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Windtech International March April 2024 issue






Wind tower access has traditionally required the use of cranes, bucket trucks, or repelling teams. Helical Robotics engineers have created ways to streamline the work using remote-controlled, robotic devices that can scale a wind tower.

Their robotic platforms can be fitted with a wide range of devices from cameras and non-destructive testing equipment, to robotic arms and lifts. Recently, Helical Robotics unveiled their newest platform, the HR-1000LL. This newest system helps to expand their offering of robotic platforms, by allowing a single operator to lift hundreds of pounds up tower. The multiple designs from Helical Robotics cover payloads from light cameras to heavy industrial equipment. Using their new technology, technicians have a real-time view of tower maintenance operations from on board cameras, and offsite personal can view the progress live.
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