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Delair launches UX11 UAS

29th September 2017 - 15:30 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


Delair launched a new next-generation UAS for survey-grade photogrammetric mapping, called the UX11, on 26 September.

The UX11 is a small, fixed-wing UAS that combines a powerful integrated onboard system, industry-grade sensors and communication systems.

The UAS can process captured imagery and send it to the operator in real-time. The UX11's communications system includes a line-of-sight radio and 3G/4G connectivity between the ground control station and the aircraft using a machine-to-machine pre-paid plan.

The UX11 is lightweight, stable, is hand-launched and lands using distance measuring technology. The Android mission planning software has features such as support for in-flight camera feedback and live data review.

Designed for operations including GIS, survey, and construction, the UX11 flies for 59 minutes at 122m (400ft) altitude above ground level.

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