Clobotics IBISTM Drone-based Inspection
Blades stop in fixed position
Drone activates with the press of a button
Computer vision module begins working
Inspection complete in 25 minutes
Data is transferred to IRIS back end
Clobotics Blade Inspection Service combines our Intelligent Blade Inspection System (IBIS™) drone with our Image Recognition and Insights System (IRIS™) back end to offer the best combination of safety, quality, speed and cost on the blade inspection market.
Clobotics IRISTM Backend Platform
Stitches images for complete blade view
Identifies defects and assesses variety
Locates and sizes each defect
Generates initial inspection report
Manages full product life cycle
No work at heights required
IBIS(TM) drone offers completely autonomous inspection from start to finish
Fast Report Turnaround
IRIS(TM) back end system automatically processes images and identifies defects
Capture defects as small as 1mm x 3mm
Opt for Drone as a Service and have your technicians conduct the inspections
Continued development of our Clobotics IBISTM drone technology has led us to a new milestone. We are now able to train your personnel to inspect wind turbine blades with the press of a button, offering an unprecedented level of autonomy and flexibility to your blade inspection jobs.
Clobotics has developed a training program which can be tailored for technicians with different skill sets. The comprehensive training course that takes two days and covers all that is needed to perform the inspections confidently, safely, and efficiently.
To view our full two minute overview video and access our brochure, please visit our DaaS resource page.
By Lennart Kuhlmeier, Principal Blade Engineer at Clobotics
Today practically all utility scale wind turbines are equipped with SCADA control systems. This has, in turn, paved the way for the advent of Condition Monitoring Systems (CMS), which have seen rapid adoption in recent years. All of this means that data is being generated and used extensively in the operation of and maintenance planning for wind turbines.
The industry does have a uniform information exchange standard for monitoring and control of wind power plants. This is known as IEC 61400-25 and was first released some 15 years ago in 2006. The standard provides the possibility to design interoperable products and systems, but there is more work to do.
Clobotics Digital blade repair, a revolutionary methodology for supporting and documenting a craftsman's work. By using the state of the art technology for assessing the blade condition and documenting electronically the entire blade repair process, Clobotics digitalizes the entire workflow and enables the effective use of artificial intelligence (AI) to reduce both the time and the cost of maintaining WTG machines. The blade repair process is digitalized via our app and supports the repair crew with procedures, work instruction and guidelines during the blade repair. The app ensures that all processes are being followed and documented seamlessly.
Clobotics digital blade repair is based on merging state of the art technology, inhouse training and quality management. It features a seamless monitoring and management of the entire workflow and cost of blade repair campaigns.
Beyond our blade inspection and repair services, Clobotics offers a number of other services to help our wind asset owner customers including:
1. Internal blade inspections by robot
2. Structural inspection of foundation and offshore structures
3. Training of repair techs
4. Turnkey offshore inspections combining drone and robot technologies and including vessel charter and logistics
5. Wind Turbine blade cleaning by drone
To discuss our services further or to arrange for a "proof of concept" demonstration, send us a message.
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