During the construction of wind farms, the laying of cables and dredging activities in the seabed there is always the risk of encountering unexploded ordnance (UXO) from the Second World War. In suspect areas it is therefore necessary to carry out an offshore UXO survey before starting the activities.
Offshore water bottom surveys are performed from a survey vessel equipped with the latest measuring techniques. The collected data are analysed and combined on board, in order to be able to map and minimalise the amount of suspect objects (possible UXO).
In the offshore industry, drones can be used for inspection and monitoring of for example offshore wind farms. T&A Survey Drone Services drone inspections are safer, cheaper and more accurate (higher data resolution) compared to inspections with manned flights, as drones can get much closer to the object.
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