Why Fly A Fixed-Wing Drone? Expand Your Corridor Mapping Capabilities Reason 5 (INFOGRAPHIC)
Should you fly a fixed-wing drone or a quadcopter? Which drone platform is the most efficient and cost-effective solution? Reason 5 of our white paper demonstrates how flying a fixed-wing drone can greatly expand your corridor mapping capabilities, making it easier to map coastlines, powerlines, road construction and more. For example, with a senseFly eBee X fixed-wing drone, you can map a 28-kilometer (18 miles) corridor flying at a height of 400 feet (120 meters) versus just nine kilometers (5.6 miles) with a typical quadcopter.
To learn more about this benefit of flying a fixed-wing drone (and four additional benefits), check out the infographic below. And don’t forget to download our exclusive guide, Expand Your Horizons – 5 Reasons to Fly a Fixed-Wing Drone, by clicking the button.
eBee X Approved for Operations Over People by Transport Canada
senseFly, the global leader in fixed-wing drones, is proud to announce that its flagship eBee X fixed-wing drone was approved for operations over people by Transport Canada, as defined by the regulatory body’s standard 922.06 Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) safety assurance designation. The designation is part of Transport...
New AES-256 Encryption Standard, Multispectral RTK Added to eMotion 3.9.0
senseFly is excited to bring you its latest eMotion flight planning software release, version 3.9.0. This latest version provides overall improvements to users as well as notable security enhancements, including the introduction of Advanced Encryption Standard 256 (AES-256), and MicaSense RedEdge-MX RTK functionality. Enhanced security 256-bit encryption is a...
Enterprise Partnerships with Trimble and Microsoft Drive senseFly Strategy Forward
senseFly, the global leader in fixed-wing drones, has announced new strategic partnerships. The organisations include Trimble and Microsoft and demonstrate the capability and suitability of senseFly’s fixed-wing drones and drone sensors for precision agriculture. “Trimble and Microsoft are major players in the agriculture sector, and these relationships are a...