North Sea drone emissions campaign extended

Further trials are scheduled in the North Sea early next year of a methane emissions monitoring service. In partnership with gas sensor specialist SeekOps and UK North Sea majors Total, Chrysaor and BP, Flylogix is currently developing a measurement technique focused on offshore asset monitoring. Since the first trial in August, the company has organized…

Thriving through uncertainty

Chris Adams, business development director at Flylogix discusses how the lifting of lockdown restrictions is affecting his businesses. Telegraph journalist Simon Lewis interviewed Flylogix’ business development director Chris Adams to understand how this leading technology business has manged the disruption of COVID-19 and what changes to working arrangements are enabling the company to continue to…

Flylogix soaring ahead

The executive chairman of unmanned aerial vehicle firm Flylogix said it is “very fortunate” to have enjoyed success in recent months despite the Covid-19 pandemic. In a recent interview with Energy Voice, Flylogix executive chairman Charles Tavner shares his experience on the challenges of the last few months but also how the Covid-19 pandemic has…

What’s all the buzz about?

It may be what gave them their name, but it’s what we hate most about them: drones are a pain in the ears. The race is on, before they are pressed into service, to cure this device’s greatest headache. Sarah Claridge, writing for Engineering and Technology, considers some of the wider impacts of seeing drones…