The Albatros System
ALBATROS is an autonomous system designed for professionals equipped with the unmanned airplane especially useful for photogrammetry and inspection of linear infrastructure or large areas. Its functionality allows among others to collect data for generating orthophotomaps, digital terrain models (DTM) and digital surface models (DSM). Additionally the system can be used in agriculture e.g. to determine the flora condition or surveillance purpose.
Our product is aimed at the most demanding user. The entire platform is manufactured from composite materials (carbon & aramid fibre) that make it extremely durable while maintaining light weight. Ultralight construction with cutting edge electric propulsion enables Albatros to achieve unique operational capabilities and performance.
Flight time up to 120 minutes
Flight range up to 120 km
Payload up to 2 kg
Resists wind of 15 m/s
Most operations are performed for you.
High Precision because of the GNSS RTK module.
Crash avoidance system and emergency parachute
High Quality & Durability
Fully composite body.
Available in a close-knit team
Consultancy – Delivery – Training – Assistance – Warranty – Service – Upgrading
Unmanned aerial system equipped with a fully composite motor glider with outstanding flight properties, characterised by its high resistance and durability.
Unmanned aerial system equipped with a fully composite motor glider with outstanding flight properties, characterised by high resistance and durability.
One of the key features of this system, proving its remarkable usefulness, is its ability to perform a variety of tasks due to its selected modules.
ALBATROS automatically flies at desired altitude, saving georeferencial images of the terrain. The system is equipped with a self-stabilizing observation head which enables it to take high quality images or recordings even during gusty wind.
Albatross – An albatross aloft can be a spectacular sight. These feathered giants have the longest wingspan of any bird, up to 3.7 meters! Albatrosses use their formidable wingspans to ride the ocean winds and sometimes to glide for hours without rest or even a flap of their wings. An Albatross is able to travel 1000 km daily.
Mission planning involves identifying the designated terrain to carry out the flight at the Ground Flight Control Station. After uploading a route to the autopilot the plane is ready to be hand-launched.
Thanks to the GNSS RTK GPS/GLONASS module, our drone can be navigated by an autopilot with centimeter-level positioning accuracy
We use Albatros system for Photomapping.
The system has been designed to meet the needs of users who desire a selection of various optical devices depending on the task. The modular system allows for quick and convenient exchange of observational heads with integrated electromechanical stabilization. Novelty RPAS provides heads that allow you to move two optical devices at the same time.
Modules offered with our system define its functionality.
Allows creating accurate maps, orthophotomaps, 3D terrain models, performing measurements and taking remarkable aerial photos.
Module designed for forest observation and protection.
Module designed for detecting the condition of plants using near-infrared (NIR) or multispectral (MCA) camera.
ALBATROS, equipped with a GeoScanner (24 MP, 20 mm) module remaining in the air for 120 minutes, can collect data on the following parameters for orthophotomaps in visible light.
|Ground Sampling Distance (GSD)||Altitude (AGL)||Area (O65%, S20%)||Area (O85%, S65%)|
|30 cm||1500 m||125 km2||58 km2|
|20 cm||1000 m||85 km2||39 km2|
|10 cm||500 m||45 km2||20 km2|
|5 cm||250 m||23 km2||10 km2|
|3 cm||150 m||14 km2||6,1 km2|
|2 cm||100 m||9,3 km2||3,9 km2|
Moreover Albatros can collect data from 100 km segment of linear infrastructure in 100 minutes flight.
O (overlap) – coverage in the flight line direction
S (sidelap) – coverage in the lateral direction