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🎙️ Live Talk: Optimizing Workflows with Skydio 3D Scan Indoor Capture


Check out this live discussion with Alicia Llorens and André Becker as they delve deep into Skydio's groundbreaking 3D Scan Indoor Capture. Discover how Skydio is revolutionizing the way professionals manage large facility inspections, asset monitoring, and the digitization of complex indoor environments. Key Takeaways: Learn how Skydio 3D Scan Indoor Capture streamlines digitization workflows, improves measurement accuracy and reduces overall time and costs associated with 3D modeling large factory facilities and indoor assets. Understand the benefits of using Skydio's new Indoor Capture mode, specifically tailored for autonomously scanning large, complex indoor environments. Explore how Skydio drones can capture hard-to-reach areas, particularly those that are high up, and generate highly accurate and detailed digital replicas of facilities previously too difficult or complex to attempt. Gain insights into the versatile digital twin deliverables that can be created from the visual data uploaded to Skydio Cloud.
Jun 1st, 2023 | Views 290
The utility industry is constantly evolving, and with that evolution comes new technologies that can help streamline processes and improve efficiency. One such technology is drone powerline inspection, which has the potential to revolutionize the way that utility companies inspect and maintain their infrastructure. The Skydio X2 is a state-of-the-art drone that is specifically designed for industrial use. It is equipped with a high-resolution camera that can capture detailed images of utility poles and distribution lines, as well as other critical infrastructure. The drone is also equipped with advanced sensors and software that allow it to navigate complex environments with ease. One of the key benefits of using drones for utility inspection is the ability to collect data quickly and accurately. In the past, utility companies relied on manual inspections, this meant sending someone up in a bucket truck to visually see the tops of the utility poles which could take weeks or even months to complete. With drone powerline inspection, the same inspections can be completed in a matter of days or even hours. Another benefit of using drones for utility inspection is the cost savings. Traditional inspection methods can be expensive, requiring specialized equipment and personnel. With drone technology, many of these costs can be eliminated, resulting in significant cost savings for utility companies. But perhaps the biggest benefit of using drones for utility inspection is the improved safety. Inspecting utility poles and distribution lines can be a dangerous job, requiring workers to climb or be elevated high above the ground. With drone technology, many of these inspections can be completed from the ground, eliminating the need for workers to put themselves in harm's way. The Firmatek team was able to leverage these benefits to complete an inspection of over 10,000 utility poles in just one week. By using Skydio X2 drones, they were able to collect detailed data on each pole, including its condition and any potential issues that needed to be addressed. This data was then used to develop a comprehensive maintenance plan that would help prevent outages and improve the reliability of the utility's infrastructure.
May 26th, 2023 | Views 84
Five Ways Dominion Energy is Using Drones
Here are some of the ways Dominion Energy is using the technology
May 11th, 2023 | Views 44