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Providing visuals of hard-to-reach places during cargo holds cleanliness surveys to ensure a thorough check prior to loading a new cargo.
Remotely performing the General Visual Inspection of various confined spaces of a maritime vessel such as ballast and fuel tanks.
Exploring the engine room of a maritime vessel after a fire to ensure its proper extinction while the room is still inaccessible for humans.
Inspecting the inside of large metallic structures such crane on shore to prevent breakage and plan for maintenance.
Flying over running water in sewers, looking for cracks, and potential pipe obstruction, with the pilot standing on the ground.
Inspecting the silencers of a jet engine test bed without dismantling the control vanes at the entrance of the inlet stack.
Assessing the structural integrity of bridges by inspecting in between beams and inside box girders without having to deploy a bucket truck.
Perform indoor ceiling inspection over a factory floor in less than half the time of traditional methods and without shutting down production.
Inspecting several assets such as blast furnaces, crop shears, or cranes during team shift and without interrupting production.
We've used Elios in a shaft 75m underground and for a culvert inspection, which both proved extremely successful. Amazing technology, saving significant costs not to mention the Health and Safety risk reduction.
Security Risk Management Specialist, Thames Water