Satellite and drone monitoring

Electrical grid infrastructure
Using drones to monitor power transmission lines as well as automated data processing provide timely electrical grid infrastructure status and fault information.
Inspection of the electric route, pylons, wires and wire ropes, overhead line hardware, insulation, the upper section of pylons and cross arms
Determining pylon coordinates
Identification of potentially dangerous trees and shrubs
Identification of illegal buildings and other unauthorized objects within the protected zone
Determining the scope and conditions for clearing works and site expansion
Determining the geodesic coordinates and height of pylons
The drone data is processed and accumulated on a personalized geoportal.
Visualization in 2D and 3D
The geoportal provides 3D and 2D data visualization based on a digital model of terrain and metric specifications of overhead transmission lines including wire saggings. The geoportal also displays public resources data.
Information systems support
In addition to the monitoring results, the geoportal can display the data received from other information systems: dispatch control systems, maintenance and repair management systems, and other sources.
Compatible with all devices
Geoportal does not require any customized software and works with any operating system on any device: personal computers, tablets or smartphones.
Data can be presented as industry-standard tabular reports.
Drone monitoring makes it possible to not only identify natural threats and technical malfunctions, but also to simulate potential risks—for example, sagging of wires under the influence of wind and high temperatures
Economic effect
Reduced SAIFI (System Average Interruption Frequency Index)
Reduced SAIDI (System Average Interruption Duration Index)
Reduced cost of off-schedule repairs and post-accident damage control
Up-to-date and accurate information on available infrastructure facilities and their condition
Drones perform regular observation over construction facilities both in urban areas and on distant construction sites which are hard-to-reach for traditional monitoring.
Regular aerial photographic surveys
Surveys of the construction area including creation of an orthophoto map and a 3D model—to monitor workflow and identify deviations from the projec
Unauthorized activities control
Detection of unauthorized activities in the right-of-way, junctions and deviations from the master plan
Inventory and borders
Border control, land inventory, matching of land plots cadastral boundaries with the actual location of infrastructure facilities, violations detection
Thermal image inspection
Heat loss and bottleneck detection, equipment fault location
Georeferenced 3D model
3D model of road and infrastructure facilities, data export to CAD
Geodetic support
Bulk material warehouse capacity determination, quarries depletion assessment, excavation volume calculation
Remote land zoning
Using the remote land zoning data during road infrastructure facilities design, construction and operation
The droneport is an autonomous robotic base station for UAVs. A network of droneports allows to monitor construction work progress on a regular basis.
Fully automatic operation
Minimum human intervention during takeoff, landing and maintenance
Economic efficiency
Process automation saves specialists’ working time and allows concentrating on data analysis
A digital platform is developed to facilitate analysis of the data received from drones. The platform accumulates the results of aerial photographic survey, project documentation data, photos, videos, laser scans and 3D models.
Platform advantages
Remote collection of objective information about construction site current state, construction parameters and stages
Speeding up management decisions
Prompt detection of plan discrepancies—
as early as 24 hours after inspection
Easy tracking of differences in aerial photographic survey results
Facility volume, height, area and length measurement
360˚ panoramic view of the facility
Results, analysis reports and maps presentation
Solutions for drone monitoring of construction facilities can be used to identify construction errors, audit warehouse premises, estimate the state of the site and relief, as well as compare actual facility conditions with documented project requirements
Sitronics uses automated drone technology to monitor pressure lines and oil gathering pipelines.
Depending on the task, terrain relief and weather conditions various drones and different payloads are used: HD video camera, thermal imaging device, gas analyzer, high-resolution photo camera, airborne laser scanner and specialized software for processing the data received from an UAV.
Oil and oil products leak detection: monitoring of pipeline line sections and infrastructure facilities
Contractors’ performance control, construction and installation
repair and recovery works
Protected zone intrusion detection, intruders location, identification of potential illegal activity
Creation of high-resolution 1:500 - 1:5000 orthophoto maps and digital terrain model
Ecological mapping: determination of the boundaries of disturbed lands, dead forests, landfills
High performance as compared to traditional monitoring technologies —
ground inspection and helicopter overflights. Hard-to-reach areas observation at low altitude. No established airfield requirement: 15 minutes setup for takeoffs from any unprepared location.
Full data volume
Online video during site survey, daily detailed reports, orthophoto maps and digital terrain models
Visual comparison
of results
Orthophoto maps with 1:500 scale and less are generated on the basis of aerial photographic survey results. Orthophoto maps from different time frames can be superimposed via specialized software for visual comparisons
Monitoring in fog and poor illumination conditions
Thermal imaging identifies intruders by detecting their thermal radiation
Real-time control
Live video is broadcast to a mobile ground control station or an air traffic control tower, and the operator identifies violations requiring immediate response. The automatic target tracking module positions the camera, keeping the target in the center of the frame
Night-time control
Gyro-stabilized or ultra-high sensitivity cameras provide target identification night and day. The technology also allows vehicle route tracking and geo-location of stolen oil storage assets
Accuracy and functionality
Laser scanning provides data that can be used for creating 3D terrain models with an accuracy of a few centimeters. Various objects (structures, forest plantations, etc.) within 3D terrain models can be assigned to specific layers, and then activated or deactivated as appropriate
Gas analysis
High-altitude and low-altitude flight capabilities
Drone monitoring of pressure and oil gathering pipelines reduces expense of oil companies by minimizing helicopter flights, and increases work efficiency and quality
Urban areas
Satellite-based analysis serves for monitoring of fundamental
changes in the urban areas. Satellite images are the means for monitoring of heat and power supply, landscaping, ecological state of cities, as well as for tracking land use violations.
Drones can be sent to reinspect an area to get more details and define points of interests for inspectors to visit and to record any violations.
Droneports, or autonomous robotic stations with UAVs are a tool for swift monitoring of urban areas. The robotic stations facilitate area control, photo and video recording of trafic accident scenes, guarding of facilities, and monitoring the ecological situation at critical locations
Fully automatic operation
Minimum human intervention during takeoff, landing and maintenance
Economic efficiency
Process automation saves specialists’ working time and allows concentrating on data analysis
Drones detect ten times more violations in the region as opposed to traditional monitoring methods, and enhance the effectiveness of inspectors.

EV Charging

Smart сharging system
for electric vehicles
Sitronics Electro creates infrastructure for EV charging stations for private and corporate clients
Infrastructure of electric charging stations
charging stations
Providing municipal bus depots with high-power stations (up to 300 kW) for electrobus charging
Construction of electrical charging hubs based on fast charging stations with capacity of up to 180 kW in the city and on highways
в charging stations
Creation of infrastructure for EV charging stations of various capacity in shopping malls, business centres, residential areas, HoReCa, and other facilities
charging stations
Slow charging stations and comprehensive solutions allowing for balanced charging of electric vehicles at residential parking lots
Complete Solutions
Design, installation, construction and  commissioning
Turn-key projects—from initial cabling to daily operation
Connecting EV charging stations to proprietary management software, as well as integration of charging stations into Sitronics Electro mobile app, with support of the latest versions of OCPP
Software development
Charging infrastructure
management system
Development of the EVCS management system featuring individual station rate control, reports, statistics, remote control and other options
mobile app
Development of the EV drivers’ app offering EVCS search on the map, charging time management, online payment, and other features. Third party EV charging stations can be also added into the Sitronics Electro app
Maintenance and operation
Scheduled maintenance
and emergency repair
Monitoring of EVCS condition and infrastructure operability in all cities of presence. Own maintenance crews ensure high level of service according to SLA
Our call centre provides 24/7 support to EV drivers
Completed projects
Municipal network of charging stations in Moscow
Development and scaling of the EV charging infrastructure
Charging infrastructure for the municipal route in Nizhny Novgorod
Commissioning and launching the charging stations network for GAZelle e-NN shuttle minivans
The first and the only fast EV charging station in Ulyanovsk
Launch of the first fast charging station on the parking area of the AquaMall shopping centre
Ultra-fast charging stations in New Moscow
Construction work is underway for a depot with charging capabilities for 204 electrobuses. Project completion date: 1Q 2022
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Industrial IoT

Smart solution for real-time monitoring of employees and equipment movement.
In detail
Reduction of injuries and emergencies at work
Ensuring industrial safety
Improving the efficiency of personnel, production and logistics processes
Enables monitoring of industrial operations and inspection walkways
Registers violations and movement tracks
Alerts when employees enter hazardous areas
Provides logs and analytics
Mining industry
Monitoring at all stages of production, transportation and storage of mineral deposits
Industrial production and construction
Monitoring of production processes and industrial safety
Offices and public spaces
Monitoring of personnel, visitors, equipment
Emergency alerts
Indoor and outdoor

personnel efficiency


time consumed for production operations

Precise positioning UWB tracker accuracy is higher than the average industry standard—up to 1 meter
Fast deployment From 3 months
Personnel telemetry Instant alerts when parameters deviate from the norm
Scalable platform Solution can be customized to meet specific demands of the client
Remote control and monitoring
of employees’ life activities
Sitronics Smart Watch —
is a system for remote control of employees’ activity and health.
The solution core is a smart watch that can be used as a standalone device or collect information from plug-in modules. The system supports wireless data transmission of various types, and can be integrated into the existing infrastructure in many ways.
Carbon monoxide concentration measurement unit
of beacons
and server platforms
All components of the solution have been designed in Russia by Sitronics. The system software functionality can be adapted to the specific business production tasks.
Carbon monoxide level measurement
Alarms, reception and transmission of emergency signal if permissible concentrations of carbon monoxide are exceeded
Working team location finding, displaying geolocation on the inspector’s website
Work process management
New tasks assignment to employees
Tasks editing and deletion
Employee profile: personal data, list of tasks and their status
Work results monitoring
Completed tasks assessment
Working time tracking
Employee progress reports
Health status monitoring
Heart rate measurement
Body temperature measurement
Carriage rolling stock monitoring, diagnostics
and management system
Sitronics Group developed an analytical system for monitoring and diagnostics of equipment. The system tracks equipment condition by analyzing trends in specified parameters.
Creates a shared information space and provides software tools for organizing a centralized unified information exchange with interfaced information systems
Data processing
Performs analytical processing of data on the condition of internal systems and, if necessary, external systems. Visualizes information and generates data for the predictive analytics subsystem
Predictive analytics
Assesses general condition of the equipment and predicts potential mechanism failures. The subsystem also processes the received data and issues decision-making recommendations
Statistics and reporting
Stores operational system data, data for generating statistical reports, and an event log; serves to create report forms, edit, generate and send the generated reports
Railway car digital
passport subsystem
Generates digital passport data automatically and keeps it updated
Railway car digital passport
Identification data
Owner, serial number, railway car type and model, design and technical specifications
Operational record
Service life, mileage, information on last repairs and railway car operation in the selected time period
Railway car health index
Faults record
Predictive analysis-based recommendations
Making repairs based on actual data
Minimizing equipment failures and enhancing reliability
Technical condition prediction
Service life extension
Health index—calculations based on performance specifications
Operation and maintenance recommendations
Reduction of monitoring and condition estimation costs
Smart things
Sitronics Group has developed a solution for integrating smart technologies into clothing and accessories
Smart clothes
Workwear and casual wear can gain additional functionality to ensure comfort and safety.
Clothes have built-in sensors and a video camera for human health and equipment status monitoring, mobile supervising of environmental and ecological parameters.
from 40 to +60°С
clothes operating temperature
up to 1–3 meters
position location accuracy
up to10 meters from the point
video recording activation and deactivation radius
Measures temperature level, concentration of carbon dioxide, methane, sulphur dioxide, chlorine, methanol, and radiation
Performs online and offline video recognition of hazardous situations
Tracks geolocation and sends the data to smartphone
Body temperature and heart rate measurement
Travelled distance
measurement and route tracking
Defining the zone beyond which an alarm will be sent
Heating elements control to maintain a comfort temperature inside the clothes
Smart accessories
Sitronics Group creates smart accessories helping to monitor health, locate family members, relatives and close friends, and quickly find lost or stolen items.
The bracelet measures body temperature, heart rate, determines geolocation and can send an alarm to relatives’ mobile phone.
Smart glasses have a wide-angle video camera with recording feature. If necessary, smart glasses functionality can be expanded with the augmented reality option.
14 hours
duration of video
recorded by the glasses
30 days
The time of glasses camera records storage on the server


Sitronics Video Analytics Platform
Russian video analytics platform. Provides computer vision-based control of personnel and business processes.
In detail
What does the platform consist of?
VMS features and out-of-the-box computer vision modules that cover more than 80% of business needs. Customized user analytics can be added on request.
High speed of system deployment and model training
Fields of Application
Industry analytics
Visual inspection of raw materials and products
Monitoring the condition of equipment
Safety control
Perimeter security
Detection of weapons in picture
Face recognition
Smoke and fire detection
Vehicle accounting and access control
Monitoring hazardous situations
Locating lost items
Monitoring of human actions
Monitoring of staff performance
Personal protective equipment control
Surveillance of personnel in hazardous areas
Monitoring visitors and queues
Vehicle control
Recognition of railway car numbers and vehicle license plates
Movement tracking
Trajectory recognition
Determination of average speed
15 out-of-the-box computer vision modules
Development and installation of additional modules
Third-party module integration
Support of over 50 camera manufacturers


Dozens of hi-tech solutions are installed on board modern-day vessels. Their task is to ensure crew safety and maximum awareness of the situation, both inside and outside the ship. Such technologies are developed and implemented by Sitronics Group.
Vessel automation
and control systems
Specialized safety
assurance systems
Navigation and radio
communication systems
Vessel automation
and control systems
Specialized safety
assurance systems
Navigation and radio
communication systems
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Onshore equipment
Sitronics Group provides digital development of onshore systems for swift interaction with vessels.
Advanced communication technology enables onshore services to receive full information about nearby vessels in real-time and to control their movement. Uninterrupted communication within the system is maintained by all available satellite, mobile and wireless local channels.
Vessel traffic system
GNSS augmentation equipment
e-Navigation solutions
Automatic identification system
Solutions enabling autonomous navigation
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Cartographic systems
Sitronics Group develops cartographic systems for real-time monitoring of navigational situation, allowing the vessel to swiftly adjust its heading. The system displays the surface space status and provides quick control over the alarm system and integrated equipment.
Onshore cartographic centre
Geoinformation systems
Regional and basin centres of the system for collection and online transmission of updated electronic navigation charts
Navigation chart remote transmission infrastructure
Cartographic server
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Sitronics Group created a platform for development of unmanned navigation technologies via computer simulation in a virtual environment. The platform emulates the autonomous vessel control system and allows practicing unmanned navigation.
MAV personnel training and certification
Port expertise
Testing the MAVs capabilities to enter a port and maneuver within its water area
MAV certification and testing
Testing MAVs in the course of construction, as well as certification tests of the MAV control system in a virtual environment before admission to real acceptance tests
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Solution for the efficient operation of computing systems and centralized management of IT infrastructure.
Allows to increase performance and optimize costs related to information technologies.
In detail Webinar
Import-independent solution. Entirely developed
in Russia
Focusing on market requirements and customer needs
High reliability
User-friendly interface
Platform integration
Intuitive integration with legacy infrastructure
Detailed documentation and expert support
Enterprise level features at the price of the standard version
User-friendly centralized control
The solution easily manages:
Virtualization software and virtual machines
Distributed storage system software
Network environment and system status monitoring software
Network environment and access security parameters
Documentation and certificates
GAGARI>N compatibility certificate
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