We partnered with Microdrones because of their reputation for superior aircraft design, industry-leading flight times, increased resistance to harsh conditions, and smart integration.
Rain and Heat Resistant: Microdrones’ molding process keeps electronics and wiring protected from the elements you may encounter in the field. These systems are resistant to rain, sand and salt – so you can trust your device flying even in harsh conditions.
Reliable Motors for Minimum Downtown: Microdrones utilizes brushless, low RPM motors and large props that work seamlessly and efficiently to provide unmatched performance.
Stable Flights for Precise Results: Micro-controlled drive systems instantly respond to changing winds to maintain the proper flight altitude. When mapping, stable flights deliver more accurate and precise data.
Robust Housing and Components: The occasional rough landing is unavoidable, but robust carbon fiber construction is built to withstand. Carbon fiber is also used to insulate interior components so you can fly even in extreme temperatures and humidity levels.
Stable and Enduring Configuration: Microdrones utilizes a plus sign (+) shaped configuration to create a more practical and stable device. With a motor on the front, the rear and each side, the airframe remains more stable in level flight and during turns. This configuration uses less energy to maintain stability, allowing the extra power to go towards carrying heavier payloads.
Proprietary Operating System: Microdrones’ lean, proprietary operating system, mdOS, serves as the foundation for a flexible autopilot, so you can customize it to meet the specific needs of your mapping project.
Plan, Monitor and Analyze in the Field: The mdCockpit tablet enables you to plan, monitor and analyze your mapping mission. It contains all the tools you need to quickly set your fight plan and waypoints with just a few flicks of your finger.
Tested for High Voltage Fields: Fly your Microdrones UAV near power lines with confidence. Microdrones’ quadcopters are rigorously tested for interference up to 380 kV in a high-voltage lab.