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Wind Farm with UAV

With the development of wind power, wind turbines using traditional inspection methods face dual challenges of cost and safety, while UAV can better adapt to the onshore and offshore operating environment, covering large areas of the offshore to carry out fan blade inspection, ship removal, material transportation, fire rescue and other work, bringing a new solution for onshore and offshore wind power operation and maintenance. Especially in terms of blade detection, unmanned helicopters are equipped with high-performance cameras with larger frames, faster shutters and over 100 million pixels, which can carry out more efficient stop/no stop blade detection.


Maritime Affairs

Leveraging the advantage of flexibility, high maneuverability, and wide coverage of unmanned helicopters, efficiently and intelligently assisting in maritime patrols, maritime law enforcement, emergency search and rescue, and marine research operations


Vessel Management

Unmanned helicopters can be used to monitor maritime vessel activities, including fishing, sand extraction, and waste disposal. Typical monitoring tasks include identifying anchoring, mooring, overloading, and other behaviors. By integrating with the AIS system, drones can match radar data and take action, such as confirming, tracking, and deterring unknown vessels. This reduces the need for personnel on the water, enhancing the efficiency of patrol and law enforcement efforts.


Island Management

In areas with challenging access like remote islands, unmanned helicopters play a crucial role in smart island management. They can facilitate transportation between islands, assist in emergency search and rescue operations, supervise construction activities, and conduct island mapping. This provides an efficient and safe approach for both developing uninhabited islands and managing inhabited ones.


Marine Research

During marine research activities, drones serve as versatile aerial platforms equipped with various sensors to collect oceanographic and meteorological data. Unmanned helicopter platforms are characterized by their strong wind resistance, high payload capacity, high cruising speed, long endurance, and swarm capabilities. This enables more comprehensive and synchronized data collection, supporting oceanographic research conducted from research vessels. Their dynamic base technology allows for takeoff and landing without interrupting operations.


Coastal Navigation Aids

For coastal surveillance, drones provide an aerial overview with high-altitude perspectives. Patrol routes and missions can be stored for traceability and easy comparison of inspection results.
In terms of navigation aid inspections, drones can inspect the status of navigational facilities such as buoys and lighthouses. Equipped with high-resolution cameras and sensors, drones can perform aerial checks on lights, appearance, structural integrity, and more, aiding maintenance personnel in detecting damage or malfunctions.


Advantages of Our Drones

Strong Adaptability to Maritime Environment

Drones are equipped to handle complex maritime environments, with strong wind resistance, extended endurance, and extensive communication ranges. They excel in various conditions including coastal areas, islands, and offshore operations

Flexible Control and Communication


Drones support multi-station control and communication relay, offering increased operational flexibility and extended coverage.

Versatile Payload Compatibility

Boasting a maximum payload capacity of up to 12kg, drones are capable of carrying diverse payloads. These include searchlights, loudspeakers, drop mechanisms, and other specialized equipment, in addition to standard gimbals

Flexible Control and Communication

Drones support multi-station control and communication relay, offering increased operational flexibility and extended coverage.

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