Telefónica Tech, Serveo Navalair, experience with drones

Alongside Navalair, Serveus And Telefónica Tech have carried out a pilot experiment with drones for the Community of Madrid which makes it possible to inspect roads and analyse any incident with the aim of speeding up the response and optimising road safety.

Serveo and Telefónica Tech have performed for the Community of Madrid An innovative pilot that allows Inspect with drones Both the Car Accidents as the Condition of your roads. This is a pioneering project that shows the potential of drone technology to promote safe mobility, Efficient and sustainable.

Both companies have carried out, together with the operator Navalair, A drone flight out of visual range of 4,6 kilometers from the Road Maintenance Center of the North Zone in La Cabrera (Madrid) to a simulated accident at the kilometer point 1+300 of the M-631 highway with the aim of optimising the inspection of accidents and speeding up the response of the Serveo service to critical situations.

Drone technology will make it possible to assess the scene of any incident that occurs on the roads, speed up the response of the conservation and emergency services and improve the care of the people involved in the incident. In addition, They provide a complete bird's-eye view of the accident scene that can be especially useful for further investigation of the facts in the event of complex accidents.

Also, simultaneously, The pilot project has inspected 13 kilometers on the M-608 highway with LiDAR technology using a drone piloted from a moving vehicle, in order to obtain a cloud of points for subsequent treatment and analysis by Serveo and the Directorate-General for Roads, Housing Counseling, Transport and Infrastructure of the Community of Madrid to plan the actions necessary to improve the road safety of the infrastructure.

"This project demonstrates Serveo's commitment to road safety and efficient infrastructure management, Placing us at the forefront of implementing innovative solutions to drive safer and more sustainable transport”, explains Cristina Aragón, innovation manager at Serveo

For his part, Alfredo Serret, Global Head of IoT at Telefónica Tech, Says: "We are very proud to carry out this innovative project with drones in the field of mobility that will improve road safety and speed up the response in the event of accidents. Represents, No doubt, an exciting step forward in the management of transport infrastructures and the prelude to carrying out this type of flight in the future with 5G technology".

"This project has been a great challenge for our company. We have once again been able to demonstrate that the technology used with drones is a great tool when it comes to obtaining data and images, among other of its many uses, with the success of the operation", adds Pedro J. Capote, CEO of the operator Navalair.

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