The Site Scan platform supports various drones, and offers mission planning, fleet management, and both manual and automated flight modes
The best UAS for U.S. government work
The 3DR H520-G is a small, robust hexacopter that’s custom built to work with the Site Scan iOS app. Assembled in the USA, the H520-G is based on Dronecode open source software, gives you total ownership of your data, and is the perfect drone to use on US government projects.Learn more
The H520-G offers up to 28 minute flight time, a 20MP camera with 4K video resolution, and retractable landing gear to give you a full, 360° view.
6 rotors help ensure safety, redundancy, and improve stability in windy conditions. Flight speed control ensures you can capture precise data, even in the toughest environments.
H520-G software is based on the open source PX4 code, and provisioned in the U.S. under TAA guidelines.
The preferred Fixed wing solution to use with Site Scan, the WingtraOne VTOL fixed-wing has brilliant resolution, ultra-high accuracy, can cover large areas in a single flight, and is safe and easy to use. Fly with Wingtra's control app: WintraPilot, and upload your high-resolution photos into Site Scan Manager to create stunning data sets.Learn More
The WingtraOne ascends and lands like a multi-rotor, but has the distance and coverage capabilities of a fixed-wing.
Combine image resolution and flight coverage. By carrying a 42 MP photogrammetric-grade camera and an ultra-low distortion lens, the WingtraOne covers 100 ha at 0.7 cm/px resolution in a single flight or 400 ha at 3 cm/px. This makes WingtraOne missions: + 2x as precise as flights with a 20 MP camera + Cover 10x more than multicopters + 80% quicker than terrestrial measurements.
WingtraOne PPK sets the new benchmark for surveying grade accuracy of aerial imagery! Thanks to its most advanced PPK module and highest quality cameras like the 42MP full frame camera Sony RX1RII, it is now possible to reach down to 1 cm absolute accuracy in aerial mapping.
Full support for the DJI M200 series
Get the job done: the DJI M200 series is built specifically for industrial and enterprise users. Fly with the M200 and X5S using Site Scan, or use the The M210/M210 RTK with dual gimbal support for for both the Zenmuse X5S and the Zenmuse XT thermal camera, powered by FLIR.
DJI X5S camera with 1” 20MP CMOS sensor and multiple gimbal options.
35-minute flight time and dual-battery system.
High-performance enclosed design for weather and water resistance.
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The DJI Inspire 2 is a great option for smoothly capturing high-quality images and videos, and is best suited for mapping and creating marketing content.
Fly for up to 27 minutes at a time with a self-heating dual battery system.
Detect obstacles up to 30 meters ahead and 5 meters above, in addition to the terrain itself, for added protection.
Site Scan supports the best-in-class Zenmuse X5S 20MP camera with the Inspire 2.
Weighing in at just over 1.6 pounds, the DJI Mavic Pro provides unparalleled portability when it comes to drone hardware options. Complete with a 1/2.3" 12 MP CMOS sensor and a 27 minute flight time, the DJI Mavic Pro optimizes for convenience, while still providing plenty of accuracy.
Lightweight (1.6 pounds) and with a foldable body, the Mavic Pro is one of the most compact and portable drones on the market.
The Mavic Pro features a 27-minute flight time, enabling your team to conduct extensive survey work on a single charge.
With a 1/2.3" 12 MP CMOS censor, you can use Site Scan to capture your job site in rich images and videos, and then use ground control point processing to improve data accuracy.
Including Phantom 4 Pro V2.0
The Phantom 4 Pro is one of the most popular drones in the world, and it works seamlessly in Site Scan. With a 30-minute flight time and 20MP camera, the Phantom 4 Pro is a versatile tool to use across a wide range of projects.
An improved camera with a 1-inch 20-megapixel sensor, and it can also shoot 4K/60fps video.
Titanium and magnesium alloy construction keeps the airframe light while increasing its rigidity.
The FlightAutonomy system adds dual rear vision sensors and infrared sensing systems for a total of 5-direction of obstacle sensing and 4-direction of obstacle avoidance.