Cyberhawk’s UAS inspection technique offers structural inspections which are faster and safer than conventional access methods. Typical inspections include overhead line equipment and internal inspections inside rail stations.
Our inspection technique reduces costs by removing the requirement for large areas of scaffolding and improves safety by reducing the need for working at height or trackside. All inspections are carried out by highly experienced CSWIP qualified plant inspectors, civil, structural, mechanical and chemical engineers.
Cyberhawk can undertake UAV internal inspections for assets such as rail stations. UAVs or UASs reduce the requirement for working at height and in confined spaces, allowing a safe first audit of a station roof so that further inspection and maintenance can be prioritised.
More than 5,000 structural inspection completed
Full radiometric thermal cameras
4x faster than traditional inspection methods
Significant Cost Savings
Cyberhawk can inspect difficult to access structures or confined areas in a fraction of the time of traditional access methods.
Fully qualified inspection engineers on every assignment. An intermediate report before leaving site and a high quality full engineering inspection report on the condition of the structure within two weeks of the inspection.
Highly trained and experienced UAV pilots, trained to a four-level internal training program, with extensive experience on every assignment.
Improved Health & Safety
Small, unmanned, battery operated UAVs reduce the need for people to be placed in potentially dangerous locations, such as at height or in confined spaces.
Detailed risk assessments and method statements prepared before every assignment.
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