Drone inspections consistently achieve high return on investment along with improvements to efficiency and safety. Work with Halo’s team of experienced pilots and certified inspectors for drone inspections of any kind.
Halo Robotics maintains a commitment to safety and professionalism, with specialized operating experience in high risk environments. We are fully certified for operations in O&G, Mining, Power, Cement, and other asset-intensive industries.
Drawing on experience, we can address every aspect of planning, data acquisition, and inspection reporting – ensuring that projects are completed quickly, safely, and at the highest level of professionalism.
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Drone inspections provide two important types of asset data for General Visual Inspection:
High Resolution Inspection Photos (RGB): systematically inspecting the asset, using long range zoom camera to obtain high-resolution photos. The location of asset defects is recorded, with notes and measurements added later in the Inspection Report.
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 seen in a thermal image of an asset. This data supports detection of high value asset defects, including: (1) moisture and water-based issues, including leaks, cracks, and corrosion under insulation; and (2) friction and heat-based analysis, including bottlenecks, and heat distribution irregularities across the surface of structures.
Drones can be used to fly systematically and safely in a wide range of confined spaces, performing the inspection at a fraction of the cost while also meeting the highest industry standards for systematic CVI requirements.
Halo Robotics commonly 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 in CVI inspections, ranging from oil tanks and pressure vessels, to underground mines, and complex industrial assets of all types.
LIDAR technology makes it possible to quickly scan and digitize a 3D model of an asset. This can be hugely valuable to asset managers and EPC contractors, which frequently require updated schematics and as-built models in order to construct or maintain an asset.
With LIDAR payloads that can be used as hand-held scanners or mounted to a drone, we can quickly generate an accurate 3D model of the real asset, with flexible file formats that can be used with any major CAD, BIM or planning software.