Energy companies need to perform tasks related to the inspection of thousands of miles of pipelines as well as the monitoring and maintenance of transmission lines that can run through multiple ecosystems and jurisdictions. Challenges with managing utility infrastructure of this scale means that the ability to automate inspection tasks and gather information in faster and safer ways will create incredible efficiencies. That’s why the energy sector as a whole is quickly adopting drones.

This report covers the ways in which drones are being used to perform this critical work.

Among the topics it covers are:

  • How some companies decide whether to outsource drone programs or build them in-house 
  • The ways drones can positively change expectations about what inspections should include 
  • The importance of data management policies when using drones for inspections  
  • Advances in automation for piloting drones, conducting inspections and reporting on subsequent findings 
  • The future of inspections and the potential economic impact of easing BVLOS regulations

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About The Editor

Jeremiah Karpowicz is the Executive Editor for Commercial UAV News. He has created articles, videos, newsletters, ebooks and plenty more for various communities as a contributor and editor. He is also the author of a number of industry specific reports that feature exclusive insights and information around how drones are being used in various markets. You can read all of those reports hereGet in touch via Twitter or LinkedIn.