Mine drone - WingtraOne GEN II
Capture your entire mine operation site in precise detail with a single WingtraOne flight.
Discover the mine drone that maps and delivers consistent, high-quality survey data faster, and at a lower cost, than other surveying tools.
Advantages of the WingtraOne GEN II
Cover more ground with WingtraOne
Map from 2 to 14x more than with multicopter drones and leading fixed-wing drones
High-quality stockpile data
Easy flight software
WingtraOne mining drone: Map huge areas in a short time
*Field time includes setup and changing batteries. This data was generated using Wingtra’s coverage and labor cost calculator. The calculator estimates the field time and labor costs associated with data collection, using a model based on the technical specifications of each drone under common environmental conditions and flight parameters.
An easy-to-use mine drone
Little or no experience with a VTOL? No problem. This mining drone is designed to offer the most intuitive and autonomous experience on the market.
Approach any project with confidence after minimal training.
Higher-quality stockpile drone data
Once processed, gain valuable data about your stockpiles, including cut and fill details.
I’m impressed by the level of detail we capture with WingtraOne’s RX1R II camera. The features you pick up from the orthomosaics is insane—way better than what we had before. It’s really good for safety as well: you see what’s happening in detail and avoid obstructing operations on a busy site with all of its heavy equipment.
Junior Mine Geologist at Westmoreland Mining LLC
Increase your mine workers safety
When we used to do surveys, I'd have to be up on the top of stockpiles in the middle of winter and walk in the perimeters of them, and they’re two-to-one slopes. So safety wise, Wingtra has helped out a lot.
Surveyor and Certified Drone Pilot at BNI Coal
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Technical specifications GEN II mine drone
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Mining professionals vouch for WingtraOne
After 30 years of terrestrial and airplane surveys, Jellinbah Group’s coal mine integrated drone technology to get accurate and more frequent site details costing only around 10 percent of the time and money they spent before.
BNI Coal had to fly 4x more with their classical fixed wing. Before, they’d get 160 acres (65 ha) from one flight, and now they get 640 acres (260 ha).
Managing stockpiles with greater precision
An added level of accuracy allows the Westmoreland Mining LLC. to load the data into 3D modelling and design programs and to create more accurate designs, which are sent to GPS-guided equipment.