Aerial Intelligence For Railway

Railway Survey

Garud Surveys serve the purpose of overseeing and ensuring project progress, accountability, and enhanced efficiency. These surveys are helpful in examining railway fundamentals including bridges, OHE (overhead equipment), roofs, and low-access railway structures. This facilitates continuous inspection while reducing blockages and life-threatening risks. The comprehensive approach of these surveys addresses capacity concerns and removes uncertainties on broad railway tracks. Our platform empowers us with valuable insights, not only reducing ground team expenses and hazardous operations but also accelerating data storage and increasing robustness.

Drones find application in the railway survey by generating high-resolution maps for proposed rail lines, building 3D station models for visualization and preparing accurate area blueprints. Leveraging GIS (Geographic Information System) data, we can generate 3D models for project managers to measure track lengths and chart potential construction hazards. The Garud survey proves valuable in inspecting demanding areas, incorporating periodic property valuations, examining challenging terrain such as bridges and tunnels, monitoring electrification efforts along extensions of railway tracks, and checking joints, fractures or structures Is. In addition, the importance of the Garud survey extends to rapidly assessing damage to the railway network and providing critical insights to emergency personnel who act as primary responders during natural disasters.


use of drone in Railway

Drones have found significant applications in the railway industry, revolutionizing various aspects of operations, maintenance, and infrastructure development. Here are some key uses of drones in railways: