WingtraOne

The next level of drone worksite reliability and mapping versatility with an oblique payload leading the way

Maximum uptime

WingtraOne GEN II features the most advanced reliability in surveying drones. This is the key to maximizing drone uptime, boosting your productivity and ensuring you deliver consistently.
WingtraOne GEN II features the most advanced reliability in surveying drones. This is the key to maximizing drone uptime, boosting your productivity and ensuring you deliver consistently.

Worksite reliability

Our team of hardware and software engineers has worked tirelessly over the past six years to make sure each of your flights is a success.

6
years
of ongoing testing and improvements
40
+
software releases
100'000
user flights

"We have carefully studied all customer reports over the last 100,000 flights and have continuously redesigned the system to ensure maximum reliability."

Youssef Demitri

Head of Software Development

“We developed a new navigation and heading unit (NHU) in house to work more robustly in all magnetic field conditions and boost landing accuracy by a factor of two.”

Ronny Panier

Lead Hardware Developer

“We upgraded the onboard computer to an even more powerful version.”

Sebastian Verling

Lead Software Developer

“We reworked circuit board (PCB) designs and reduced the number of cables further for maximum reliability.”

Carlos Florido

Lead Electronics Engineer

Predictive maintenance

WingtraOne GEN II intelligent algorithms continuously analyze all critical flight components before and during the flight.

Smart notifications

WingtraPilot can then notify you of any potential malfunction before it even occurs, so that you can always fly with the safest equipment.

One drone to map it all

The payload range now includes an oblique camera for the most detailed 3D reconstruction and a built-in PPK GNSS receiver for each camera, allowing you to take on a wider array of missions with centimeter-level accuracy.
The payload range now includes an oblique camera for the most detailed 3D reconstruction and a built-in PPK GNSS receiver for each camera, allowing you to take on a wider array of missions with centimeter-level accuracy.

Oblique Sony a6100

Mounted on a tilted axis, this wide-angle camera is optimized for mapping vertical structures, allowing you to generate high-resolution 3D meshes. 

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24
MP
resolution
GSD down to
1.6
cm/px
0.6 in/px

Tilted
mount

Fast
triggering

Wide
angle
12 mm optics

To map 3D structures such as buildings, you need to capture enough detail on the vertical walls.

The Oblique Sony a6100 with its wide angle field of view from the front to the sides presents the optimal configuration for this application.

WingtraOne oblique camera illustration

High-resolution 3D meshes with centimeter-level absolute accuracy

Combined with WingtraOne’s unprecedented absolute accuracy and wide coverage, you can create stunning digital twins of single buildings or full-scale cities with the best absolute accuracy in a short time.
Horizontal absolute accuracy
down to
2
cm/px
0.8 in/px
Vertical absolute accuracy
down to
4
cm/px
1.6 in/px

Zurich digital twin

Explore this high-fidelity digital twin of the city of Zurich that was generated using a WingtraOne GEN II, a Sony a6100 Oblique camera and Bentley’s ContextCapture software. 

Read the case study

with Bentley ContextCapture

with Esri Site Scan

Recommended software

Wingtra tested and recommends these software for optimal handling of WingtraOne’s high-resolution images and best 3D reconstruction results.

High-resolution 3D meshes with centimeter-level absolute accuracy

Combined with WingtraOne’s unprecedented absolute accuracy and wide coverage, you can create stunning digital twins of single buildings or full-scale cities with the best absolute accuracy in a short time.
Horizontal absolute accuracy
down to
2
cm/px
0.8 in/px
Vertical absolute accuracy
down to
4
cm/px
1.6 in/px

Zurich digital twin

Explore this high-fidelity digital twin of the city of Zurich that was generated using a WingtraOne GEN II, a  Sony a6100 Oblique camera and Bentley’s ContextCapture software.  

Read the case study

with Bentley ContextCapture

with Esri Site Scan

Recommended software

Wingtra tested and recommends these software for optimal handling of WingtraOne’s high-resolution images and best 3D reconstruction results.

PPK on every drone, for every camera

All cameras, including the multispectrals, now benefit from the built-in multi-frequency L1/L2 PPK GNSS receiver. 

Get centimeter-level* absolute accuracy without ground control points (GCPs) for any type of mission.

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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.

MicaSense RedEdge-MX

Agriculture
Environmental monitoring

Entry model from MicaSense offering 5-band multispectral data capture to produce orthomosaics, NDVI and other advanced vegetation indexes in a single flight. 

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MicaSense Altum

Mining exploration
Environmental research
Forestry
Precision agriculture

High-resolution, narrow, 5-band multispectral data with a synchronized thermal band in a single flight to generate orthomosaics, low resolution thermal maps, vegetation indexes and false color composites.

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Remote ID ready

The WingtraOne GEN II is equipped with a WiFi module that ensures full compliance with existing and upcoming Remote ID regulations. 

What is remote ID ?

Landing precisely where you started increases the overall safety of your flight and allows you to operate in even more confined spaces.

Enhanced landing accuracy

A new navigation and heading unit (NHU) improves GNSS accuracy and boosts the landing accuracy of the WingtraOne down to 2 m.
Landing accuracy
2x2
m
6.6 x 6.6 ft

Extended Services

To further maximize your uptime under any circumstances, we developed the best support a surveying drone has to offer.

Spare drone

A redundant wing that serves as a backup for business continuity or as replacement drone (1).

Accidental Damage Protection

Extra protection in case of physical breakage or failure that is not due to a manufacturing defect (1).

Total Maintenance Plan

All-in-one maintenance solutions for your drone fleet (2).

Training and consulting

Learn how to handle the drone, fly safely and post-process your data.

Extended warranty

A longer warranty for greater peace of mind.

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Online demo

See the WingtraOne in action

Experience the WingtraOne in action from the comfort of your office chair.

What is Remote ID

Remote ID will provide basic identification of drones in flight as well as the location of their ground control stations by air to public safety, law enforcement officials and the public. Hence, Remote ID is often referred to as the “digital license plate” of drones.

This critical information will reduce the risk of drone interference with other drones or aircraft, ensure public safety, and enable more complex drone operations such as BVLOS flights.

With its WiFi module, the WingtraOne Gen II is ready for future remote ID regulations. The exact regulations are still being developed, and Wingtra will provide the required software update by September 2022. 

Drones produced after September 2022 are required to broadcast remote ID over WiFi.

Anyone will be allowed to fly any generation WingtraOne at least until September 2023 even if it doesn’t have remote ID 

Drones produced after January 2023, are required to broadcast remote ID over WiFi.

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