The complete UAS solution for U.S. government projects

The Yuneec 3DR H520-G commercial hexacopter is perfect for secure data capture on construction, engineering, and public safety projects.

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Yuneec 3DR H520-G

The Yuneec 3DR H520-G is a small, robust hexacopter that works exclusively with 3DR Site Scan and Site Scan — Esri Edition.

It includes a 20.1MP camera, retractable landing gear that give you a 360° view, and best-in-class data security for sensitive projects, including for U.S. government work.

Built for government agencies and contractors

Produced by 3DR Government Services, a joint venture between Yuneec and 3DR, the H520-G is built using the open source PX4 autopilot from Dronecode and has final assembly in the U.S. under TAA guidelines.

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American made

Final assembly in the U.S. under TAA guidelines

Perfect for government projects

Best-in-class performance and data security for U.S. government agencies and contractors

Works with Site Scan

Fly the H520-G with Site Scan and Site Scan — Esri Edition

Best-in-class E90 camera

The Yuneec E90 camera offers a 20MP 1-inch sensor, 4K video resolution at 60 frames per second, and a 23mm lens with low distortion. Fly it with Site Scan on your H520-G to create high-resolution maps and models, inspect critical infrastructure, and manage public safety efforts. Support for more cameras coming soon!

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Works seamlessly with Site Scan and Site Scan — Esri Edition

The Yuneec H520-G is a perfect complement to 3DR Site Scan and Site Scan — Esri Edition, the go-to the drone mapping software for Esri’s GIS platform, ArcGIS Online. Sign in with your Esri account, plan flights, and capture drone data that you can easily process, analyze, and keep secure in ArcGIS Online. 

ArcGIS Online is a FedRAMP authorized cloud-based platform, which, combined with the H520-G, creates a secure workflow from the field to the office.

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