Press release. Storm damages to power lines will be resolved faster in the future.
Finnish energy company Järvi-Suomen Energia, who distributes electricity for over 100 000 customers in Finland’s lake district, tested in cooperation with Estonian technology company Hepta Airborne, an innovative way to monitor power lines after a storm.
Hepta Airborne conducted a quick storm inspection with drones in September 2020 after strong autumn storm Aila. The works were conducted in Mikkeli, Finland for Järvi-Suomen Energia (JSE) and in Lahti area for Kymenlaakson Sähkö (KS).
AI-driven power line analysis company Hepta Airborne in cooperation with partners such as NCSR Demokritos, Cosmoste, robots.expert, Egaleo, Infolysis, CAFA Tech and many more, related to 5G! Drones project tested the possibility to offer a better level of Network services, specifically to leave behind dropped calls and degraded Internet connectivity during mass events.
As the old adage states, businesses are put to the test in hard times, and what a wonderful test the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has provided. With remote coffee breaks, reviewing our Slack communication best practices and assigning more secluded areas of inspection to grid specialists, work at Hepta continues without major disruptions.