Allowing for the first time to fly in complex, cluttered or indoor spaces, Elios unleashes the potential of UAVs in numerous applications where their use was previously too dangerous or simply impossible.
Drone technology is steadily being incorporated as a sustainable practice for asset managers in various industries. Nonetheless, current solutions are unable to operate close to structures or in contact with operators, restricting effective inspection in complex environments. While conventional methods are still required for maintenance, preliminary inspection can be performed at lower inspection cost and downtime. Risks are also decreased by avoiding confined space entry and remotely accessing boilers, tanks, pressure vessels, ballast tanks, tunnels and other complex environments inside plants or hazardous work environments.
To fly indoor, in complex and confined spaces and in contact with people a drone must be able to provide the highest level of reliability and notably to ensure that the risk of crash is discarded. Despite a lot of progress in the sense and avoid technologies, the collision-avoidance approach is not yet mature and does not provide a sufficient level of reliability for indoor flights in the type of environments our customers fly in. So, if we can't avoid collision, let's be tolerant to them.
By allowing drones to fly safely inside buildings and in contact with people, Flyability enables new interactions and services with UAVs and solve the two most critical issues of one of the fastest growing industries: collision and injury risks.
We offer a safer, cheaper, and faster alternative to the professional in need for visual information of dangerous, difficult to access or expensive to access places.