Near Real-Time Reporting
System for Pipeline Patrol
InstiMaps is an end-to-end pipeline patrol threat detection and reporting system. InstiMaps uses advanced airborne sensors, real-time artificial intelligence (AI) and LTE communications to detect, identify and report imminent threats from aircraft patrolling geographically distributed critical assets in near real-time. Imagery and identified threats are delivered within minutes of detection, in formats that can be seamlessly integrated into customer asset management platforms.
The InstiMaps Cloud supports company-wide operations, simultaneously publishing threats from multiple InstiMaps-equipped aircraft across the network
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Near Real-time Threat Reports, Post-Flight Encroachment Reports and Digital Maps
InstiMaps consists of a sensor pod, antennas, a tablet computer and a self-contained payload management system that are collectively Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) compliant. The airborne sensors system includes high resolution visible (Red-Green-Blue) and Long Wave Infrared (LWIR) cameras.
InstiMaps Is Future Proof
Not only has American Aerospace developed the InstiMaps hardware/software solution for aerial pipeline patrol, we are also actively developing future-proof platforms to carry the payload. We are looking for pipeline companies to share this journey with us.
Digital technology enhances ability to detect threats to pipeline integrity.
Our FAA-certified pod can be readily installed on your
Long Range UAS
Our AiRanger carries InstiMaps over long distances and we are leaders in addressing regulation
For emergency response, First Responders need to know the best routes to gain access to affected areas. Knowing if bridges survived the storm is important. Incident Commanders can task aircraft to gather imagery using InstiMaps. Georectified imagery is rapidly delivered to customer GIS platforms or viewed in an InstiMaps Web Map, Incident Commanders can see the condition of roadways and plan routes accordingly. The left image shows an nRT webmap of a proposed access route. Zooming in (right), the bridge is still standing. Zooming further (center) the same bridge can be viewed at a higher zoom level. Imagery from pre-incident flights can be displayed to compare conditions.
South Jersey Emergency Response Event NARTP
U.S. Forest Service UAS Demo Validates Capabilities
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Human-Capital Force Multiplier
Drones bring cell service to areas hit by major storms
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For additional information please contact AATI at email@example.com