A Typical SURVEYOR-ORIENTED Mapping Drone
Why surveyor-oriented? FLYme is specifically made for professional aerial mapping.
Worried about drone crash or drone loss? FLYme is particularly designed for flight safety control.
Which ranges to perfectly use for? A variety of applications include…
|Aircraft System||aircraft type||fixed-wing|
|take-off weight||3.5 kg (including camera and drone battery)|
|power supply||lithium polymer battery, one unit|
|battery power||7000 mAh, 6S, 22.2V|
|body material||industrial EPO foam|
|Flight Performance||take-off method||typical, hand launch; optional, catapult launch|
|landing method||typical, precise parachute landing; optional, belly landing|
|maximum ceiling||4000 m|
|working height||typical 120-1400 m|
|cruising speed*||typical 20 m/s (72 km/h)|
|endurance||not less than 59 minutes, best up to 90 minutes (upon customization)|
|single flight range*||maximum 92 km|
|single flight coverage*||maximum 60 sq.km (6,000 ha) @ GSD 20cm|
|landing space||precise landing control within 6 m radius|
|Operation Performance||base observations||integrated with radio datalink device|
|radio datalink||Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS)|
|control frequency||1W, 915 MHz (869 MHz or 2.4 GHz optional)|
|radio communication range||typical, 5-10 km; maximum 30 km|
|weather limit||beaudfort scale 6, 10.8-12.7 m/s|
|operating temperature||-10℃ to 50℃|
|Ground Control||auto return||upon indications of low battery, high temperature, heavy wind, 30sec radio disconnection and imaging failure|
|drone tracking||APP display via pre-installed GPS tracker|
Note1: all aspects marked with * are determined by weather conditions and manual operations in practice.
Note2: all information above is subject to change without any prior notice.