California’s General Order 95 is a set of rules that apply to overhead electric supply lines to reduce the risk of danger to workers and the public. The incumbent manual methods of inspecting lines, using “people on the ground” or manned aircraft, may not provide adequate proof of inspection to comply with regulations and can be expensive.
PrecisionHawk’s drone-based data collection supports streamlined processing and reporting by integrating with utilities’ ERP systems—so you can turn data into actionable insights and decrease your risk of litigation.
Our industry-leading geospatial technology portfolio, built to accelerate and automate comprehensive visual inspection (CVI) processes:
Define structure shot sheets and data delivery requirements to provide proof of inspection for compliance.
Capture visual, thermal, and LiDAR data from the air and ground. Operators can record inspection outcomes in a checklist and call in critical issues right from the field.
QC data for any required data recollection; upload to servers. After machine intelligence identifies imagery that represents priority issues, it aggregates the data into an intuitive, web-based interface that’s accessible from anywhere.
Utility’s in-house experts analyze the imagery to identify and “call in” criticals, or utility can store data for additional analysis as needed. PrecisionAnalytics helps you navigate, annotate, and organize distribution pole condition data.
Utilities can generate analytics in their ERP from aggregate inspection outcomes and identify trends. Identify non-compliant anomalies to improve safety and mitigate risk of litigation.
For immediate repairs, utilities can distribute work orders with CVI imagery for context, and activate O&M vendors. Operators can also store images and data for proof of compliance.
Streamline your asset inspections with the geospatial technology solution that’s used by the leading electric utilities in the U.S.