Large UAV Will Survey Florida’s Grid For Storm Damage

Based on Navmar’s Teros large UAV, FPLAir One can fly up to 1,000 mi. inspecting electricity transmission infrastrcucture.
Credit: Florida Power & LIght
As it prepares for the Atlantic hurricane season, utility Florida Power & Light (FPL) has introduced a first-of-its-kind large uncrewed aircraft that will be able to survey the electric grid across the state to detect storm damage and speed repairs. Developed by Navmar Applied Sciences (NASC) as the...

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