The self-developed high-tech flying robot SensorCopter facilitates airborne inspection of vertical objects. The mini-helicopter is equipped with sensors and cameras. The captured images are evaluated. A fully IT-based report of possible damage is automatically generated.
The SensorCopter is an unmanned, semi-automatic helicopter with a rotor diameter of 2.3 meters / 6.7 inches. Precision flying is carried-out via autopilot. Several high-resolution cameras and sensors are attached to a gimbal, making a continuous and competed data collection possible. The gathered data is sent to a mobile ground station, undergoing a post-processing step and can be viewed by ‘Aero-View’, the company’s proprietary software. In addition, with the more sophisticated ‘Aero-Lyse’ software data can be analyzed and marked. Finally, an automatically report on the actual state of the examined plant can be generated and printed.
The self-developed AERO-Software Package enables an efficient asset management with AERO-View - for a preview of the results – and AERO-Lyse – for allocation of anomalies, assessment of damages and documentation.PRODUCT DETAIL
The key objective in the development of the ALTI Transition, and the core of the product was to offer a highly capable, long endurance, reliable and affordable civil use VTOL (vertical take-off and land) fixed wing aircraft, available to purchase with short lead times of only a few weeks and at an affordable price point when compared with similar a...PRODUCT DETAIL