GreenValley International stood out from hundreds of start-ups from over 77 countries globally to be selected to attend the FreeElectrons 2021, an open innovation program that connects start-ups and energy utilities to work together on cutting-edge solutions for potential deployment globally. LiPowerline, a point cloud processing software fully developed by GreenValley International, was introduced and promoted in this event.
LiPowerline serves as an industry-specific solution for identifying, analyzing, and reporting hazards that impact powerline corridors. As a standalone software, LiPowerline provides all related tasks with maintaining and operating electricity transmission, along with a packaged set of standard and advanced tools for distribution assets and classifying objects. Contained within the 3D point clouds, it will detect overgrown vegetation that encroaches upon user-defined powerline clearance zones under observed and simulated conditions.
Users can also generate detailed clearance zone violation reports that include precise locations where hazard mitigation must be completed. Outputs generated from the software can be visualized in LiPowerline's 3D view windows or exported to printable documents for delivery to vegetation managers, utility foresters, and arborists who maintain power grids for reliability and public safety.
With the incorporation of LiPowerline into its product ecosystem, GreenValley International provides fully integrated solutions for acquiring, processing, and analyzing point cloud datasets that enable utility managers to make timely and well-informed decisions.
Moreover, GreenValley International's cloud service will be offering AI image recognition for powerline inspection use. Coming soon, so keep an eye on our website for more information!