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Multi Rotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

CineStar 8 is a multi rotor unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). It is constructed with carbon fiber material and holds an eight engine, multi-rotor aircraft. To operate, it uses eight electric motors powered by rechargeable Lithium polymer batteries.

The CineStar 8 can be used for a variety of services including aerial photography, aerial videography, aerial mapping (or geo mapping), aerial surveying and aerial promotions.

 

Micro Kopter Cinestar 8

  • Eight engine aircraft capable of carrying a number of camera payloads
  • Can be remote controlled from up to 500m away
  • All flight information is transmitted in real time and recorded in the Flight Data Recorder
  • Includes a multi satellite lock GPW receiver that allows the UAV to be programmed to a specific flight pattern or to hold a specific altitude and position
  • A multitude of onboard sensors can read and transmit 3 dimensional axis movements, compass headings, power consumption and altitude to the pilot’s flight control console and automatically transmits flight telemetry data
  • Video transmitter provides live video signal in real time to the camera operator’s monitor and/or video goggles
  • All flight information is transmitted in real time and recorded in the Flight data recorder

Payload Options

The CineStar UAV is capable of several camera options:

  • A  NIKON 1v1 camera is used for HD still photography as well as HD video imaging (1080p)
  • A Sony CX730 video cam records HD video
  • For outdoor action events we utilize a Go Pro Hero2 HD video camera
  • A modified Vegetation Index Camera is used for NDVI Imaging

Fixed Wing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

Quest-UAV

The Quest UAV is a fixed wing unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). It has a single engine flying wing design with a 2 meter wingspan and can penetrate wind in excess of 50km per hour. The Quest UAV is capable of multiple payloads up to 2 kilograms and its gimballed camera mount helps to ensure image quality. This UAV is great for longer flights as it is capable of fully autonomous flights up to 1.5 hours in length.

 

 

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Quest UAV

  • Fully autonomous flight plans for aerial mapping and surveying missions (including camera trigger points, altitude etc.) ensure complete image coverage of planned area
  • A multitude of on board sensors read and automatically transmits flight telemetry data to ground base station
  • All flight information is transmitted in real time and recorded in the flight data recorder
  • Returns to home when mission is complete

Payload Options

The QUEST UAV is capable of several camera options:

  • A  Sony NEX7 (24mpx) camera is used for HD ortho images (which are used to create topographical, 3D DEM’s,  point cloud images, and aerial surveying images)
  • A modified Vegetation Index Camera is used for NDVI Imaging
  • Future payload options will include  heat sensitive thermal imaging