Make sense of your inspection data.

Visualize, localize, and document your inspections with Inspector 4. An easy-to-use software solution developed to allow asset operators to make fast, data-driven decisions.

Understand where to focus your maintenance efforts.

Without the right management solution, acting on raw drone data can be a real challenge, leading to approximative reporting, uncertain decisions, and eventually resulting in sub-optimal maintenance operations. Inspector 4 gives you a precise view of what’s happening inside your assets so your team can act quickly in just the right place.

Localize withaccuracy

Analyze with precision

Act with certainty

Convert raw drone data into valuable insights

One seamless workflow

From data capture to decision making, Inspector 4 and Elios 3 work hand-in-hand to provide operational continuity, boosting your efficiency throughout the inspection process.

Accurate data

Thanks to Elios 3’s LiDAR sensor, inspection data is now reported on a high density point cloud of your asset, offering a whole new level of data accuracy and reliability.

Instant localization

Whether captured in flight or tagged during data analysis, points of interest show instantly on the 3D model of your asset—with no additional processing.

Unlock the power of drone-based inspections

Visualiza data on a 3D map

Analyze point of interests

Document and organize

Analyze point of interests

Share formatted reports

Frequently Asked Questions

The mapping feature of Inspector 4 relies on different things depending on the drone you use. For Elios 3 users, the mapping and localization is performed on the drone using our homemade SLAM engine FlyAware™. For Elios 2 users, Inspector’s mapping feature relies on Visual-Inertial Odometry (VIO). VIO estimates the position and velocity of Elios 2 by using only the input of the main camera plus the Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) attached to it.
Photogrammetric 3D models are meant to be extremely accurate and to combine visual features (texture) with 3D point clouds or 3D meshes. With a photogrammetric 3D model you can perform volumetric measurements and add Ground Control Points to improve the quality of your model in order to make it as close as possible to reality (digital twin). All of this is at the cost of acute piloting skills, processing time, the amount of data required, and deep knowledge of the software used to produce the model. The mapping feature of Inspector 4 is meant to localize your inspection data by producing an accurate trajectory with a sparse point cloud offering a good balance between accuracy and processing time. It does that out of regular inspection flights and not ones dedicated to optimizing data capture for photogrammetry.
Yes. There is not an export button per se but the outcome of the mapping algorithm is a standard *.LAS file along with *.TRAJ file for the drone trajectory which can be found in the project folder of your mission that can be found In Documents > Inspector. These files can be displayed and processed by other software available on the market.
Inspector 4 can be downloaded from our website and is free of charge for everyone. The mapping and localization features are available for free to all Elios 3 users as the mapping and localization are performed by the drone itself during flight time. For Elios 2 users, it requires the purchase of an Inspector Premium license to create maps of inspection using the mapping algorithm embedded in Inspector.

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