Vibration analysis on a 1927 schooner named Trinakria
Experienced in vibration and electrical diagnosis of industrial machines and in the search for faults in electrical equipment and photovoltaic panels, the Dynae specialists put their know-how to work for Trinakria. This 50m schooner, which left the Austrian shipyard of Wienerwerft in 1927, was completely restored in 2014. It now has five luxurious cabins.
An artificial intelligence capable of detecting faults in photovoltaic power plants
Dynae teams have been using a drone in recent years with an on-board infra-red camera to take aerial shots.
Automating the detection of faults on images makes it possible to avoid having to review them and issue the diagnosis faster.