Fukushima firm develops drones for inspection of wind turbines | The Japan Times

2022-08-08 06:51:36 By : Ms. Michelle Zou

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With drones increasingly being used in Fukushima Prefecture for various purposes including agriculture and disaster prevention, a local firm has developed a system to utilize them to inspect wind turbines.

Fukushima Sangikyo, a company in the city of Fukushima that develops and produces communications equipment, succeeded in developing the system after repeated trial and error. It has since obtained a patent.

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