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Many areas of underground mines are simply too hazardous for someone to venture in. As such, workers are requested to stay outside of these areas. By deploying the Range Extender inside these areas prior to a flight, an Elios pilot will gains some precious meters that make impossible missions, possible.
By placing the remote control antennas to a better location, closer to the drone, it is possible to extend the range of the drone.
ENCLOSED SPACES INSPECTION
The entry of workers into dangerous enclosed spaces is one of the key benefits of Elios but sometimes the material used to build the asset of interest perturbates signal propagation. By deploying the Range Extender inside the hazardous area, the pilot can operate Elios, from the outside in any situation, with peace of mind as the drone will always fly within reach of the signal.
Because they are made of concrete, sewers tend to absorb the energy of radio control signal. If the pilot stands at the surface next to the shaft of the sewer, the propagation of the signal is very limited and so is the range of the drone. By deploying the Range Extender down the shaft of the sewer, the pilot can control the robot from the surface. This prevents the need for the pilot to expose himself to risks or uncomfortable situations.
THE ACCESSORY THAT GOES THE EXTRA MILE
Deploy the Range Extender easily everywhere and keep control of Elios beyond obstacles.
SEARCH AND RESCUE
In many cases, the immediate surroundings of a rescue scene can be dangerous for the rescuers. Keeping a certain distance from it is, very often, necessary. By deploying the Range Extender from the pilot base inside the research area, the Elios pilot will increase the quality of the signal between the ground control station and the drone and, consequently, increase the range of the drone.
In environments such as underground galleries, stacks or mines, signal propagation can be limited by the geometry of the place to inspect and remotely operating a robot becomes difficult.