Are you looking for a better way to inspect your offshore assets?
Traditional inspection methods can be dangerous, expensive, and time-consuming. Conducting an offshore drone or underwater ROV inspection can be a daunting task. You need to find a company you can trust to do the job right, and ensure that your safety is their top priority.
Skykam has been providing offshore drone and underwater ROV inspections for years, and we’re passionate about providing our clients with the best possible service.
We use only the latest and most advanced equipment to conduct our inspections, so you can rest assured that your safety is our top priority. You can trust us to provide you with a comprehensive report of our findings.
Skykam is based out of the North East of Scotland and provides offshore drone inspections for clients all over the world. Their team of highly skilled engineers have years of experience in the field and use state-of-the-art equipment to get the job done.
Whether you’re looking for a routine inspection or a more specialized service, Skykam is here to help.
We are Gold Certified Drone Safe – the most skilled, advanced, and safe operators available. We adhere to all Drone Safety protocols and have full Civil Aviation Authority licencing. We follow all Scottish drone laws.
Avoiding costly and time-consuming shutdowns is critical for any offshore oil and gas operation. Skykam provides full oil rig drone inspections, from aerial drones to underwater ROVs. We have the experience and expertise in oil and gas inspections. We conduct a thorough inspection of your offshore assets, and our priority is always your safety.
Skykam also offers a variety of robotic services, including internal pipe inspection crawlers, drones, and ROVs. This allows us to provide a comprehensive inspection of your offshore assets.
We can inspect the air, subsea and land to provide a comprehensive report of our findings.
A subsea ROV inspection is a process of inspecting the condition of offshore oil and gas infrastructure using a remotely operated underwater vehicle (rov). This type of inspection is used to identify damage or issues with pipelines, oil rigs, and other underwater infrastructure.
Our drones detect gas emissions from oil and gas operations through a number of methods. We use thermal imaging to detect heat signatures from leaks. This allows operators to identify and fix leaks before they cause any damage. Our drones can also be equipped with gas sensors to detect specific types of gas emissions. This allows for more targeted repairs and prevents any unwanted gas emissions from oil and gas operations.
Our offshore drone inspection can help identify any potential problems with an active flare tower on an offshore platform. Our drones can quickly and safely navigate around the flare to provide a detailed inspection report.
Flare tips are a critical part of any offshore oil and gas operation. They play a crucial role in the safe and efficient burning of gas. Skykam provides a visual inspection of flare tips, radiation shields and other key components using an offshore drone. This allows us to detect any potential problems with these components before they become a bigger problem.
Drones can be used to inspect offshore bridges for corrosion and other issues. They can fly close to the bridge to get a good look at the condition of the structure, and they can also fly under the bridge to check for damage or leaks.
One advantage of using drones for this purpose is that they have a camera that can look directly above itself or capture the whole 360. This gives operators a comprehensive view of the bridge and its surroundings.
This makes them a valuable tool for assessing the health of offshore bridges.
We only operate commercial-grade drones that are reliable and capable of completing the required tasks. Our drones are equipped with thermal imaging and other sensors that allow us to collect accurate data for offshore inspections. We have a team of experienced operators who are skilled in using drones for offshore inspections.
Our large weight drone means our drones hold up in the North sea winds and can safely complete. oil and gas inspections. A reliable choice for companies who need offshore drone inspections completed safely and accurately.
Drones can also be used to collect thermal data. This is important for offshore inspections, as it can help identify problems that are not visible to the naked eye. Thermal data can help operators identify issues with offshore infrastructure before they become a bigger problem.
We perform confined space inspections with our drones. This allows us to inspect areas that are difficult or dangerous to reach with traditional methods. This makes us a valuable tool for companies who need offshore inspections completed quickly and safely.
We have Work Class ROVs. Our work class ROVs are specifically designed for oil and gas inspections. Work class ROVs have powerful cameras and lights that allow them to see in murky conditions, and they have extended arms that can reach tight spaces.
Our drone operators can use manipulators to collect data and samples from difficult or dangerous locations. The manipulators can also be used to repair or dismantle offshore structures. This makes drones a valuable tool for companies who need offshore inspections completed quickly and safely
Offshore drone inspections can be used to detect and correct any offshore cable integrity issues. Our drones are equipped with thermal imaging and other sensors that allow us to detect problems with the cable before they become a bigger issue.
The main advantage of using a drone for offshore oil and gas inspections is that it is a safer and more efficient way to inspect oil rigs and other offshore infrastructure. Drones can fly close to oil rigs and other structures, which allows inspectors to get a closer look at potential problems or damage. Additionally, drones are able to fly in inclement weather conditions that would make it unsafe for traditional rope access.
A subsea ROV inspection is a process of inspecting the condition of offshore oil and gas infrastructure using a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV). This type of inspection is used to identify damage or issues with pipelines, oil rigs, and other underwater infrastructure.
Offshore oil and gas infrastructure that can be inspected using drones includes oil rigs, pipelines, and refineries. Drones can be used to conduct a visual inspection of these facilities to check for damage or leaks. Additionally, drones can be used to collect data about the oil and gas production process, which can help optimize operations.
Drones can collect a variety of data about offshore oil and gas production, including oil and gas flow rates, pressure readings, and temperature readings. This data can help oil and gas producers optimize their operations and improve production efficiency.
Compared to traditional methods of inspecting offshore oil and gas infrastructure, drones are able to gather more comprehensive data in a shorter amount of time. Additionally, drones can be used to inspect difficult-to-reach areas that are not accessible by humans. This allows oil and gas producers to identify issues with their facilities quickly and efficiently.
Skykam Drone Inspections uses a variety of equipment to conduct offshore oil and gas inspections, including internal pipe crawlers, magnetic hull inspections, subsea grabbers, aerial drones, inspection lighting and cameras. This equipment allows us to inspect oil rigs, pipelines, and refineries quickly and efficiently.
Skykam Drone Inspections use the latest in drone technology to carry out oil and gas inspections. Our drones are equipped with high-resolution cameras that can capture detailed images of offshore oil and gas infrastructure. Additionally, our drones are able to collect data about oil and gas production, which can help oil and gas producers optimize their operations.
Skykam Drone Inspections provides offshore oil and gas inspections to companies all over Scotland.
Skykam Drone Inspections provides offshore oil and gas inspections to companies all over Scotland, with a focus on the North East of Scotland. We work closely with companies in Aberdeen to provide them with drone services that help them inspect offshore oil and gas infrastructure quickly and safely.