Drone inspections drive high return on investment by improving efficiency and safety of asset maintenance and management. Halo Robotics maintains a team of certified drone inspectors, with a leading commitment to safety and professionalism alongside specialized operating experience in high risk environments. We are fully certified for operations in O&G, Mining, Power, Cement, and other asset-intensive industries.
As a full solution, we address every aspect of planning, data acquisition, and inspection reporting – ensuring that projects are completed quickly, safely, and reliably delivering the inspection data that is required.
Halo Robotics specializations are:
General Visual Inspection provides two types of data:
High Resolution Inspection Photos (RGB): systematically inspecting the asset, using long range zoom camera to obtain high-resolution photos. Inspection Reports are provided, which note the location and characteristics of asset defects.
Thermal Infrared Imagery (Thermography): using a radiometric thermal camera, every pixel of a thermal image contains temperature values, which can be used to quantitatively analyze the variance of heat in a thermal image of an asset. Thermographic data supports detection of moisture-related issues including leaks, cracks, and corrosion; friction-related issues including liquid or gas bottlenecks; and heat dispersion irregularities in assets, or on the surface of structures.
Using specialized drones to fly safely in confined spaces for systematic inspection results that meet the highest standards for CVI inspections, at a fraction of the cost.
Halo Robotics uses the Flyability Elios 2 drone, which was specifically engineered for stable flight in confined spaces, and is the only drone ever to be classified as a “formal inspection tool” by leading inspection agencies including Lloyd’s and Bureau Veritas.
Working with leading companies across Indonesia, Halo Robotics provides certified pilots with professional experience including Boiler Tanks, HRSG, Crude Oil Tanks, Gas Pressure Vessels, Shipping Vessels, Cement Facilities, and Underground Mines.
LIDAR technology makes it possible to quickly scan and digitize a 3D model of an asset. Updated As-Built Models are important asset managers and EPC contractors, which frequently require updated schematics and as-built models in order to perform work on an asset.
Using specialized LIDAR payloads that can be used on drones as well as as hand-held scanners, it is possible to quickly generate an accurate 3D model of the real asset, and then export that as a CAD file that can be used in common engineering and design software.