Wind turbine inspectors have been using DJI technology for quite a while to better inspect these assets. When conducting inspections, energy companies need to turn off the turbines, meaning inspectors need to be as quick as possible to minimize lost output. Currently, when this is done, the goal is to stop the turbine in a convenient Y shape so inspections can be done rapidly with a downward camera. As this often is not the case, drone pilots are often limited by a downward configuration, and need to fly precariously close to get the right data. With the ability to configure an upwards facing gimbal, the M210 and M210 RTK drones are able to completely capture turbine by shifting between upward and downward configurations.