Aerial Analytics Assessing, Mitigating, and Preventing Geohazard risks on Pipeline
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology coupled with analytics is making strides in improving environmental and public safety.
FREMONT, CA: SolSpec —a provider of remote sensing and data analytics—introduces SolSpec™ ROW Integrity Management, its advanced aerial imagery and data analytics solution, tailored for assessing, mitigating, and preventing environmental hazard risks on the pipeline.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) today, are functional in diverse industries by rendering their services, including performing surveillance of areas, inspecting pipelines, and assisting in resource management to list a few. Pondered over these opportunities SolSpec, the aerial asset management firm specializes in remote sensing, data management, and data visualization for helping resource management firms to identify environmental concerns before further escalation.
Adversities can pose a threat to the integrity of pipeline facilities if not identified and mitigated. In addition to the environmental and safety impact, these malfunctioning can result in a loss in revenue and expense in repair. Leveraging SolSpec’s drone flight plans, data collection and advanced analytics, operators can detect and predict hazards and gather actionable insights to strategically prioritize mitigation efforts, improve safety and compliance, and achieve higher ROI at every stage of the asset lifecycle. “SolSpec ROW Integrity Management solution gives decision makers the tools they need to allocate resources to the areas that would have the largest impact in the reduction of geohazard-related safety, environmental, and business risk,” remarks Bryan Crowe, Chief Operating Officer at SolSpec.
Recognized as one of the 20 Most Promising Drone Technology Solution Providers by CIO Review, SolSpec works with a mission to improve environmental and public safety and increase efficiencies for the resource management industry using UAV technology provides its clients with best in class asset management solution. Looking at the road ahead to provide its services to a broader and diversified market Tobias Kraft, CEO at SolSpec says “SolSpec intends to evolve into a Software-as-a-Service provider, which can make the solution more affordable and scalable.”