Wingtra VTOL aerial robot technical overview

WingtraOne Specification

WingtraOne

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    Wingspan

    125cm (49in)

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    Weight (empty)

    3.6kg (7.9lbs)

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    Maximum Take-Off Weight

    4.4kg (9.7lbs)

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    Mission Planning Software

    WingtraPilot

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    Take-Off and Landing

    Fully autonomous at GPS accuracy

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    Optimal Cruise Speed

    55 km/h (34.2mph)

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    Wind Resistance

    Up to 30 km/h (18.6mph) during landing
    45 km/h (28mph) in cruise

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    Payload capacity

    up to 800g (1.8lbs)

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    Flight time

    up to 55 minutes

Cameras

Sony QX1 / 16mm lens

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    Area coverage in one flight

    300+ ha (740+ acres)
    with
    Side overlap: 60%,
    GSD: 3cm/px (1.2in/px),
    Flight altitude: 113m (~370ft)

Sony RX1RII / 35mm lens

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    Area coverage in one flight

    200+ ha (~500+ acres)
    with
    Side overlap: 60%,
    GSD: 1.5cm/px (~0.6in/px),
    Flight altitude: 120m (~400ft)

Micasense Rededge / 5.5mm lens

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    Area coverage in one flight

    150+ ha (~370+ acres)
    with
    Side overlap: 70%,
    GSD: 8cm/px (~3.1in/px),
    Flight altitude: 120m (~400ft)


WingtraOne Workflow

1. Plan your mission with the WingtraPilot

Mission planning has never been easier. Using the intuitive touch interface, you simply highlight the area you want to map and WingtraPilot automatically calculates the optimal flight path. Throughout the flight, you can monitor your WingtraOne in real time.

2. Take off vertically

Launching the aircraft is very simple. You don’t need to throw the aircraft or set up a catapult in advance. Simply remove your WingtraOne from the lightweight, yet rugged, backpack, place it on the ground and confirm the take-off on the tablet. Then just watch it take off to a fully autonomous surveying mission.

3. Land fully autonomously

Landing is as easy as taking off and is also done fully automated. The landing is done vertically at GPS accuracy, even in confined areas. Thanks to the smooth descent your sensors don’t run the risk of getting damaged in a belly landing. Vegetation, rocky ground and hilly terrain will not hinder you from selecting your landing spot.

4. Get the data out

The geotagged images are saved on the sd card of your sensor and are ready to get processed. This way you can transfer even large amounts of data easily onto your computer. Our data output is compatible with all mapping software, allowing you to rely on the one that best serves your needs.