Specifically developed for autonomous, long-duration flights, the Recon One is capable of carrying payloads of over 500 grams (under special configurations).
Application-specific sensors (thermal infrared, multi-spectral or mirror-less RGB) make it an ideal platform for hotspot detection (e.g., solar farms, wildfires or industrial buildings), aerial monitoring and surveillance, and advanced vegetation analysis, says service-drone.
‘We are thrilled to soon offer an industrial-grade multi-rotor based on a mission-proven platform that is capable of long-duration flights,” says Bernd Lutz, CEO of bizUAS Corp, the North and South American distributor for service-drone. “For example, with our integrated, purpose-built payload, this aircraft will provide a turnkey solution for fully automated hotspot analysis without any human intervention during flight operations.”
MULTIROTOR service-drone is a German manufacturer of industrial-grade UAS. Aviation-grade maintenance and repair for all service-drone UAS are performed by Robotic Skies, an extensive network of FAA-certified Part 144 repair stations.
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