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Bridgres Internal Drone Inspections

Engineer Safety: Traditional bridge inspection can be hazardous, requiring engineers to climb to heights or risk approaching potentially dangerous areas. The use of drones allows inspection without the need for the physical presence of engineers in hazardous locations. Access to Hard-to-Reach Places: Bridges often contain parts that are difficult for humans to access, such as the lower parts of structures and joints. Drones can easily maneuver through these confined spaces, facilitating inspection. Quick and Efficient Inspection: Drones enable fast and thorough inspection of bridges, including surfaces, joints, supports, and other crucial parts. This reduces the time needed for inspection and allows for a quick response to potential issues. Detailed Visual Information: Drones provide high-quality real-time visual information. This allows inspectors to clearly see surfaces, corrosion, damage, and other details that may indicate problems. Early Detection of Issues: Drones enable early detection of problems such as corrosion, wear and tear, structural damage, and other defects. Early detection helps prevent further damage and potential accidents. Reduced Downtime: Fast and thorough drone inspection reduces the time needed to detect and address issues. This allows bridges to be quickly back in operation, minimizing traffic disruptions. Maintenance Planning: Information collected during inspections enables better planning for regular maintenance and repairs of bridges. This can extend their lifespan and reduce maintenance costs. Accurate Documentation: Recordings and 3D maps created by drones can be used to document the condition of bridges over time. This documentation helps track changes and make informed decisions about maintenance. Cost and Risk Reduction: Drone inspection reduces the need for large teams and expensive equipment for working at heights. It also reduces the risk of accidents when working on bridges.

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