Marshall Futureworx unveils Lilypad, an AI-powered autonomous UAV inspection system for offshore wind farms

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By (Paul Brackley) Marshall Futureworx has unveiled a system of autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that could revolutionise how offshore wind farms are inspected. The company, the venture building and advanced technologies arm of Marshall of Cambridge, said its ground-breaking Lilypad ecosystem utilises artificial intelligence and navigational sensors, enabling the drones to go beyond the visual line of sight (BVLOS). Deployed from offshore charging stations, the UAVs can be monitored by a single remote pilot in an onshore command and control centre, cut…

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