WingtraOne professional surveying and mapping drone

Redefining standards in aerial surveying

WingtraOne

With unprecedented data quality, the WingtraOne enables much faster surveys, more reliable map reconstruction and more precise results than other commercial drones.

Vertical
VTOL
take-off & landing
Map up to
400+
ha
(988 ac) in a one-hour flight
Down to
0.7
cm/px GSD
(0.3 in/px) GSD
Down to
1
cm
(0.4 in) absolute accuracy

Vertical take-off and landing (VTOL)

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.

How VTOL works

Take-off and land anywhere

Confined forest areas or gravel open-pit mine terrain are no longer obstacles. WingtraOne can land everywhere, smoothly.

No piloting skills needed

Fully autonomous vertical take-off and landing without human interaction.

Manual adjustments and hover

While all parts of the flight are autonomous, at any time, you can switch into manual mode and use the remote control as easily as with any standard quadcopter drone.

No belly landings

Up to 70 percent of fixed wing drone issues are related to belly landings. Avoid them with a vertical landing.

Large coverage drone surveying

Mapping large areas has never been this easy

Orthomosaic Forest Finland

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 projects once only possible with manned aircraft.

Up to
50
km
(31 mi) flight range
Map up to
400+
ha
(988 ac) in a one-hour flight

Multicopters


Coverage: 8 ha (20 ac)
GSD: 1.2 cm/px (0.5 in/px)
Altitude: 44 m (144 ft)

Other fixed-wing drones


Coverage: 70 ha (173 ac)
GSD: 1.2 cm/px (0.5 in/px)
Altitude: 57 m (187 ft)

WingtraOne RX1R II


Coverage: 110 ha (272 ac)
GSD: 1.2 cm/px (0.5 in/px)
Altitude: 93 m (305 ft)

Minimize your time in the field

In one flight, WingtraOne can map almost 2x more than a conventional fixed-wing drone and approximately 10 to 15x more than multicopter drones.

How to save time with WingtraOne

Survey-grade drone photogrammetry

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.

Up to
42
MP
full-frame camera
Down to
0.7
cm/px GSD
(0.3 in/px) GSD
L1/L2
PPK
receiver for higher accuracy
Down to
1
cm
(0.4 in) absolute accuracy

Highest image quality

From a full-frame 42 MP RGB to specialty cameras, WingtraOne guarantees the best data quality across different applications.

Modular payloads

Switch quickly between the camera of your choice. From ultra-high resolution RGB to an industry-leading multispectral.

High resolution cameras for mapping drones

Down to 1 cm (0.4 in) absolute accuracy

Combine VTOL, the powerful Sony RX1RII 42 MP full-frame and a PPK module from Septentrio, and you get the accuracy that was previously only possible with land survey equipment.

Absolute accuracy without GCPs

GCPs are no longer needed to reach survey-grade accuracy results. To verify your accuracy results, place as few as three on the field and use them as checkpoints.
PPK Module

Get outstanding results

Aerial map types

With its range of best-in-class cameras, the WingtraOne can produce stunning, highly-precise aerial maps.

Orthomosaic maps

  • 2D georeferenced orthomosaic maps

3D reconstruction

  • 3D point cloud
  • Texture map
  • Digital surface and terrain model (DSM, DTM)
  • Contour lines

Multispectral imagery

  • Index map (NDVI)
  • Chlorophyll map
  • NDRE, OSAVI, NIR, CIR
  • Weeds ½
  • RGB

Single images

  • Single images / orthophotos

Technical specifications

WingtraOne tech specs

Drone type
Tailsitter VTOL (vertical take-off and landing)
Weight
3.7 kg (8.1 lb)
Max. payload weight
800 g (1.8 lb)
Wingspan
125 cm (4.1 ft)
Battery capacity
98 Wh (a pair of batteries required)
Radio link
8 km (5 mi), bi-directional antennas for optimal range

Flight planning & mission control software
Tablet
supplied
Android tablet; pre-installed; ready-to-fly. Interfaces to Telemetry module (data link for automated drone control) and manual back-up controller
Updates
Free

Operational cruise speed
16 m/s (35.8 mph)
Climb speed cruise
6.0 m/s (13.4 mph)
Wind resistance
Up to 45 km/h (12 m/s, 28 mph) in cruise.
Up to 30 km/h (8 m/s, 18 mph) for landing.
Maximum flight time
55 minutes
Min. space for take-off and landing
2 m × 2 m (6.6 ft × 6.6 ft)
Designed temperature range
-20° C to 50° C (-4° F to 122° F)
Tested and warranted temperature range
-10° C to 40° C (14° F to 104° F)
Max. altitude (a.m.s.l.)
3000 m (9800 ft)
Weather
No precipitation, resists light rain
Ground Control Points required
No (with PPK option)
Descent speed cruise
4.0 m/s (8.9 mph)
Climb and descent speed hover
6.0 m/s (13.4 mph) and 1.0 m/s (2.2 mph)
Auto-Landing accuracy
< 5 m (< 16 ft)

Coverage at 120m (400ft)
2.8 cm/pixel (1.1 in/pixel), WingtraOne QX1 + 15 mm
320 Ha (790 ac)
Max. coverage
max. reconstructable area, 1950 m (6400 ft) flight altitude, WingtraOne RX1RII
24 km² (9,2 mi²)
Minimal ground sampling distance
For WingtraOne RX1RII
Down to 0.7 cm/px (0.3 inch/px)

For WingtraOne QX1
1.4 cm/px (0.6 in/px) (depending on frontal overlap)
Mapping accuracy with PPK
(without GCPs)
Absolute accuracy (RMS):
horizontal down to 1 cm (0.4 in)
vertical down to 2 cm (0.8 in)

Relative accuracy:
horizontal: down to 0.003 %
Mapping accuracy without PPK
(without GCPs)
Absolute accuracy (RMS):
3 to 5 m (9.8 to 16.4 ft)

Relative accuracy:
horizontal 0.15 %

Flight planning software and accessories

All you need to plan and run successful missions

WingtraPilot is the intuitive interface for managing WingtraOne’s data capture process. This powerful and user-friendly mapping drone software includes various ways to plan missions, as well as monitor and revise them during flight. It also allows you to inspect the data output in the field. Specifically tailored for the WingtraOne, WingtraPilot is extremely easy to use without compromising on the features you need.

Read about WingtraPilot

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  • MIL-STD-810-certified (military standard for durability during excessive pressure, temperatures, vibrations and drops)
  • IP68-rated for water and dust resistance
  • Anti-shock up to 1.2 m (4 ft) with in-box protective covering
  • Replaceable batteries through the back panel

The Wingtra Pilot box is compact enough to qualify as carry-on luggage and is your base station in the field. All of the drone survey equipment you need to fly the WingtraOne, including spare parts, is efficiently stored in this protective case. Tablet, remote control, telemetry, batteries and charger easily fit inside.

Included with the WingtraOne
  • Ready-to-fly WingtraOne drone and carrying sleeve (with backpack option)
  • Payload camera of choice, fully integrated
  • Tablet with pre-installed WingtraPilot flight-planning software
  • Remote control and telemetry modules
  • Pilot Case for accessories and spare parts (1 pair of propellers, 1 pitot tube)
Optional
  • Hard case
  • Additional cameras

365 day a year, Wingtra support is available to assist you with your WingtraOne
  • Free online support
  • Languages: English, Chinese (Mandarin), German
  • Extensive knowledge base
  • Video tutorials and best practices
  • 12 month warranty

WingtraOne mapping drone highlights

All drone features

Engineered in Switzerland

Designed and assembled in Switzerland with the highest quality standards for reliable operations

Ready to fly

Ready for take-off in less than five minutes, including all pre-flight steps and planning of a simple mission.

Radio communication link

Bi-directional antennas for optimal range of 8 km (5 mi)

Smart Batteries

Smart battery technology, UN compliant Li-ion cells, good for carry-on luggage

High performance motors

Two light-weight, brushless motors for high flight performance and low noise level

Automated launch

fully automated vertical take-off without human interaction (no hand launch, no catapult)

Titanium gear servos

Light weight, high speed and ultra reliable flap actuation

Onboard computer

Versatile work computing power for a smooth workflow

Optimized propeller

Custom crafted from German beechwood

Redundant sensors

Fully redundant sensors (GPS, IMU, Magnetometer)

Quad-constellation GPS

Two modules that exploit GPS and GLONASS information and are ready for Galileo, BeiDou

Payload protection

Fully integrated into WingtraOne, shock-free vertical landing

Payload flexibility

Fully modular with single standard USB-C interface

What our customers say

Wingtra provides everything we expected–coverage, ease-of-use, the best multispectral and RGB sensors, and fast customer service.

Quirina Merz, Researcher at Crop Phenotyping
ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Speakers

Stephanie Lambert Wingtra
Stephanie Lambert
Head of Direct Sales at Wingtra
Josh Haga pix4D
Joshua Haga
Technical Sales Engineer at Pix4D
Aaron Fischer
Aaron Fischer
Technology Project Manager at Idaho Forest Group
Ryan Jones
Logyard Lead at Idaho Forest Group

ROI case study

Join the webinar

How Idaho Forest Group cut stockpile measurement time by 80%

  • Learn how IDAHO Forest Group successfully cut stockpile measurement time by 80%
  • Understand how stockpile volume measurement is done efficiently with WingtraOne and Pix4D
  • Talk directly to our customers. Aaron and Ryan from IDAHO Forest Group will be present in the webinar and will share their experiences in a live interview