CD600 is a multirotary hardware assembled and tested by Drone.UA. This complex is designed specifically to obtain high-definition aerial photomapping data. It has a durable and safe chassis perfect for industrial tasks.
The configuration of the drone offers the possibility of continuous flights and is capable of scanning areas of up to 150 ha on one take-off.
Ready to Fly Package
The drone set includes an automatic pilot with a GPS package and a compass, a 2 km range telemetry block (this can be increased to 40 km if required), battery, battery charger and a power supply, control console and ground station software. Modules for on-line transmitting and receiving video signal is also included in the set.
To complete the drone, why not add a fully customized automatic pilot system, which allows it to navigate a predetermined route. Navigation can be carried out in automatic mode, including both take-off and landing without the need for any special piloting skills. To make a flight plan simply measure the area, launch the drone and control the navigation process from the ground station. Once the route has been executed the drone will return to the launch point if a contingency occurs.
Computer or tablet control is also possible.
Camera Stabilization and Photomapping
Using the very latest technology this three-axis stabilization facilitates t high-quality data whether in video or photographic form.
To scan an area, simply plan a route setting optimal overlap values for shots and photomapping intervals for the sensor.
Ortophotomaps and 3D-Maps
Optional software allows the creation of ortorectified materials, which can be used in any geoinformation system environment. Data from the deck of the device allows it to build ortophotomaps which are accurate within 1-5 m, and to increase precision to several centimetres in the presence of overland checkpoints, getting spatial resolution from 1-3 cm for pixel.
Cameras and Sensors
As an option we offer a range of cameras and sensors for agricultural use, photo and video filming and inspecting.
For agricultural use we modify the cameras GoPro and Canon PowerShot, so that they record near infrared of the spectrum for further analysis of vegetative index NDVI. This camera can also evaluate distant vegetation status.
The drone can also be adapted to include thermal imaging camera for heat radiation fixing.