IA’s Software for defect measurement is taking subjective questioning out
of inspection photos. Track issues with confidence and compare how
Inspect. Measure. Standardize.
Using an off-the-shelf for simple pictures of your asset sometimes just isn’t enough. Truly useful equipment needs to enable you to make key operational decisions in the field. Deploying a drone inside your asset and solely determining that a defect just exists is only half the solution. But what if you could measure that defect and make true operational decisions based on your company’s fault limitations? With Interactive Aerial’s proprietary Photo Measurement Software, inspectors can now measure defect size and standardize inspections as time goes on.
Measure cracks as small as 1/32 of an inch, along with all of these great features:
Software gives inspectors the ability to click or drag-and-drop two points and measure between them.
Tagging a photo with comments for other inspectors is a helpful tool when remembering thoughts from your last outage
Defects are not always perfectly straight. Our measurement software can easily measure non-linear lines as well.
Regardless if the position or distance from the photographed object changes next outage, the software scales to keep measurement accuracy.
Tracing the outer edge of a defect allows inspectors to understand exactly how large a corrosion area is.
Switching between imperial and metric is an easy click of a button, making it effective regardless of where you’re from!
In conjunction with the tool above, calculating the surface area of a defect is an easy feature of the software also
Our robotic inspection hardware enables the Photo Measurement Software to have a few millimeters of accuracy.
Recently, Interactive Aerial was called to a paper plant for an emergency inspection of a bleach tower. Our team was asked to inspect damage caused by a power washer that had the spray setting far too high. It marred the brick lining and fiberglass cone at the top of the tower. Engineers wanted to assess the fiberglass damage without scaffolding or rope access and see if they could hold off on repairs until the next scheduled outage.
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