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With 10-years' experience inspecting power generation assets, Cyberhawk is recognized as the world’s leading drone-based detailed inspection and data management company. Cyberhawk has completed more than 40,000+ flights for over 300 clients. Since the first flight, Cyberhawk’s teams have inspected thousands of blades and nuclear sites across the world.

Using our skilled pilots and specialized software, which allow us to accurately size and locate defects on the structure, our extensive expertise and sector knowledge is relied upon by industry bodies to set the standard.

Data Collection

Cyberhawk’s drone inspection solution delivers a comprehensive close visual inspection of an entire wind turbine, cooling tower or chimney stack. The benefits of this inspection allow the client to access hard to reach areas that would otherwise require rope access, scaffolding or cranes which are extremely hazardous and costly.

Data Processing

From Cyberhawk’s in-house inspection centers, our teams of inspection engineers analyze the data collected to categorize and report on the size and location of defects on all surfaces, in accordance with the agreed defect standard. Together with iHawk, our cloud-based visual asset management software, we deliver high-quality inspection results to operators and OEMs allowing them to maintain an up-to-date view of the condition of their asset. Our analysis and quality assurance process ensure inspection accuracy and efficiency, as inspectors need to view images only once.


Developed in-house by Cyberhawk engineers, our cloud-based visual inspection software, iHawk, uses a map-driven platform to access all inspection information intuitively and easily, including the reporting matrix and the underlying high-definition images and engineering commentary. It can be used as a central repository for data on all assets and can be used as a visual asset management tool for an entire asset portfolio.

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Industry Pioneers
Cyberhawk conducted the very first wind turbine blade inspection back in 2010 and since then, has inspected thousands of blades across the UK, Europe, and North America. Using skilled pilots, our extensive expertise and sector knowledge is relied upon by industry bodies to set the standard in the renewables sector.
Digital Solution
Our iHawk's Wind Categoriser Module allows us to efficiently categorize drone inspection data, which in turn is used by wind farm operators to maintain an up-to-date view of the status of their wind farms.
Faster, Safer, Smarter
We are replacing traditional methods of visual data collection. Manned helicopters and rope-access is no longer required, eliminating the dangers associated with working at height or in manned helicopters. Cyberhawk's drone-based data collection service is cheaper, faster and safer than traditional methods whilst providing a superior level of detailed data and service.
Avoid Cranes and Confined Entry
Cyberhawk conducted the world's first ASME-Section XI Code inspection of two concrete PWR containment domes. Our method replaces the traditional "man in a basket" hanging from a crane which was dangerous, and expensive.
Digital Reports to Track Defects Trend
iHawk versatility allows Cyberhawk engineers to digitalize inspection results by visualizing the asset and highlight the hot spots with close up imagery. Each finding is located, sized and tagged according to the client's defect. standard.
Industry Knowledge
Cyberhawk has partnered with Curtiss Wright who provide industry knowledge and support end-users in interpreting Cyberhawk's inspection results.

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Cyberhawk recently completed its first project in Turkey after being selected by a major wind farm operator to inspect a number of turbines across two wind farms. 

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