Nordic energy company will use drones to inspect power lines

As one of the very first energy companies in the world, Norway's Statnett plans to use drones and eventually artificial intelligence to monitor electricity cables.

Soon, drones will begin to buzz around the Norway's high voltage network and inspect power lines.

As one of the world's first utilities, Norwegian Statnett plans on using drones and artificial intelligence to monitor and inspect the country's power cables.

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