Since 2012, Dielmo 3D has been processing and analyzing LiDAR data to report clearance distances and vegetation encroachment of over 200 000 km of distribution and transmission lines in Australia.
For the ninth consecutive year, Dielmo is in charge of carrying out the acquisition and study with LiDAR for maintenance of electrical lines in Australia of different distribution and transmission electric companies. The objective is, year after year, to detect risk areas and study the evolution of them to plan the actions in an efficient and precise way.
The main function of DIELMO in this project is to carry out the analysis of hundreds of km of power lines per week to detect risk areas (detection of dangerous vegetation, violations in minimum safety distances and falling trees among others). Once the risk parameters and needs of the client are known, DIELMO optimizes and adapts its methodology and work to obtain the desired result.