Eight years back, when Clobotics Wind Services Managing Director, Europe, and Partner Mads Obling Rasmussen started to inspect offshore wind turbine blades, the task was done by using a camera angled toward the waves from a turbine's working platform.
Today, he sets up his camera on fully automated drones capable of inspecting and analyzing erosion and other damage on blades, requiring only a few remote clicks.
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