A Fleet of Drones May Check Your Power Lines During Storm Jonas
With six states declaring a State of Emergency ahead of snowstorm ‘Jonas,’ and with utility companies in both Virginia and North Carolina expecting a mix of snow and ice to potentially cause millions of customers to lose power, many energy companies in the region are calling on all available options to restore power and prevent damage. HAZON Solutions is a company headquartered in Southeast Virginia, which is prepared to fly its fleet of UAV’s (drones) to support a number of households and utility providers.
"Restoring power as quickly as possible is critical. This is another great example of how UAVs are being used in very positive manner," says the company CEO. This weekend the outfit will be put to the test as it prepares for this mission.
In times of crisis this drone company can execute drone flights to check bridges, power lines and other vital infrastructure. It is a veteran-owned-and-operated drone flight services company that is known for conducting precision inspections for Fortune 1000 companies in the energy, transportation and telecommunications sectors. It helps Fortune 1000 companies use of small UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle aka “Drones”) to conduct precision inspections of our nation’s critical infrastructure. HAZON uses drones to conduct inspection operations, development, training, safety, and testing programs