ULC’s Fixed-Wing, VTOL Drone Designed for Utility Inspections

Last week, ULC Robotics Inc. says its new aerial services division successfully tested its newly developed unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), a fixed-wing, vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft designed for utility inspections.

The company says the commercial-grade drone has a 10-foot wingspan and a sensor payload capacity of 10 pounds for conducting fully autonomous aerial inspections for utility structures and properties, including electrical transmission lines, gas transmission pipelines and right-of-ways …


Unmanned Aerial | Aug. 9, 2017

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