Power/Pipeline Inspection

Protect it with Real-Time Visibility

The safe, reliable, and effective transportation of energy and fuel through the nation’s vast network of pipelines and transmission lines is a major concern for many utility companies, local, state, and federal government agencies, and the general public. 

By utilizing a TASE Imaging System on your manned or unmanned aircraft, you enable early detection, reduce costly service downtime, repairs, and environmental damage; and reduce or eliminate long and costly environmental cleanups and litigation. 

Natural Hazards

  • Rock slides and erosion
  • Flooding
  • Wine and storm damage
  • Right-of-way (ROW) issues

System Maintenance Hazards

  • Corrosion
  • Leaks
  • Damaged Infrastructure
  • Encroachments

The TASE400 BLK II  next generation system is SWaP+C (low size, weight, power and cost) optimized, enhancing the ability of utility companies and emergency management services to make critical operational and safety decisions day or night. It features a mid-wave infrared camera with continuous optical zoom down to 1.7 field of view (FoV). Our imaging systems utilize High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC). H.265 has a significantly higher compression ratio which preserves more of the original image. Detecting anomalies in your infrastructure before they have a chance to cause failures has significant environmental and financial benefits. 

Utilizing unmanned aircraft for inspections is now becoming cost-effective and is already employed in situations when it would take too long or expose manned aircraft to dangerous terrain. Collins Aerospace can offer you high-clarity imaging and precision UAV Flight Control Systems that work together with a seamless system solution from a single source.   


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ROW maintenance is currently the priority for most P&P owners. In your opinion what is the second?