Software tools which help to detect asset deficiencies and degradation allowing for quantitative insight to improve asset life cycle planning, ROI and reduce environmental risks.
Drones and robotics
Autonomous unmanned vehicles (UAV) help to gain inspection data from hard to reach or unsafe areas and ensure consistent inspection
Digitalization of the assets help to map the gained data to asset components and allow visual rich user navigation to perform analysis. Field inspection can be supported using augmented reality on ATEX (explosion proof) tablets or holo-lens.
Computer vision, artificial intelligence algorithms and deep learning techniques allow to auto detect potential deficiencies and predict degradations for optimal maintenance planning
Multi spectral cameras
Advanced cameras using a combination of RGB, Infrared and FLIR allow to recognize material degradation, gas emissions, temperature (isolation) and deformation.
What Falcker will provide is software which allows intelligent analysis of sensory data Specifically drone photos of oil tanks.
Reduces manual complex
Increase time to
Always available, fully cloud
based both web and mobile.
Unmanned entrance in dangerous areas
Connectors to industry leading
software solutions and open
Falcker in joint collaboration with the Dutch Drone Company delivers the digitalization of the Oil Tank inspection program of the MOT in the harbor of Rotterdam. The MOT is a joint venture between Shell, BP, Esso, Aramco, Vopak and Zeeland Refinery.