Power lines, solar panels, wind turbines and offshore platforms inspection by drone
UAV solutions for inspection, surveillance and material lifting in the building industry
UAV solutions for security and surveillance
SECURITY & SURVEILLANCE
DRONE VOLT Group
DRONE VOLT, the french leader in professional UAVs.
DRONE VOLT is an international leader in the field of professional civilian drones and embedded artificial intelligence. With its 3 brands, DRONE VOLT, AERIALTRONICS and DANDRONE, the Group is always developing more innovative solutions for the energy, construction, civil engineering and security industries for applications such as inspection, surveillance, surface treatment, thermography, search and rescue missions.
Following government announcements to curb or limit the spread of the coronavirus, we all have a responsibility to protect ourselves collectively. Your health is our priority, so now have to limit public access to our office, which is why we ask you to make an appointment before your visit. We take all possible measures to ensure the continuity of our services, as a priority the processing of orders and shipments. Your commercial contacts will remain available by email and phone.
Hydro-Québec, Canada’s largest electricity producer and one of the world’s leading hydropower producers and DRONE VOLT, have signed a memorandum of understanding to reach an agreement on the exclusive industrial development and marketing of a drone designed to inspect high-voltage power transmission lines.
A professional drone is an aircraft (unmanned aircraft system or unmanned aircraft vehicle) dedicated to a professional mission in a defined field of activity. Today, many industries are using professional UAVs to find alternatives to carry out their missions.
What are the main advantages of the professional drone?
The main advantages of professional UAVs are:
Reduction of human risk and improvement of security.
Lower operational costs
Greater speed and efficiency
Reduce the ecological impact of partner companies (0% of emissions)
Allows access to inaccessible areas.
Help with decision making.
What are the regulations for the use of a professional drone?
The regulations for the use of a professional drone are established in France by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) and the FAA in the USA.
You will find all the information regarding theses regulations for the use of a professional drone in France & the USA here: