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    Thursday, September 24, 2015

    DRONES FLY INTO WIND

    Drones for Wind Turbine Inspection; Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Inspection Services for Wind Turbines: Global Market Assessment and Forecasts

    3Q 2015 (Navigant Research)

    "By the beginning of 2015, there were nearly 270,000 individual wind turbines operating globally [with over 800,000 blades battered by the elements]…This is driving a brisk business in wind turbine blade inspections, a role that has traditionally been accomplished from the ground…A new approach using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones, is rapidly muscling in…Commercial-grade UAVs handled by professional operators can provide higher-resolution [quicker, easier, and less costly and risky inspections]…According to Navigant Research, cumulative global revenue for wind turbine UAV sales and inspection services is expected to reach nearly $6 billion by 2024…” click here for more

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