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Wingtra Drones From Duncan-Parnell

Wingtra's Blue UAS-certified unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) offer impressive battery life and high-performance cameras, making them excellent options for a variety of mapping and surveying applications.

About Wingtra UAVs

The WingtraOne Gen 2 is an industry-leading fixed-wing drone suitable for various geographic information system (GIS) applications, such as mapping and surveying, infrastructure inspection, and precision agriculture.

It's compatible with a wide variety of payloads, including:

  • Sony RX1 RII
  • Sony QX1
  • Micasense Altum
  • Micasense RedEdge

The WingtraOne Gen 2 is also Blue UAS certified, making it suitable for use in both military and commercial applications. 

How WingtraOne Drones Solve the Common Challenges of Fixed-Wing UAVs

Many in the GIS space experience inefficiencies when dealing with fixed-wing drones for a variety of reasons.

1. Take off and Land Easily

While most fixed-wing drones need you to launch them by hand or with a catapult, the WingtraOne's vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) design enables you to launch from anywhere, even on uneven terrain or in confined spaces. It also protects the camera — traditionally located on the center of the drone's body — from rough landings.

2. Withstand Poor Weather Conditions

Drones of any configuration are susceptible to damage in strong winds, heavy rain, and other inclement weather conditions. When you can't fly safely, the scope of your project is severely limited — or you lose valuable time waiting for the weather to clear up.

That's what makes the WingtraOne Gen 2 so powerful. This drone can withstand gusts up to 40 miles per hour and sustained winds of up to 27 miles per hour so you can keep poor weather from affecting your progress.

Additionally, the WingtraOne automatically performs a safety check of all its sensors and actuators before each flight to ensure everything is working as it should be. So if you run it in rough terrain one day, you can easily prevent any damage from interfering with later stages in your project.

3. Handle Long Flights

Large job sites require long drone flights to capture all their intricate details. The WingtraOne Gen2 is unique among fixed-wing drones in that it can fly at speeds of 36 miles per hour for up to 59 minutes per flight, making it suitable for efficient data capture on large sites.

It also captures data up to twice as fast as other fixed-wing drones and up to 8 times faster than multicopter models. That difference could cut your project costs by thousands of dollars.

Why Trust Wingtra for Your Next Project

Wingtra’s VTOL drone, the WingtraONE GEN II, redefines data collection, enabling high-precision mapping, surveying, and analysis across many sectors – especially mining, heavy civil construction, precision agriculture, land management, surveying, geospatial, and public safety. This aircraft is now BLUE UAS Certified, NDAA Compliant, and GSA Approved.

With seamless integration of advanced sensors, rapid deployment capabilities, and customizable features, Wingta’s products empower efficient, data-driven decision-making in various landscapes and conditions.

Why Choose BLUE UAS Certified, NDAA Compliant, and GSA Approved Wingtra Drones?

Wingtra’s drone products have been added to the Blue UAS Cleared List, which is a system to vet and scale commercial UAS technology for the Department of Defense (DoD). They are also NDAA Compliant meeting specific criteria related to safety and performance. Adhering to this list of rigorous government-approved standards guarantees that the WingtraONE Gen II aircraft complies with strict security requirements.

Wingtra drone products are now offered though GSA Advantage. This recognition from the General Services Administration (GSA) underscores Duncan-Parnell’s commitment to providing our customers with cutting-edge solutions that meet the highest standards of quality and performance.

Choosing BLUE UAS Certified, NDAA Compliant, and GSA Approved Wingtra drones means selecting technology that's been thoroughly evaluated and trusted by the government. Our drones are equipped with the latest advancements in aerial mapping, surveying, and data collection, making them an indispensable asset for government initiatives that require precision and actionable insights.

What Does GSA Approval Mean for You?

GSA Approval indicates that our Wingtra products have met the standards regarding quality and performance required by the GSA. With this approval in place, our Wingtra drones are now available for procurement by federal government agencies and entities at the federal level. This means that our advanced drone technology can now contribute to a broader range of government projects, offering unparalleled efficiency, accuracy, and reliability.

Partner with Duncan-Parnell for Unparalleled Performance

As a leader in drone technology, we're excited to extend the benefits of our BLUE UAS Certified, NDAA Compliant, and GSA Approved Wingtra drones to government and other agencies seeking reliable and innovative solutions. Whether it's land management, infrastructure assessment, disaster response, or environmental monitoring, our drones are engineered to deliver exceptional performance in a wide range of applications.

Contact Duncan-Parnell to Learn More

Our GSA Approved Wingtra drones combine unmatched precision with the convenience of government procurement. Contact us today to learn more about how our BLUE UAS Certified, NDAA Compliant, and GSA Approved Wingtra drones can transform your projects and take your operations to new heights.