Headline Sponsor – Press Release


Texo DSI Ltd is pleased to announce that they are headline sponsors of the TotalDECOM 2017 event which takes place on 27th – 29th March 2017, in Manchester.
TotalDECOM is the annual event for the decommissioning industries. Now in its fourth year, TotalDECOM has firmly established itself as the leading cross sectoral decommissioning exhibition and conference, both in the UK and internationally.
Each year, TotalDECOM brings together the latest technologies and thought leaders, from the Oil & Gas, Nuclear, Defence and Waste Management industries.
Texo DSI Ltd own and operate the world’s most comprehensive and dynamic fleet of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, incorporating advanced multi-rotor and fixed wing RPAS (Remote Pilot Aircraft System); delivering ‘game changing’ aerial inspection and survey solutions.

Shelley Regan, Commercial Development Manager of Texo DSI Ltd said: “We are absolutely delighted to announce our headline sponsorship of this prestigious event. Decommissioning is a key operational sector for our business and we are confident that no other commercial drone company can offer as comprehensive a survey and inspection service as Texo DSI Ltd for decom clients. TotalDECOM will be an excellent showcase for our trail-blazing technology.”

Shelley added: “We have developed the most advanced fleet of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles deployed with state-of-the-art survey and inspection technology anywhere in the world.  Our market-leading fleet of UAV platforms and associated survey and inspection technology is ideally placed to service the demanding needs of the decommissioning sectors.”

The use of Remotely Operated Ariel Vehicles or UAV’s for survey and inspection has grown tremendously over the last number of years.

The technology is very much welcomed as an integral part of the survey and inspection landscape and plays a crucial role in the pre-project planning and initiation of decommissioning projects. Texo DSI Ltd’s UAV survey and inspection offering will represent a ‘game-changer’ for the global decommissioning sectors – giving clients unsurpassed levels of survey data and accuracy; all of which are crucial for successful project outcomes.

UAV technology represents a much safer survey and inspection method than deploying personnel on ropes; it is now one of the most efficient and accurate ways of surveying  assets, primarily in Texo DSI’s Survey-Grade LiDAR technology (with survey accuracy of 1mm-3mm).

For more information about Texo Drone Survey and Inspection Ltd please visit www.texodroneservices.co.uk

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