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Create a targeted live campaign. Scale your infrastructure with our simple service
Do you have a helicopter or a light aircraft? Perhaps you have already been surveying gas pipelines or power lines in flight, haven’t you? We offer you to install our equipment on your aircrafts.
4 steps to result
Simple sequence of actions
Searching for a customer
You find a customer who needs inspecting gas supply infrastructure or power lines.
Equipment installation
We install the equipment on your helicopter using licensed brackets.
We do our job
Together with our experts, you perform an aerial inspection of a facility along an approved route.
You gain profit
You get paid for the facility inspection using special equipment.
Reasons to choose our cooperation
Just facts
Certified
installation
We use only certified brackets for equipment installation. No additional flight permissions are required.
Professional
assistance
Our highly qualified engineers take part in installation of equipment, preparation for flight and aerial inspection.
Extensive inspection
flight experience
With our equipment, we successfully provided ____ inspections of gas pipelines and power lines, and a total flight time amounts to _____ hours.
AIRCRAFT INSPECTION
Our Payloads
Corona 350
ALMA G4
ALMA G2
Corona 350
The Corona 350 is a gyro-stabilized gymbal containing four different cameras: an Ultraviolet camera for corona detection, a thermal imaging camera for detecting hot-spots in powerlines which can lead to costly breakdowns, a visual light camera and a digital frame camera. The Corona 350 is the ideal instrument for aerial power line inspections.
ALMA G4
ALMA G4 (Aerial Laser Methane Assessment) is a fourth-generation remote methane detector. It is designed for operational diagnostics of extended gas transmission and gas distribution facilities for methane leaks. Due to compact design, it can be mounted on any helicopter or light aircraft.
ALMA G2
ALMA G2 (Aerial Laser Methane Assessment) is a second-generation remote methane detector. The model is most commonly used for inspection of gas pipelines and gas distribution facilities. It is suitable for exploration of gas fields. It is mainly mounted on Bell 206 helicopters.
IT HAS ALREADY BEEN MOUNTED ON:

Jet Ranger, Bell 206, Robinson 22, Robinson 44, Robinson 66, Cessna 172, Cessna 206, DA-42,
АРАЙ (Zenair, Canada) and other models.
FAQ
Honest answers to important questions
Can I install equipment on an ultralight Rotor Way EXEC 162F helicopter?
What is the weight of power line inspection equipment?
Who controls the equipment during the flight? Or does it work automatically?
Do I need a license to install your equipment on board an aircraft?
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