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Laserpas to speak at Asian Utility Week

Mantas Vaskela CEO of Laserpas, a company providing aerial power grid inspection services, will present the differences between inspections using manned helicopters and UAVs. The lecture will take place at Asian Utility Week in Bangkok, Thailand on 27-28 June 2018....


Power line inspections: buy a drone or hire an inspection company

Technological advances have streamlined manual processes in almost every industry. With drones and helicopters leading the forefront of asset inspections, the electricity sector is no exclusion.  As technology becomes more accessible and customizable, many power distributors and operators are choosing to purchase drones and do inspections themselves, while others are choosing to hire companies that specialize in performing asset inspections....


Laserpas passes customer and environmental certifications

Laserpas, an aerial power grid inspection service provider, has just received certifications stating that it follows business practices that are both customer and environmentally friendly. This month Laserpas received ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 certifications....


Manned Helicopters vs. UAV for power line inspection

Commercial UAV Expo in Amsterdam on April 12, 2018 saw an discussion on manned helicopters vs. UAV  use in aerial power line inspections. ...


Laserpas provides significant data to Slovakian power company

Laserpas, company providing aerial power line inspections, has completed an inspection in Slovakia for the company Západoslovenská distribučná (ZSDIS). The Laserpas team was able to uncover and provide essential information regarding multiple types of dangerous and emergent risks to the power grid....


Aerial power line inspection in Romania

In a world where everything is going airborne, it only makes sense to take that technology to the power line inspection industry. The vast majority of power line inspections are still being done by foot, which provides a time-consuming, costly, and limited view of power lines. Mantas Vaskela, the CEO for Laserpas, a company that provides solutions for aerial power line inspections, will be discussing solutions to crucial issues at Commercial UAV...


Aerial surveillance helps for power assets maintenance

The United States is facing increasing power outages, surges, and spikes problem, which costs around $150 billion annually. There is an effort to make the power grid more reliable, but the numbers reveal that the problem keeps rising. Over 3,800 outages were reported in 2016 alone, which marked a 9% upsurge in comparison to the previous year. Smart data-driven solutions can help to save up to 50% of costs and make power line maintenance more effi...


Laserpas power line inspections reveal serious hazards

Recently, an international Remotely Piloted Airborne System (RPAS) operator Laserpas has completed an inspection of 600 km long power lines in Oltenia region, Romania. ...


Changing mindset of utility companies, 1 drone flight at a time

It’s obvious that drones or UAVs have swept the world as we know it coming from largely classified military missions to our homes. For couple of years now companies are profiting from sales of drones (there already were 1.1 million drones in the market in 2016), as well as looking deeper into ways these machines can be used. While tech giants are testing their missions ranging from product delivery to taxi services, companies across the glo...


UAVs inspect Romanian power grid, find 50 km undocumented lines

Laserpas , an international Remotely Piloted Airborne System (RPAS) operator, has announced the completion of its first project in Romania. The company’s unmanned system was used to survey 308 kilometers of power lines. The project team discovered 50 kilometers of undocumented lines and other inaccuracies in data, as well as various security threats.  ...