Vertical Technologies DeltaQuad maps uninhabited island

At the end of this new DeltaQuad compilation video, you can see the 3D rendering that was created from a survey mission of a dutch peninsula. The mission was flown using a DeltaQuad Pro #MAP carrying a Sony A7R3 with a 35mm lens. Using Pix4D the data was processed and a 3D map of the island was rendered.

The company responsible for monitoring the island had previously used a DJI Inspire which required 18 batteries and 2 days of non-stop mapping. After switching to the DeltaQuad they were able to map the entire island in a single flight with no more then 60% battery consumption. The increased stability and high resolution camera payload produced significantly better quality images.

Make sure you watch the video to high resolution and skip to 3:16 to see the results.

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