TELECOMMUNICATIONS

The most common way of using unmanned aerial systems by telecommunications companies is to survey antenna supports and equipment to assess their technical condition.

UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES ECOSYSTEM

SOLVING PROBLEMS

Regular condition assessment and performance monitoring of the supporting infrastructure are the most important tasks for telecommunications companies. Effective and timely inspection helps telecommunications operators maintain and improve the quality of their services at no extra cost.  
Currently, the use of unmanned aerial systems is the most effective infrastructure inspection method. This safer data collection method helps industry experts effortlessly audit their equipment and wireless infrastructure. Apart from the safety benefits, telecommunications companies can also cut costs by using commercial unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to inspect towers. Companies no longer have to spend tons of money on helicopters and small planes to inspect their towers. By using UAVs one can also assess the equipment characteristics and tower damage much faster, without waiting for a helicopter or a plane to take off.

UAVS ARE MOST USEFUL IN AREAS NOT EASILY ACCESSIBLE FOR HUMANS OR WHEN THE SURVEYED OBJECTS ARE AT A SIGNIFICANT DISTANCE FROM EACH OTHER.

ABR Ecosystem unmanned software and hardware systems allows you to analyze data in real-time using deep learning neural networks, while the integrated ecosystem services enable post-processing of images using photogrammetry software and GIS tools.

By enabling autonomous flights beyond visual line of sight,
ABR AirChannel UTM unmanned air traffic management system will unlock the entire potential of using UAVs in the telecommunications sector.

Creating 3D models and digital twins
Planning inspections in the cloud
Telecommunications equipment inventory checking
Vertical monitoring of the telecommunications infrastructure in autonomous mode
MAXIMUM AUTOMATION

USE BENEFITS

Faster inspections
Up-to-date and objective operational information on the infrastructure condition
Cutting the cost of scheduled inspections, as well as unscheduled (emergency) repairs and emergency response
Inspection of hard-to-reach facilities
Reduced health risks and load for the personnel