Aerial Inspection Tool

Aeriosense provides industry leading Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) based inspection tools for elevated infrastructures and other difficult to access components. Make your inspection safer, faster and smarter!

Automated Aerial Inspection


Elevated infrastructure inspection is dangerous and costly. Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) have the potential to reduce the cost of inspections by more than 50% and eliminate significant safety risks. However, manually flying the drone around complex structures such as transmission towers is slow and require an experienced pilot, ultimately making UAS less cost effective.

Aeriosense addresses these challenges by automating the flight control of the UAS. We provide a preset flight path that targets the key locations of the structure. The UAS then automatically executes the flight path based on intuitive “go”, “pause” inputs from the operator.

Our approach allows for on the fly reporting that integrates with client’s existing asset management software, facilitating automated dataflow. Using our solution can save a significant amount of planning and reporting time per typical inspection day.

Aeriosense offers the full aerial inspection package, saving clients the time and effort of assembling inspection solution components from multiple vendors.

Aeriosense in Action



Meet our team


Our team brings together a diverse range of experiences in asset management and condition assessment, robotics, avionics and computer vision to provide innovative infrastructure inspection solutions.


Alex Babakov
10 years of experience in electric utilities working in asset and condition assessment, previously with Powertech Labs a subsidiary of BC Hydro. P. Eng, BAsc Engineering Physics.
Owen Chang
Software development expert. Previously at Texas Instruments. BAsc Computer Engineering.
Kyle Demski
Aviation Systems Engineer with 5 years’ experience developing unmanned aerial systems, previously with Heleport Inc., Crimson Aerospace and the Canadian Space Agency. BAsc Engineering Physics.

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