This unique machine was developed in partnership with FLIR Systems – the world’s largest commercial company specialising in thermal-imaging cameras. The Enterprise Dual features a three-axis gimbal-stabilised camera housing a side-by-side 4K sensor for capturing visible light and a FLIR Lepton thermal microcamera for capturing thermal data. Together, these sensors allow pilots to perform flights at night, as well as fly in complex daytime conditions like fog and smoke.
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Examples of use cases
Substations and electrical-transmission lines have been inspected for years, but traditional methods involve specialist tools and techniques to do it. Thermal and visible cameras can be more cost effective than other inspection methods, both in terms of operational cost and time required.
Unlike other methods, drones provide immediate images, yielding quicker repairs, less downtime and increased reliability.
Drone thermal imaging can give crews vital information about the structural integrity of the roof they are working on, especially when coupled with isotherms. Thermal imaging also provides flow-path analysis. Being able to see the flow path of a fire gives the incident commander vital information when formulating a plan of attack.
Thermal cameras give fire crews instant feedback on the integrity of their wet lines
After the obvious parts of the fire are out, crews put a lot of effort into making sure there aren’t any smouldering areas that could flare up later. Thermal cameras on drones are perfect for this because they can cover such a wide area quickly. Drone operators can guide crews to specific hot-spots that might have gone undetected.
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