An artificial intelligence (AI) engine has been developed to automatically detect rotor blade damages on wind turbines, and aims to improve the productivity and consistency of blade inspection processes by recognizing damages based on inspection image material.
A massive drone-based blade inspection on 1250 wind turbines in Scandinavia is to be carried out in less than 12 weeks.
How does one describe the pace of change within the electric power generation mix now from three short decades ago?
Siemens today launched an unmanned aerial vehicle technology that incorporates artificial intelligence “to bring inspection of transmission lines to the next level”.
After a quarter of a century, Europe’s most recognized annual power industry event takes on a new name and new mission.
Power asset inspection solutions firm AirFusion claims it can replace most human analysis of the data gathered by a drone with artificial intelligence.
A new project in the UK is exploring how drone technology can be of benefit to the country’s power network infrastructure.
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For many utilities, taking the step from trialling drone technology to integrating it into mainstream operations is a major hurdle. How can they be confident that this technology is here to stay?