Our drones carry all different types of sensors to perform inspections.
More and more new technologies are being incorporated into different facets of society and drones are also being applied to more professional activities. Some sectors of industry are already working with unmanned aircraft on a regular basis.
Drones Maritime’s mission is to offer these new solutions to the maritime and port sector.
For this purpose we can offer different types of inspections of both ships and port infrastructures.
Visual inspection of infrastructure or vessels.
Utilizando drones con cámaras RGB de altísima resolución y zooms de hasta 200 aumentos que ofrecen posibilidades de captura de imágenes sin precedentes para diferentes tipos de inspección industrial.
We have drones equipped with high-resolution thermal cameras that allow us to measure the temperature of each pixel they capture, alerting us to possible breakdowns due to high temperature, which have different colour palettes and isotherms, to help us find our targets and make quick decisions.
Detection of rust, cracks, deformities or overheating
Our equipment allows the detection of rust, cracks, deformities or overheating in:
- Oil tanks
- Chemical tankers
- Cargo vessel
- Ore conveyors / OBO
- Container ships
- Lifting platforms
- Cranes and bulk loading machines.
Drones for inspecting the inside of pipes or confined spaces.
We can also offer inspection of the condition of roofs or inaccessible areas in port buildings.
Using ultrasound we can measure the thickness in deposits or tanks in located in inaccessible or elevated areas.
The use of drones means a reduction in inspection costs and an improvement in the prevention of accidents at work.
Compare the changes in dykes over time.
Dyke inspection and measurement
The use of drones to carry out topographic surveys of the current state of the docks and their evolution over time is an invaluable benefit for port institutions, allowing them to carry out preventive work that was impossible until now, as the work of the surveyors who carried out these measurements to date is limited to the areas accessible on foot to take the measurements safely.
The latest measurement technology with drones
By means of these techniques we also obtain an orthophoto, an aerial photograph of the terrain free of errors and deformations that behaves just like a plan. For engineering, it is a real revolution in terms of cost, speed, security and the quality of the information.
The best underwater image quality
We use underwater equipment with high-resolution, wide-angle cameras to carry out visual inspections of dykes, ship hulls, seabeds, etc.
The cameras on our underwater drones are steerable and allow for both high- resolution photography and video.
The underwater drones can move in all directions once submerged thanks to their 6 motors, which also gives them great stability and can reach a depth of up to 300m. Adjustable gain levels allow the pilot to have precision control at extremely low speeds, as well as plenty of power to overcome currents and carry heavy loads.
Monitor water quality with multi-parameter sensors.
If necessary, we can use accessories such as robotic arms to pick up items on the seabed, or sonar equipment for navigation in low visibility water conditions or to perform certain types of inspections.
We make complex underwater missions easier, using technology to avoid putting people at risk.