Elios 2 drone approved as a formal inspection tool

Jon Lawson

Elios 2 has been formally approved as an authorised tool for inspection, the first of its kind to be permitted for industry-recognised use.

Thoroughly examined by RoNik Inspectioneering in a series of vigorous tests, it has been found as the best drone for indoor inspections currently on the market, providing safe operations in a variety of both open and confined locations providing data that would otherwise be unreachable.

It has been specifically designed with detachable modular features to handle the tasks that more traditional drones would find impossible.

Currently no other drone exists which has been approved as a formal inspection tool, and according to RoNik Inspectioneering founder Steven Verver, “It’s unlikely that any will be in the foreseeable future.”

The UK official supplier of Elios 2, Coptrz - Commercial Drone Experts have backed the capabilities of the drone since its release in May, working with a number of high profile clients such as Severn Trent Water and The Liverpool Arena to initiate its use for a number of hazardous places and dangerous situations. Severn Trent have subsequently reported savings of over £750,000 since the instigation of the Elios 2 to its practices, whilst Liverpool Arena used the drone to limit risk for dozens of firefighters when a severe fire broke out at the Liverpool Echo Arena Car Park.


 

 

 

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