Flyability is a Swiss company building aerial solutions for inspecting and exploring indoor, inaccessible, and confined spaces. Their drone solutions are designed to access industrial assets or hard-to-reach areas to collect crucial data, enabling inspection and surveying professionals to run efficient operations while eliminating the risks to workers.
Flyability’s flagship drone, the Elios 3, is regarded as the first indoor drone in the market that pairs a rotating LiDAR sensor. The drone uses an advanced inspection payload for fast and easy visual and LiDAR data capture in hazardous areas without GPS. It enables the drone to produce highly accurate point clouds with survey-grade precision when post-treated with GeoSLAM Connect. In this session, Flyability’s Bob Overton demonstrates the functions of the Elios 3. These include its patented collision resilience and shockproof technologies, packaged in a device small enough to enter openings as big as 50×50 cm and scan where no other drone can. Find out during Bob’s session the multiple applications for aerial LiDAR capture using drones, including surveying underground mines, conducting detailed asset analyses, and fault detection.