Workshop on multicopters for inspection 2021

Wednesday 16 June 2021
 



Due to the escalating situation with regard to the coronavirus outbreak in the UK, BINDT has taken the decision to host the Workshop on Multicopters for Inspection as a virtual experience in place of a physical event.

The Workshop on Multicopters for Inspection will take place on Wednesday 16 June 2021.



This webinar follows on from the successful 2018 workshop and will present delegates with information about the current progress of developments for multicopters, commonly known as drones, for carrying out aerial inspections of industrial and other assets.

Multicopters are increasingly being used to conduct inspections of locations that are difficult to access or hostile to human inspectors. Great cost savings have been made through the use of multicopters when compared to traditional inspection methods that often require scaffolding to be erected.

Drones can carry high-resolution cameras, thermal imaging or light detection and ranging (LIDAR) equipment. Recent developments include the deployment of ultrasonic sensors to take thickness measurements of remote components.

The aim of the workshop is to inform delegates of the legal, safety and training requirements, supported by case studies of a variety of applications, including oil & gas, wind turbines, rail, power generation and distribution.

Registration
Members of BINDT: £25.00 + VAT per session*
Non-member of BINDT: £30.00 + VAT per session*
*The webinar may be one or two sessions depending on accepted presentations.

View or download a registration form and return it to the Conferences and Events Department, as listed at the bottom of this page. A registration form MUST be completed in order to reserve a space and to receive the necessary link(s) to each session.


Programme
Time Subject
Speaker
09.50-10.05 Maximising efficiency of drone-captured data through digitalisation
M Whitton,
Cyberhawk, UK
10.05-10.20 Development of a training programme for safe use of drones in industrial inspections
R Rudd,
ECITB, UK

10.20-10.35 Delivery of contact inspections using drones 
P Khalili, A Garriga Casanovas and F Cegla
Imperial College, UK 

10.35-10.50 HOIS guidance for UAV-based external remote visual inspection S Burch
ESR Technology Ltd, UK
10.50-11.05 Advances in contact-based non-destructive evaluation using unmanned aerial vehicles R Watson, T Zhao, D Zhang, J Cao, C MacLeod and G Dobie
University of Strathclyde, UK 
11.05-11.20 Offshore wind drone operations in Equinor S Larke
Equinor UK Ltd 


For further information contact:
Conferences and Events Department, The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing,
Midsummer House, Riverside Way, Bedford Road, Northampton NN1 5NX, UK.
Tel: +44 (0)1604 438300; Fax: +44 (0)1604 438301; Email: conf@bindt.org