Automation and robotics for your business

Drone inspection

Drone inspection is an efficient and safe way to inspect structures and land. Drones can be equipped with a variety of sensors, such as video cameras, thermal sensors and lasers, to collect detailed data about the inspected object.

Drone H2

Drone H2 is a hexacopter with a unique hybrid propulsion system (combustion generator + battery) that can stay in the air for up to 5 hours and offers a flight range of up to 200 km;

Key parameters:

  • Transponder: ADS-B
  • MTOM (Maximum Take-Off Mass): 23 kg
  • Weight: 17 kg (without fuel)
  • Tank: 9L (for fuel)
  • Speed: 4 m/s vertical, 25 m/s horizontal (in km/h)
  • Communication: LTE network coverage
  • EU Regulations: EU 2019/945, EU 2019/947
  • Dual modem: 2 SIM cards
  • Video Transmission: Full HD (optional encryption)
  • Safety: parachute, LIDAR, RTH (Return to Base)
  • Dimensions: 2.2m x 2.2m x 1.1m
  • Intrusion protection: IPX4
  • Wind resistance: Less than 20 m/s
  • Temperature: optimal operation from -20°C

Application segments

Inspection of buildings and structures

Drones can be used to inspect roofs, facades, infrastructure and other parts of buildings and structures. This can help identify potentially dangerous problems such as cracks, leaks or damage to the structure.

Inspection of power lines and other infrastructure

Drones can be used to inspect power lines, pipelines, bridges and other infrastructure. This can help identify potentially dangerous problems such as leaks, wear or damage.

Land inspection

Drones can be used to inspect farmland, forests, parks and other areas. This can help identify potentially dangerous problems such as fires, erosion or pests.

Rescue and search

Drones can be used to search for lost or missing people or objects. They can be equipped with thermal cameras for viewing in the dark or in poor visibility conditions.



Drones can reach places that are difficult for people or ground equipment to reach.


Drones are a safer way to conduct inspections, since there is no risk of injury to personnel.


Drones can collect data faster and more efficiently than traditional methods.

Drone inspection is a rapidly developing technology with a wide range of potential applications. As technology continues to develop, it is likely that drone inspection will become a standard inspection method in many industries.

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