Water Conservancy and Hydropower
Underwater drones can inspect ports, dams, pipelines, and other underwater buildings, providing reliable videos and images for risk assessment and repair plans to guarantee the safety of underwater infrastructure.
Rapid feedback on infrastructure status
Returns the status of the underwater infrastructure in real time to check for cracks, leakages, erosion and siltation, and environmental data.
Low inspection costs and high efficiency
Supports single-person inspection and recording, which is easy to operate and high-efficiency.
Wide working range
Dives to a maximum depth of 200 meters, regardless of deep water, small spaces, or complex waters.
Assists in developing more rational maintenance plans to safeguard underwater infrastructure and divers.
Work all day
Equipped with a spare battery pack or powered by AC power, underwater drones can work continuously for a long time.
Inspection in small, enclosed spaces
Underwater drones can inspect in small and enclosed spaces without fear of operating risks due to undercurrents, reefs, and poor visibility under water.
Estimates the crack length quickly with the laser scaler for developing repair plans.
Complete the inspection in water with very low visibility
In muddy water with extremely low visibility, imaging sonar can still generate inspection images.
Assisting in the development of maintenance plans
Records cracks, leakages, erosion, and siltation to assist in developing rational cleaning and repair plans.
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