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The oil and gas industry relies on inspecting its infrastructure to meet rigorous government standards. Drones will soon be seen on almost every oil rig and pipeline site worldwide. 

Drones can be used in various ways for surveying when it comes to the oil and gas industry. This industry is already using drone technology to spot corrosion, damage, and other potential maintenance issues on the properties. A drone can collect footage and create a georeferenced orthomosaic of complete gas plant sites. Drones produce high-resolution maps and up-to-date timelines in just a few hours while keeping costs down and operations running. 

A drone helps monitor installations, evaluate safety requirements, and organize work activities as the project carries on, providing operators with an up-to-date timeline.

Drone over telecommunication tower

The utilization of drones in the oil and gas sector is advantageous due to the added safety factor. There is no need for sending employees to dangerous locations, particularly in this sector.

Before drones, the climber had to climb inside a holding tank physically. Now, drone oil and gas operators use drones to create maps, take pictures, and even create 3D models.

Pipelines must be constantly monitored to search for potential leaks. A drone flying overhead pipelines will not only save on expenses and cut inspection times in half.

The thermal camera can detect temperature differences between soil and fluid to quickly identify oil and gas leaks. You can even use the data to see oil tank levels or any leaks with thermal images.

With Altitude Sight solution, drones, and specialized software, oil and gas operators will have 3D maps and surveys to compare where a pipeline is going versus where the engineers originally planned it.

Oil and gas platform shot from drone

Oil And Gas Drone Inspections: Professional Service

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