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Industry Application
Surveying LiDAR + Navigation LiDAR
Four Applications in Power Industry
· Transmission Line Plan and Design
· Transmission Line Inspection
· Construction Management
· 3D Visualization Management
Pros and Cons
Traditional Inspection
Naked Eye Observation Daylight Work Only Time-Consuming and Laborious Inaccessible Working Environment Expose to Danger (Steep and Viper)
LiDAR Advantage
High Resistance to Light and Climate High Precision: More Dense and Longer Distance High Efficiency: Capable of Working Up to 60 km/h High Reliability: No Other Impacts and No Blind Spot
Systems Available
The only laser radar R & D company that has obtained the certification of civil aviation in China has completely independent intellectual property rights.
Solutions
Hawkeye of Power Patrol Worker — Sky-Lark
Project Background

At present, China has built six major inter-provincial power grids, namely the power grids of the South, Northwest, East China, Central China, North China and Northeast China. And AC and DC transmission lines of 500kV and above are mainly used. During the construction and expansion, to traverse various complex terrains is a known difficulty to face in both the early engineering and the later maintenance. In particular, how to solve the accuracy and efficiency of power line inspection has always been a major problem that plagues the power industry.

E+RA Application in China Southern Grid Power Inspection
Project Background

On 18th August 2016, China Southern Power Grid Super High Voltage Company successfully completed their first power inspection using SureStar's E+RA LiDAR system. This flight was supported with kind effort by Zhuhai Helicopter Branch of China Southern Airlines Co. Ltd. 

E+AP Application in State Grid Power Inspection
Project Background

E+AP LiDAR Transmission Line Inspection System, with a build-in wide-angle digital combination camera system and environmental sensors, can obtain high-precision ture color point cloud data of the transmission lines and anything within the corridor and then form a comprehensive database for digitization management and further maintenance.