Listen to our first live Dock talk on April 25. You’ll hear from new faces leading visionary transformations and driving the innovation behind Skydio Dock and Remote Ops.
SAN MATEO, Calif. — In December, the world saw firsthand how Skydio Dock and Remote Ops are paving the way for intelligent and autonomous inspection of critical infrastructure. We heard from early customers about how they’re putting Docks to work in some of the most challenging inspection missions (if you missed the event, give it a watch).
As more Docks continue to take flight, we’re excited to invite you back to the first of many live Dock talks, giving you a fresh look at how innovation and use cases continue to evolve from the field. In this talk, we’ll show you new Dock features and features that power some great missions with leading aid organizations.
You’ll hear from new faces leading visionary transformations and driving the innovation behind Skydio Dock and Remote Ops. You will learn about autonomous substation unit inspection using dock-based drones, providing substation unit inspections for pre- and post-shift thermal inspections, manual meter readings on substation controllers, and autonomous security patrols.
Bring your curiosity and questions – this session is not to be missed.
Join the live talk to understand:
- How Docks automatically inspects substation switches for pre- and post-switching.
- How automated thermal missions can improve CAIDI/SAIDI scores by identifying problems before they cause major system problems or a crash.
- How leading utility organizations bring greater accountability, efficiency and safety when inspecting power lines in harsh environments during the severe wildfire season and why Docks improves the Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) process.
- What AI-powered inspections do to help avoid short-term outages and improve system reliability through routine inspection data recorded throughout the year helps utilities predict maintenance needs in advance and remove nuisances that affect MAIFI results.
- How Docks help deter attacks on substation infrastructure and provide critical monitoring and response in natural disaster situations.
- How top utility organizations are preparing to deploy Docks within their infrastructure – including the organizational, regulatory and financial requirements needed to scale this reality.