1/29/2018 0 Comments
The U.S. telecom market is expected to grow to $1.3 trillion by 2020. Drone inspection services are playing a key role helping telecom firms get the most from their equipment and staff. From industry titans like Verizon to small local carriers, everyone’s getting in on the act.
Here are five big ways aerial survey companies are shaping tomorrow’s telecom:
More Proactive Maintenance
Today’s drones come equipped with such powerful cameras, they can even record the individual part numbers of components that need to be replaced.
Better Business Continuity
Natural disasters like storms, fires, and earthquakes can devastate telecom infrastructure while making it impossible for field teams to reach damaged sites. Drones can navigate heavy weather, smoke, and more, providing intelligence teams use to avoid hazards and expedite repairs.
Easier Telecommunications Tower Inspections
Tower climbs are among the most dangerous and time-consuming procedures in telecom. Even experienced technicians are at risk of falling. While no equipment can totally eliminate tower climbs, drone inspections serve as a safe and effective substitute in many situations.
Unprecedented Cost Savings
Not all alternatives to drones are unsafe, but many of them are costly. Over the years, telecom enterprises have experimented with helicopters, airplanes, and even balloons for site inspections and surveys. Drones are not only more cost-effective, but produce more accurate data.
More Effective Coverage for Large Territories
In the fast-moving world of telecom, the geography to be covered often expands much faster than team size. Drones enable easier repair, maintenance, and optimization of capital equipment across thousands of miles. Your teams enjoy higher morale and your business scales better.
Eye-bot Aerial Solutions has worked with telecom brands of all sizes to help them achieve these benefits and more – without adding cost, complexity, or regulatory hassles.
When they want the best industrial drone service, our clients don’t worry about launching an in-house drone fleet. Our experienced drone operators and technicians do the training, maintain the equipment, and handle the flights. You focus on what you do best.
To learn more, contact us.
Eye-bot aerial solutions
Our 40+ megapixel cameras can be top OR bottom mounted. We can see things other drones simply cannot. Our cameras provide unprecedented detail and accuracy.