Happy Holidays from Everyone at Aeriosense

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from everyone at Aeriosense! We hope that despite all of the challenges of this year, you and you loved ones are happy and healthy during this joyous time. Here at Aeriosense, even our drones are getting into the Christmas spirit.

Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas!

Our drones are well equipped to perform inspections even in freezing weather. In our most recent project with FortisBC a winter storm inundated us with snow part way through. However, we were prepared for this possibility and continued the inspection.

Perfect day for flying

Check out this LinkedIn post by Thomas Barter for a brief overview of this project: LinkedIn Blog Post by Thomas Barter

Check out our full experience with this project here: Automated Drones Inspect B.C.’s Power Lines

Thank you to everyone who supported us over the course of this year and we look forward to continuing to innovate and grow in the coming year.

Merry Christmas!

Visit our website for more information and case studies: www.aeriosense.com




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