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Telcom Towers & Infrastructure

Visualizing Connectivity from the Sky

The industry demand for telecommunication structures and communications related infrastructure has surged in recent years due to the initiation of incentive projects such as the Mobile Black Spot Program (MBSP) in Australia. As such, Network Operators and Mobile Infrastructure Providers can benefit from the structural inspection services provided by Western SkyView.

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Tower Mastery: Drones for Detailed Inspection

Our Inspection Process

Pre-Inpsection Prep

01

Client Consultation

Understanding your specific requirements or concerns. Areas of interest or potential issues our inspection should focus on.

Site Assessment

Identify potential obstacles, safety hazards, and optimal take-off and landing locations for the drone.

Drone Selection

We will determine the Drone and camera equipment most suitable and feasible for your inspection. 

Curate Flight Path

02

Infrastructure Mapping

Create a detailed map of the infrastructure by inputting dimensions and making allowances for structural protuberances.

Flight Path Planning

Utilize General Design Plot's and structural data to plan a systemic drone flight path for optimal image and video capture.

Risk Assessment

Establish no-fly zones & emergency landing points within the flight path and evaluate weather conditions.

Structural Inspection

03

Flight Execution

Execute the planned map and flight path capturing 4K visuals of the telcom tower or infrastructure. Ensure real-time monitoring.

Data Collection

Retrieve the captured visuals from storage. Label systematically, according to positioning, direction or custom spec.

Onsite Support

Onsite support for your additional questions, clarification or coordination of necessary repair if requested.

Compile & Analyze

04

Image Compilation

Desktop compilation of high-resolution drone visuals from the inspection. Categorized as per your requests.

Client Presentation

Provide media link for online access. All visuals will be downloadable and visible in the format of your choice.

​Create Visual Archive

Establish secure archives containing compiled images & video for future inspections or reference.

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​What is LOS Aerial Inspection?

Line-of-Sight (LOS) refers to the unobstructed path between two points, crucial for seamless communication in telecom networks. Our LOS Aerial Inspection utilize advanced drone technology to provide a comprehensive, omnidirectional view from your towers, allowing us to carefully assess and document the entire landscape surrounding your infrastructure.

 

Western SkyView specificlly recommends LOS Aerial Inspection to Network Operators and Infrastructure Providers for base station pre-projects and feasibility studies.

What Features are Included?

Omnidirectional Analytics
  • 360-degree panoramic view from your towers, ensuring a complete assessment of the surrounding area.

  • Elevation assessment between designated zones and topographical formation analysis to mitigate potential obstructions impacting line-of-sight communication.

Detailed Image Compilation
  • Compilation of a comprehensive set of high-resolution images, showcasing both the unobstructed/obstructed view points and the conditions of your infrastructure.

  • Detailed images with annotations are provided to aid and identifying potential issues, ensuring timely maintenance and optimal performance.

Obstruction Analysis Skematic
  • We will generate a sketmatic to identify, assess and display any potential obstructions, either natural or man-made, that might impact signal propagation.

  • Potential concerns that may impact network performance are clearly detailed for repair  contractors or investigation based on your project scope.

Customized Reporting
  • Reports tailored to your needs; Remote Shutdowns, Data Acquisition, etc.

  • The report includes visual documentation, obstruction analysis, and recommendations for optimizing line-of-sight conditions.

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