A micro-drone designed for inspections and 3D reconstructions in urban areas.
This ultra-compact, ready-to-fly system is ideal for precision mapping and surveying in critical areas.
It comes equipped with gps and autonomous flight functions, while the ITALDRON CONTROLLER app makes possible the formulation of even complex photogrammetric flight plans.
Its weight of less than 300 grams means that it can be used in urban areas without the pilot training otherwise required under the law.
MICRO UAV ready for flight, with GPS video and telemetric transmission
SONY 16.3Mpx camera / Full HD with 180° or 75° lens and manual tilt
16 CHANNEL radio control
Carbon blade guards
High-contrast monitor with diversity antennas and LI-PO battery
1 LI-PO battery for 10 minutes of flight (depending on conditions)
RUGGED transport case
Italdron controller app
- Weight 250g (without blade guards)
- Resistance to wind 4m/s
- Dimensions without blades and blade guards 18 x 19.5 x 7 cm
- Operating range 500 m LOS
- Maximum altitude 150 m LOS
- Maximum hover ceiling 650 m LOS
CMOS sensor at 16-2 megapixel / full HD on microSD screen
Automatic / manual remote imaging
Camera adjustable by 90°
Preview on LCD monitor on the ground
- Radio control transmitter with manual and assisted mode.
- Rugged ground station to set up the autonomous flight, image preview and information on a 7’’ Android tablet.
- Ip 67 briefcase.
- Lithium battery powered ground controller with flight information.
- GCS Control: Parameter control software, built on Android tablet to set waypoints and flight settings.
All you need ... in the palm of your hand.
Italdron Controller is an operating system that makes it possible to manage the entire Italdron fleet using a single device.
This instrument is outfitted with a simple, effective interface designed by professionals and for professionals, and it is 100% “Made in Italdron”.
Drone LiDAR vs Photogrammetry: A Technical Guide
In a recent article at our sister site UAV Expo News, editor Jeremiah Karpowicz laid out some basic facts about these two capture technologies. The piece is a fantastic first stop for consumers of data who want to dig through the hype and hyperbole to determine the right kind of sensor for their needs.
That piece included a lot of advice from experts in the field, including Lewis Graham, president and CTO of the GeoCue Corporation and general pillar of the survey scene. Graham offered so much useful technical detail that wouldn’t fit into the piece that we decided to give his advice a separate spotlight.
Don't let the risk be your accomplice!
A cornerstone of the Italdron philosophy from the start, as well as one of the company’s strong points, is its concern for safety.
Safety is a concept that has to do with the full spectrum, all 360°, of each and every phase of activities in this sector.
Italdron is the first European company to have installed on its products some of the most effective safety devices available, such as the automatic parachute and redundancy for the autopilot and the sensors.