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Using Drones for Operational Efficiency at Landfills, on Pipelines and Infrastructure
Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) with sensors capture a multitude of readings in a single swoop, monitoring and observing locations difficult to access on foot or by vehicle. The combination of UAV-mounted technologies produces photogrammetric and aerial photographic imagery, offering the ability to take measurements from photographs. This technology enables large-scale assessments providing a comprehensive view of a landfill's overall health.

Mitigation is faster using collected geotagged data, which enables identifying potential problematic areas such as leachate collection headers, landfill gas headers, flares, wellheads, tanks, pipelines, equipment, even buildings. You can zero in on hot spots, unidentified tanks, or terrain that could be causing runoff problems reducing the time normally spent to locate, diagnose, and mitigate.

Not Only for Landfills and Solid Waste Facilities
The same technology also helps energy firms, contractors, and other businesses inspect and monitor long horizontal projects, such as power lines and pipelines, or tall vertical structures, such as bridges and high rises. Performing autonomous flights over time provides historical data assessment and visualization of work's progress, location of workers and equipment, and assessing and documenting weather or other impacts.

Learn more about drone-mounted technology and how to achieve the most benefit. This webinar will help you develop capabilities to assess technology's potential for addressing operational issues now and in the future. This is a free, live webinar with Q&A - open to solid waste, landfill, landfill gas professionals, contractors, and the energy and real estate sectors.

Sessions are interactive with Q&A throughout and in the last quarter of the time allotted. As always, these are non-commercial and your privacy is protected.

You will receive an email with your private link to join at 2:00 PM ET, 1:00 Central, Noon Mountain, 11:00 Pacific.

Mar 23, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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