It involves the development of an infrastructure inspection and maintenance system based on drone technology in civil engineering, electrical infrastructures and petrochemical infrastructures
In October the headquarters of Ingemont Technologies S.A. hosted the final certification meeting of the project DREAM (ITC-20181133): Drones to increase Efficiency, Safety and Environmental Protection in Infrastructure Maintenance.
This project has been financed by the CDTI and co-financed by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities and the European Fund for Regional Development (FEDER) within the framework of the FEDER INNTERCONECTA 2018 program, and has had the participation of a consortium made up of six Spanish companies led by Elimco Aerospace.
The main objective of the project Dream has been the development of an inspection and maintenance system based on drone technology that covers the main needs in the sectors of civil engineering, electrical infrastructures and petrochemical infrastructures.
The project has been carried out in a consortium by the companies Elimco Aerospace, Cemosa, Cualicontrol, Alter Technology, Rovimática and Ingemont and in collaboration with the CATEC Technology Center and Aicia.
Ingemont has participated mainly in the design and definition of new inspection and maintenance procedures adapted to new technologies and in the validation activities of the developed systems.
The project has concluded satisfactorily, with the technical objectives set in the application phase being materialized and significant advances have been obtained in the technologies covered.