Measure, a drone as a service provider, will fly unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to inspect The AES Corporation’s energy infrastructure in 17 countries.
Through the global partnership, Measure will inspect renewable and thermal generation facilities as well as distribution companies, according to a news release. The inspections will help AES replace more than 30,000 hours of hazardous work per year with safer, more efficient aerial inspections.
“We are committed to creating a safer, smarter work environment for all of our people,” said Bernerd Da Santos, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of The AES Corporation, according to the release. “Drone technology has proven itself at AES over the last three years, improving safety by reducing hazards across 15,000 hours of work and regularly increasing the availability and productivity of our energy solutions. With Measure, we are making this technology standard across all of our businesses globally as quickly as possible.”
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