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The AscTec Falcon 8 is a high-tech micro Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) with flexible camera and sensing options to suit your application.
The Falcon 8 from Ascending Technologies is designed for remote sensing applications as well as aerial photogrammetry and videography both on- and offshore. Weighing just 2.3kg, the Falcon 8 is the most portable and easy-to-use solution available.
Key features include:
It is a proven and tested solution for high precision aerial mapping for applications including:
Due to its small size, the Falcon 8 can be transported as is, fully assembled. Open the box, insert the battery and you are ready to fly!
The AscTec High Performance GPS ensures stable positioning to make flying the Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) easy. In fact it is more like working with a tripod than flying a plane, as the patented v-shape structure keeps the rotary blades clear from the camera and protects the system.
The AscTec Navigator is a fully integrated software solution, tagging aerial images and flight data for geo-referenced applications and geocoding.
It provides comprehensive functionality, while still being intuitive and easy to use.
Plan your mission before take off: define the survey zone, ground resolution and photo overlap, number of waypoints and positions.
Adapt and optimise the sequence route, set camera orientation, adjust single parameters and hit save! You can either export the flight plan then and there or export it later as required.
Trinity technology has to be seen to be believed, delivering unparalleled in-flight stability and precision flying in various weather conditions.
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