Hexacopter drone FAE750H Beetle is a complete package for topography and aerial photography orthophoto mosaic. The package on sale is a professional solution, demonstrated with examples of GPS guided autonomous UAV in flight. The equipment is delivered ready to fly with all necessary accessories and it's tested before delivery. It includes navigation software and a practical course of flight instruction.
The FAE 750H Beetle hexacopter is the variant optimized for price, of the octocopter Predator drone 1115.
We offer practical demonstrations fee, deducting the demonstration cost of the cost of possible acquisitions.
FAE 750H Beetle drone - complete autonomous mission with FPV and telemetry
FAE drone (previous model) demo flight - topographic flight results
FAE 750H Beetle is a RTF (Ready To Fly) professional hexacopter with battery, charger, remote,
The drone has a long-term and stable flight, it's built of foldable carbon fiber and it has complete and autonomous GPS navigation functions. The drone can be configured wireless using a PC . Flight controller is Pixhawk 32.
This configuration of the drone is able to cover during a flight, an area of at least 50 Ha, in successive passes with 60% coverage and a lateral resolution of 3-5 cm / pixel. The second battery in the package provides continuous use with minimal stationary time on the ground.
New: Optionally, unlimited range -video, telemetry and RC control- by 3G or 4G GSM system, details here
The results were obtained by completely consuming a new battery at 25 degrees Celsius at sea level.
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