Designed to be carried by drones & ground vehicles, the Sniffer 4D captures geo-referenced & time-stamped gas & particle concentrations. It can sense up to 9 gases at a time with 24 parameters available.
The associated software provides a real time data feed with 3D gas concentrations.
Soarability Sniffer4D Mini
Sniffer4D Mini consists of a compact yet powerful multi-gas detection hardware, and user-friendly analytic software designed for use with the DJI M30/M30T only.
This system can measure and visualize up to 9 gases simultaneously in real-time with 3D gas concentration distributions.
With a new smaller and lightweight design, the CRDS is designed for detecting and mapping methane distribution and can be mounted on the M30. The system uses a state of the art Cavity Ring-down Spectroscopy (CRDS) detection method which enables it to achieve exceptionally high detection resolutions of 1ppm.
Speedip has been created for drone based water sampling. With a 2L maximum sampling volume along with a high resolution wave radar, Speedip aims to help users improve their efficiency and reduce costs in sampling point navigation and water sample collection at various designated depths.
Designed to dock seamlessly with the DJI M300, the ShareUAV 102S is used for conducting urban photogrammetry missions. Each of the five cameras has a focal length of 35mm with a combined effective resolution of 120MP.
The Share UAV 202S has five 56mm camera lenses, four of which are inclined at an angle which allows for vertical objects, such as buildings, to be mapped more accurately. Each camera has a full frame sensor, achieving an effective resolution of 210MP for the whole camera and a GSD of 5cm when flying at 442m above the ground.
The ShareUAV 303S has a Full-Frame Exmore R CMOS with 305MP to produce a higher picture quality. 40mm wide angle lenses enable a large area of land to be covered in each photo and the four inclined lenses allow for better mapping of vertical objects.
Equipped with a 20MP, 1 1/7″ CMOS sensor, a 23x Hybrid optical zoom and a 200x max zoom the H20/H20T can capture anything up close or far away in stunning detail. It is able to capture videos in 4k at 30fps. The H20T version comes with a Radiometric Thermal camera for monitoring the temperature of a site or asset.
The H20N bundles multiple sensors into one small and easy to carry package. It integrates starlight sensors with the wide-angle, zoom and the dual zoom thermal camera to create a camera with ultra low illumination night vision capabilities for use in search and rescue as well as emergency situations.
Atmos Sony RX1RII
Arguably the best drone survey camera on the market, the Sony RX1RII is an RGB camera with a 42MP full frame sensor capable of capturing crystal clear images down to 0.85cm GSD at a height of 70m
The RedEdge-P is a Multispectral camera, built-to-last with 5 spectral bands and a high-res panchromatic sensor. The RedEdge-P has been built for the Atmos Marlyn and is able to generate accurate & repeatable plant health indices and high-accuracy RGB images in one flight.
Atmos Altum PT
Coming soon – Altum-PT is the most advanced Agricultural sensor system on the market today, capturing synchronized multispectral, thermal, and panchromatic data for plant health indices and RGB outputs at a GSD of 1.27cm/pix.
Integrated with a 45MP full frame sensor and three interchangeable fixed-focus lenses on a 3-axis stabilised gimbal, the Zenumse P1 is designed to take highly accurate photos as part of photogrammetry missions. Low Noise, high sensitivity imaging allows for low light photography.
The Zenmuse L1 integrates a Livox Lidar module, a high-accuracy IMU, and a camera with a 1-inch CMOS on a 3-axis stabilized gimbal for a complete Lidar Package to efficiently capture the details of complex structures and generate highly detailed models. The L1 supports 3 returns for a higher point density.
Atmos Sony A7C
Built for use in the Atmos Marlyn for photogrammetry missions, this RGB camera has a 24Mp Full Frame sensor which will provide sharp images down to 1.7cm GSD at 71m altitude. With the use of the Marlyn’s PPK unit, the photos will have centimeter-level accuracy.