Drone adoption in the oil and gas industry initially revolves around strategic deployments for remote monitoring and surveillance of assets during regular operations and in emergency situations.
Drones are primarily used in the oil and gas industry for remote monitoring and surveillance. This covers infrastructure, equipment, tankers and trucks, and other assets. Drones can provide a 360-degree view for monitoring field operations. They can also observe the progress of facilities that are under construction, and provide encroachment detection. Remote monitoring using drones is also enabling oil and gas companies to inspect unmanned production platforms.
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Our Scout13 capability easily integrates into existing C2 systems and accompanying drone sensor/mitigation platforms, to facilitate more enhanced capabilities.
When Scout13 is combined with a drone management system, it can assist in delivering pre, post and in-flight operational awareness and audit functions, making site safety and audit efficient and simple.
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