• Take off and land like a helicopter, fly like an airplane: Vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) capability allows the WingtraOne mapping drone to ascend and move like a helicopter. For the UAV survey mission, it transitions into a forward cruise flight, matching the endurance and speed of fixed-wing UAVs. In order to land, the WingtraOne switches back to hover flight and descends vertically.
  • Mapping large areas has never been this easy: Vast forests, mountain ranges and even the biggest mines in the world can be mapped in just a few hours’ time. This makes WingtraOne literally the only drone that can perform large mapping projects once only possible with manned aircraft.
  • Best-in-class equipment for the most precise results: WingtraOne PPK sets the new benchmark for drone survey equipment. Thanks to its professional drone PPK GNSS L1/L2 receiver and highest-quality cameras, like the 42 MP full-frame Sony RX1RII camera, it is now possible to reach down to 1 cm (0.4 in) absolute accuracy with an aerial survey drone. The economical WingtraOne QX1 PPK combination guarantees absolute accuracy down to 3 cm (1.2 in) with the largest available coverage at 120 m (400 ft).
  • PPK with multispectral cameras: The tight integration of the camera with the drone and the PPK GNSS receiver ensures seamless stitching. The integrated daylight sensors for radiometric calibration (for both cameras) and for thermal calibration (for MicaSense Altum only) ensure flawless quality data.