Perceptual Robotics announces new partnership with EuroEnergy with drone acquisition

Perceptual Robotics has entered into a new inspections partnership with global renewable investments company EuroEnergy, a company that has bases in the UK and Europe and which has been carrying out wind turbine inspections at EuroEnergy’s site in Greece earlier this year using its unique DOT drone and Dhalion system.
Perceptual Robotics announces new partnership with EuroEnergy with drone acquisition
Courtesy of EuroEnergy.

EuroEnergy, a subsidiary of The Libra Group, has now bought a Perceptual Robotics’ Dhalion drone, allowing them to conduct their own drone inspections going forward while receiving all the benefits of inspections’ analysis and reports from the Bristol-based company.

The Dhalion system is designed to undertake autonomous in-depth turbine inspections, collecting high-quality data from turbines in less than 20 minutes, and quickly analyse the data collected.

EuroEnergy is a renewable energy investment company with operating assets in Greece and Romania with a track record of acquiring, developing and operating more than 500 MW renewable energy assets across biogas, solar and wind power. The Libra Group is focused on six sectors: aviation, renewable energy, maritime, hospitality, real estate, and diversified investments, with subsidiaries active across six continents. Perceptual Robotics had impressed by offering a different type of inspection for its wind turbines.

“As one of the leading renewable energy companies with operating assets in Greece and Romania, ensuring we can keep our turbines at maximum output is essential to the success of EuroEnergy” said Theofanis Mermigkousis, COO of EuroEnergy. “Perceptual Robotics’ Dhalion drone has the benefit of being fully automated while allowing us to track the progress of any damage on our turbines over multiple inspections. This means we can ensure we are maintaining our assets to the best of our ability, cutting costs and increasing safety. We are delighted to enter into this partnership with Perceptual Robotics.”

Perceptual Robotics initially carried out inspections at EuroEnergy’s Tripoli site in the summer, doing everything in house to demonstrate the technology.

Engineers at EuroEnergy have now undergone training with Perceptual Robotics to operate their own Dhalion drone, allowing the company to carry out their own inspections in house on wind turbines and explore together solar panels inspection. Perceptual Robotics will continue to produce the results of each inspection within 48 hours, with EuroEnergy able to access the data anywhere in the world.

Kostas Karachalios, CEO of Perceptual Robotics, added that the two companies were exploring the possibility of using Dhalion to inspect EuroEnergy’s solar sites in the future.

“This is the beginning of a great partnership between EuroEnergy and Perceptual Robotics” said Mr Karachalios. “We are thrilled they have singled-out Dhalion as their inspection system of choice after experiencing the success of the system for themselves at inspections we carried out this summer. We look forward to strengthening this relationship over time with the possibility of inspecting EuroEnergy’s solar and other assets.”

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