WingtraOne GEN II’s unique set of features empowers you to minimize your time flying and get more work done, be it another project in the field or analyzing your data at the office.
Whether it’s a highway, an industrial complex or a mine, you can now take on large projects that were previously impossible to map with a drone. And it takes you just a few hours.
Fly at 16 m/s (36 mph) for up to 59 minutes per flight for large coverage.
WingtraOne can fly higher than drones limited to 20 MP cameras, so you capture more ground and more detail with every picture and a larger area per flight.
With an onboard high-precision PPK GNSS receiver you no longer need to lay out ground control points (GCPs). Use as few as three checkpoints to verify your map quality
High quality optics means you can reconstruct your map reliably even with lower overlaps. This means more new ground covered per flight line and maximum coverage per flight.
at 1.2 cm/px (0.5 in/px) GSD
WingtraOne RX1R II
42 MP camera
110 ha (272 ac)
93 m (305 ft) altitude
Other fixed-wing drones
20 MP camera
70 ha (173 ac)
57 m (187 ft) altitude
20 MP camera
8 ha (20 ac)
44 m (144 ft) altitude
Faster data collection and expanded coverage mean fewer people in the field for less time, lowering the man-hour costs associated with data collection.
Data collection time and costs for an industrial complex of 1,200 ha (3,000 acres)
Thanks to its VTOL design, WingtraOne can take-off and land almost anywhere—even in confined spaces or on rough terrain. This enables you to collect data where other drones cannot
WingtraOne’s camera never comes into contact with the ground, meaning no debris scratching your camera lens and thus a longer equipment lifetime.
No matter the conditions, WingtraOne operates safely and delivers high-quality data, consistently.
Each drone is subjected to more than 300 rigorous tests to ensure the highest quality standard
More than 100,000 flights and 6 years of continuous testing and enhancements will ensure maximum up-time for your operations.
WingtraOne self-diagnosis component malfunctions using advanced machine learning algorithms based on thousands of flights
Before every flight, the WingtraOne automatically checks its own sensors and actuators to make sure you can fly safely.
Equipped with a 42 MP full-frame Sony camera, the WingtraOne takes sharp and undistorted nadir images with high pixel density, resulting in a GSD of down to 0.7 cm / px.
GSD down to