18 May Webinar - Aero Enterprise Demo
Identification of blade damage with the support of artificial intelligence
Aero Enterprise was founded in 2014 by Robert Hörmann as a start-up in Linz/Austria. Co-founder and Managing Director Peter Kurt Fromme-Knoch joined in 2015. Aero Enterprise focuses on digital and automated inspection of vertical objects of all kind – especially at on- and offshore wind turbines – with hardware and software, both developed in-house. The image data acquired with the AERO-SensorCopter and other autonomous drones are analysed for anomalies, supported by the in-house developed AERO-Software Package®. Aero Enterprise has been part of the German Buss Energy Group since 2020.
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In this webinar a live-demo of the AERO-Software Package will be presented, based on a case study. High-resolution image data of inspected objects are recorded using the self-developed flight robot AERO-SensorCopter®, which is specially designed to operate under harsh offshore wind conditions. The self-developed AERO-Software Package offers the opportunity to analyse, qualify and classify all acquired data as well as to generate reports. With the support of artificial intelligence respective anomalies can be discovered in their exact geo-location and position. The anomalies can be quantified in area and length and classified according to standardized classes and types. The result is an automated generated, complete and transparent IT-based report. This generated status report reflects the inspected object comprehensively.
Robert Hörmann, CEO/CTO
Robert founded Aero Enterprise in 2014 and he certainly has his roots in aviation. He was an officer and military pilot at the German Armed Forces. Further he was an aircraft mechanic and worked in the field of technical sales in several aerospace companies in Europe.
Christian Raml, Head of R&D
Christian completed his mechatronics studies with focus on robotics. He joined Aero Enterprise in the year 2015 as Head of Research and Development.