NAR can be used to inspect any asset! The first time you’re inspecting an asset you will have to create a profile for it. To do so, you will be prompted to choose your asset type (i.e. Bridge, Building, Power-lines, Solar Farms, etc.) and specify its name as well as its owner/operator. These details will appear on your report generated at the end of the inspection. Learn more…
Once a defect or an area of concern is detected from the drone video stream showing on your tablet, simply tap to capture it then tap on the corresponding type from a pre-defined list of defects to associate a type for it. Please note that defect types are customizable. You may also add additional comments or chose a severity level if needed. Learn more…
Once the inspection is completed, a report containing all defects logged during the flight will be automatically generated. The report contains the defect’s picture, location, type and any additional information logged and can be exported in PDF or KML/KMZ formats. Learn more…
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