42.4 Megapixel RGB Sensor for the Trinity F90+ UAV

Sony RX1R II Payload

  • Orthophoto & DEM
  • point clouds & 3D models
  • 1.29cm/px @ 100m altitude
Sony RX1RII

Thanks to the 35 mm CMOS sensor with 42.4 megapixels, the Sony RX1RII is ideal for all applications where the highest requirements are placed on the images.

Especially in the field of DEM & orthophoto as well as high-resolution point clouds and detailed 3D models are a breeze with the images taken by the Sony RX1RII.

GSD values in the range of 1.29cm/px @ 100m altitude are possible!

All payloads are ready to fly! It takes just a few simple steps to switch between our extensive payload portfolio.

Camera integration done right – easily exchangeable and accessible

Sample data information:

  • Flight time: 38min
  • Area: 66ha
  • Battery usage: 33%
  • Average flight altitude: 137m (special permit)
  • Pictures taken: 1300
  • GSD: 1.8cm/px
  • Accuracy of checkpoints (X, Y, Z) in cm: 0,56   0,59   1,28

    Download size: 57,4 GB

 

PPK 100% supported for all our payload integrations

Unlike other available mapping solutions, we are proud to offer our own PPK solution for all available sensor payloads!

Each of our drones comes standard with our iBase Ground Station and can generate high quality GPS data out of the box. PPK is therefore a basic feature of our systems at no additional cost to the customer.

iBase is an entry level GNSS reference station. It automatically logs GNSS reference measurements on the ground to a file on a micro SD card. This file enables QBase3D to do PPK processing of the collected survey data with a absolute accuracy of 2- 5 cm.

In the event of support, customers thus have a direct advantage over third-party solutions, as we have direct access to our PPK integration. This saves time and money! Furthermore, individual PPK modifications are also possible thanks to vertical integration. Simply contact us in this regard.

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No belly landings

Rough landings should be avoided at any time. We unconditionally rely on vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) to guarantee smooth landings and therefore a long service life. The landing gear additionally supports the safety of the components by offering additional flex.

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Easy payload swapping

Payloads can easily be swapped in seconds. No tools are required and the sensors are highly integrated to support the pilots’ mission planning.

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Easy access to your data

Access to the recorded data is uncomplicated via external card slots. If more sophisticated storage solutions are necessary, our payload compartment provides enough space for this option. 

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Payload damping

All cameras are damped against in-flight vibrations to guarantee highest image quality.

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