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Ingemont works on drone inspection of EMASESA collectors

The company Ingemont, based in Aerópolis, is part of an R&D project called SAAIC by which it participates in the validation of the system for the inspection of visitable collectors, belonging to the EMASESA Sanitation network, based on a system of remotely piloted aircraft (RPAS) or drone, which is capable of autonomous flights in confined interior spaces, accurately and safely.

Within the framework of this project, a test plan for indoor navigation has been carried out, as well as the integrated mission system, which incorporates a lighting subsystem, as well as a video transmission subsystem, in order to be able to analyze defects and anomalies detected in this type of space.

HIT SOLAR project

Ingemont also participates in the Hit Solar project, having implemented in its facilities a platform that, based on the forecast of demand / consumption in the next 24 hours, will plan the use of local generation resources in such a way as to optimize energy expenditure.

The objective of the project is the design and development of a system based on thermodynamic photovoltaic systems (hybrid solar collectors), for the dual solar collection in the form of heat and electricity, which allow optimizing the energy management of buildings.