Wind turbines are expensive assets that are vulnerable to weather elements and extreme climate conditions. To ensure turbines safety and operational efficiency, regular inspections are required. Early detection of anomalies, such as cracks, erosion or faults from overheating, mitigates the risk of downtime and further damage. A powerful software platform is required to intelligently analyze the enormous amount of data captured from drones, sensors and other pixel-based image capture tools. The right platform can help automate the process and deliver the accuracy, speed, and scale that humans can’t provide.
Topics: Wind Analytics
If you’re part of the wind industry, chances are, you’ll be Chicago next week.
McCormick Place in Chicago will become a dynamic playground welcoming the wind industry from around the world on May 7-10. WINDPOWER is where the industry comes together to plan for the future and keep this success story growing. WINDPOWER is where business gets done. It is where professionals and technicians from across the U.S. and the world meet, learn and work together to grow this industry.
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Drone-based infrastructure inspections are here today and are a game changer in the operations and maintenance (O&M) market. This has made asset inspection safer, inexpensive and less time-consuming. But that isn’t all. Drone-based inspections are just a catalyst for the upcoming evolution of the O&M market.
Next week AirFusion will be at Wind Operations Dallas 2018! The show runs Monday, April 16 through Wednesday the 18th. If you are planning to attend the conference stop by the AirFusion Booth #39 and learn how to identify infrastructure damage and predict asset risk in just minutes, not hours.