Innovation

To optimise costs and timeframes at your HVB substation sites, Dorsalys offers innovative solutions such as prefabricated containers and mobile units.

Our prefabricated containers mean renewal and commissioning of a bay’s instrumentation and control system can take place in just a week.

Christophe PéruBusiness manager for the containers activity

Dorsalys produces prefabricated equipment to save time, optimise certain costs and improve the availability of a structure. 
We design, produce and deliver containers that include all instrumentation and control elements and auxiliary services, pre-connected and pre-tested in our workshops.
This means renewal and commissioning of a bay’s instrumentation and control system can take place in just a week.

We have also designed mobile units to link two temporary HVB connections.
This way, energy transit is only interrupted for two days instead of a month when renovating an HVB bay. These mobile units are also used during extension works or maintenance operations in the event of damage.

Dorsalys produces prefabricated equipment to save time, optimise certain costs and improve the availability of a structure. 
We design, produce and deliver containers that include all instrumentation and control elements and auxiliary services, pre-connected and pre-tested in our workshops.
This means renewal and commissioning of a bay’s instrumentation and control system can take place in just a week.

We have also designed mobile units to link two temporary HVB connections.
This way, energy transit is only interrupted for two days instead of a month when renovating an HVB bay. These mobile units are also used during extension works or maintenance operations in the event of damage.

drone-based LiDAR surveys

Long treated as an afterthought in terms of innovation, maintenance and engineering of HVB infrastructure are now undergoing major changes. 
Dorsalys teams are replacing the traditionally used topographical surveys with drone-based LiDAR surveys, and 3D pylon design is now widely used. 
Artificial intelligence and augmented reality now allow us to establish electrical areas and project underground networks when carrying out trench work.
Our specialists will soon be able to perform smart inspections using drones or helidrones, as well as carry out automatic and predictive identification of anomalies on our networks.

Avelin - Gavrelle: an innovative site

3D pylon design