Long endurance and heavy duty drone for delivery, public safety and agriculture
Draganfly has released Long endurance and heavy duty drone for delivery public safety and agriculture-Commander 3 XL, a versatile multi-rotor drone capable of autonomous and manual flight operations. With a weather-resistant design and the ability to carry a 10kg (22lb) payload for 20 minutes, it's the ideal workhorse for a variety of applications, including public safety, search and rescue, precision drone farming and cargo delivery.
The Draganfly Heavy Lift Drone is an industrial heavy-duty drone that can carry a high payload of up to 30 kg (67 lbs) and has a flight time of up to 55 minutes. The versatile system features a modular package delivery system that can accommodate objects up to 15" x 17" x 34" and can also be equipped with large survey sensors such as hyperspectral cameras and bathymetric lidar. The drone delivery system can Operates easily in high winds and bad weather with a range of up to 30 km (18.65 miles).
In addition to the above two drones, the Draganflyer Commander2 is an advanced multi-mission electric sUAS (Small Unmanned Aircraft System) designed to capture high-resolution imagery for a variety of applications, including agriculture, public safety and aviation 3D modeling . The system can be supplied as a turnkey product or customized to meet your unique requirements. Commander2 can be equipped with a range of market-leading payloads, including RGB optical zoom cameras, multispectral and hyperspectral sensors, and thermal imaging systems.
The Draganfly Long Range LiDAR (DLR-LiDAR), a long-range LiDAR sensor for drones, is designed to collect survey-grade 360-degree point cloud data with the highest precision and accuracy. Equipped with a state-of-the-art Trimble laser scanner and Applanix GNSS-IMU, the system can be mounted on a variety of drones and mobile mapping platforms.
With a range of up to 750 meters (2460 feet), the UAV LiDAR system delivers class-leading point cloud fidelity and allows safe scanning distances from the ground in the most treacherous terrains. Four laser returns capture more ground points, producing high-precision bare-earth models of even the thickest vegetation.