Delair begins subscription service
Delair has introduced a subscription programme to allow customers to access its Delair UX11 family of UAS and delair.ai cloud-based data management solution.
The programme will allow European customers to pay a fixed monthly fee and have unlimited use of the long-range, fully equipped drone for a minimum six-month contract period.
Users will benefit from a 48-hour drone replacement guarantee in case of an accident, with limited out-of-pocket cost in case of user error or accidental damages.
The Delair UX11 is designed for highly precise and efficient mapping for agriculture and vegetation management. It uses an embedded global shutter camera, centimeter-level precision GNSS sensor, and post processed kinematic (PPK) capabilities for survey-grade results, and both 2.4GhZ wireless and 3G/4G cellular connectivity to operate anywhere. The multispectral data with PPK positioning enables precise georeferencing for repeatable analysis of individual plants.
The UAS can fly for up to 59 minutes at a time covering over 300 acres at 400ft.
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