Drones for Wastewater Inspection: Flyability and WinCan Partner [VIDEO]
Flyability and WinCan Partner on Wastewater Inspection Solution
by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby
Indoor drone provider Flyability has formed a partnership with sewer inspection software provider WinCan in order to make sewer inspections safer, quicker, and more cost effective.
Wastewater inspection professionals are increasingly employing Flyability’s Elios 2 drone to collect visual data inside sewer pipes. This new partnership will now enable inspectors to import their gathered data directly to WinCan’s sewer inspection software, where they can then process it, analyze it, and create detailed, standards-compliant reports.
Using Flyability Drones for Wastewater Inspection
“This partnership with WinCan will bring to wastewater inspection professionals more than a data acquisition tool, but a full solution to inspect, analyze, store, and share their data in a standards-compliant way,” says Patrick Thévoz, Flyability co-founder and CEO. “The added value is huge in terms of cost and time savings, as well as in terms of safety, since inspectors can collect visual data remotely instead of in person.”
WinCan’s software enables inspectors collecting visual data via Flyability’s indoor drones to import POI (Points of Interest) photos and their stationing, receive automatic calculations of observation distances and posture length according to the drone’s trajectory, and upload their data to the cloud to collaborate with colleagues and customers.
This comprehensive end-to-end solution will make wastewater inspections safer by removing the need for inspectors to enter confined spaces; more affordable by gathering visual data at twice the rate as manual methods; and more effective by granting in-depth analytics, cloud-based collaboration, and standards-compliant reporting.
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