Its small dimensions make the octocopter very agile and flexible, and it is even able to operate it in difficult terrain and under confined conditions.
What can you do with the octocopter?
In addition to photos, the octocopter can also be used for videos, mapping and thermal imaging, and we are even able to use the octocopter to apply DNA theft protection to cables and other valuable materials in order to prevent theft and facilitate investigations.
Besides all of these applications, the device scores with environmental sustainability, very low noise generation and zero emissions.
How does the octocopter work?
The octocopter is based on the principle of a multicopter which is a vertically starting unmanned air vehicle powered by propellers. During the flight, the octocopter is permanently stabilised by highly sensitive sensors and by means of an intelligent state-of-the art control software. The combination of this sensor system and a very accurate GPS system allows the pilot to navigate the octocopter safely and with high accuracy, to keep defined positions and altitudes, to use waypoints, and, if necessary, to set the automatic return to the start point.
All telemetry data which are relevant for the monitoring of the flight are transmitted to the pilot in real time and in addition to that, the system provides a real-time visual feedback while the pictures are being taken via radio transmission, enabling the direct control and operation of the camera on the octocopter.