Drone Technology Used for Hawaiian Electric Aerial Inspections in Kāʻanapali Area on April 3: Maui Now

Hawaiian Electric announced on April 3, 2024, that they will be using drones for aerial inspections of their infrastructure in the Kāʻanapali, West Maui area. From 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., as long as the weather permits, the unmanned aircraft will be used during this time for inspection purposes.

In accordance with Federal Aviation Administration regulations, Hawaiian Electric has implemented safety, training, operating and privacy procedures to ensure that their drones are operated safely for both the public and crews during the inspection process. The company’s Hawaiian Electric Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) program is designed to provide an efficient and effective way to monitor their infrastructure in the Kāʻanapali, West Maui area. By utilizing this technology, Hawaiian Electric can accurately assess any potential issues or maintenance needs with their infrastructure, ensuring the safety and reliability of their services for their customers.

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