Energy & Utilities
Skyward for Energy Companies & Public Utilities
Drones are becoming the gold standard for inspecting vital infrastructure often, efficiently, and safely. From wind turbines to solar farms and transmission lines to hydroelectric power plants, drones can quickly go where humans can’t. Public utility agencies and energy companies use Skyward to know where they can fly, manage inspection schedules, and deploy quickly after a natural disaster or damaging weather event.
Plan Effective Operations
Plan flights, assign crews, and request near-instant access to fly in controlled airspace with LAANC.Learn More
Fly Complex Missions
InFlight, Skyward’s mobile app, brings the power of Skyward's airspace intelligence, flight planning, and risk assessment tools into the field.Learn More
Process Data Deliverables
Turn drone data into 2D maps and 3D models, analyze your data, and produce business-ready deliverables.Learn More
Drones in Energy and Utilities
Running low-risk, high-reward ops takes planning and buy-in from risk managers, legal teams, compliance, top-level executives—they’ll all want to know how you’ll comply with regulations, train your pilots, and operate efficiently.Download Now
2D Mapping & 3D Modeling
Turn drone data into business-ready deliverables
Skyward’s Drone Management Platform includes integrated Mapping & Modeling powered by Pix4D. Customers can create, view, measure, and export 2D maps and 3D models from Skyward’s web app.
Skyward is your single, trusted point of contact for all your drone program’s software, from pre-flight planning to post-flight processing. We can help you find a solution that meets your drone program’s needs — whether that’s an integrated solution or third-party software.
Skyward is also a premier Pix4D reseller:
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Southern Company Partners with Skyward, Verizon, and Hitec for BVLOS Test Operations
Skyward's Professional Services Team recently coordinated BVLOS test operations at Griffiss International Airport with our customer Southern Company, colleagues at Verizon, and Hitec at the NUAIR test facility.Read more