A drone that guards the railway tracks

Technology has advanced so much that eventually it will replace man power ,BG-300 drones inspect ruptured railway lines and pour oil on rusty places. It is necessary to constantly inspect the railway tracks and now a drone has been developed to inspect them by walking on the tracks.


Whether it is Pakistan or the United States, it is necessary to constantly review the railway tracks. Human inspectors do their job for this, but they have to get out of their way when the train arrives. That is why a drone has now been built on the rail which has been named as Stalker BG300.


The drone, which is powered by a Norwegian company Nordic unmanned, has been developed. Its special wheels help it run like a train on a railway line. However, as soon as the train comes from the front, it feels it and rises in the air. After the train passes, he grabs the track again and starts walking on it. Many petals have been planted to blow it up.

Thanks to its special wheels, the drone runs on railway lines. It can also be slowed down to a speed of 20 kilometers per hour. This is because the slower speed makes it easier to inspect the tracks. Otherwise, drones can run very fast on these tracks and reach speeds of up to 200 kilometers per hour.

With the help of state-of-the-art cameras and sensors, it keeps track of tracks. If a part is rusting, it can be sprayed with oil. As soon as a train comes from the front, it immediately flies away. Due to its condition, it can move from one track to another.

The drone is designed to support the European railway network and will begin commercial production by mid-next year.

Coverage: 140KM


it is designed in such a way that it can operate on the railway track for consecutive 7 hours without any break, it can easily cover the distance up to 200 KM with speed of 20Km/h, in layman term a distance from Brussels to Amsterdam, in addition to that it can easily switch to on track from another if traffic is busy. It is expected that not only will it improve the service and quality of tracks but will also help to efficiently improve the maintenance work.