Wingtra - VTOL mapping drone for surveying applications
Conduct high-precision aerial surveys—fast and for large projects
The WingtraOne is a VTOL mapping drone used by geospatial specialists and industry professionals to capture aerial images for Surveying and GIS, Mining, Construction, Agriculture and Environmental Monitoring applications.
The WingtraOne offers both the convenience of vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) and the endurance of a fixed-wing drone able to survey mid-to-large scale projects.
Thanks to its hybrid VTOL design and high-resolution cameras (up to 42MP), WingtraOne provides aerial surveys of unparalleled image quality and accuracy. Add to this survey times up to 80% faster than ground methods or quadcopter drones.
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Drones can improve decisions, reduce costs and risks, and improve returns on investment in many mapping and surveying applications. Find out how professionals around the world have leveraged this technology in their industry.
Environment and research
Environmentalists and researchers rely on commercial drones to follow wildlife easily and quickly, and to keep track of land changes in the environment without the need for low-resolution satellite imagery or costly manned aircraft.
Drones help to map large or unreachable areas for pre-built evaluation. They also decrease costs and allow multiple surveys over time to monitor construction progress.
Eight reasons for surveying with WingtraOne
Drone manufacturer company
Founded in 2016 in Zurich, Switzerland, Wingtra is the world’s leading manufacturer of VTOL drones for mapping and surveying. Wingtra has grown globally with a distribution network in more than 50 countries where drones are currently in operation. Today, Wingtra is home to more than 80 Wingtranauts, including geospatial specialists and 30+ engineers focused on R&D.
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VTOL vs. fixed-wing vs. quadcopter
In these in-depth reviews, WingtraOne is benchmarked against some of the best drones for photogrammetry, from fixed-wing mapping drones to quadcopters. Read image quality tests that cover results, usability and detailed specifications.
In this article we compare the DJI Phantom 4 RTK and the WingtraOne drone for surveying applications. Read our in-depth review including image quality tests, coverage results, usability and detailed specifications.
In this article, we compare two popular mapping drone – Sensefly eBee X and the WingtraOne. Discover specs, image quality tests and coverage results.
The WingtraOne from Wingtra and the Quantix are the two most advanced professional VTOL drones. This is the ultimate comparison of image quality, usability and specs.
Wingtra regularly introduces new mapping features, more payload options, enhanced flight and landing operations and deeper integrations with photogrammetry software providers.
WingtraOne’s newest payload provides higher accuracy, higher potential coverage and thermal insight on water stress for multispectral drone mapping projects.
A new level of WingtraOne integration into TBC seamlessly enhances workflows for a range of projects within a single software platform.
WingtraOne high-altitude propellers: fly up to 5000 m (16,400 ft) and still map large areas at high accuracy
These new WingtraOne propellers are lifting the standard around professional drone mapping at high altitudes—learn how and where they work.
Drone mapping know-how
Mapping drones can collect data fast over large areas and provide high-resolution and accuracy outcomes previously only possible with terrestrial measurement devices. Learn how to achieve the best results in your aerial surveys.
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