I recommend this drone 3DR SOLO with Sony Camera if you have the
budget of USD 2,000 for the drone.
I think I this company is based in Spain.
You can fly this drone to take aerial photos.
30 ha for 21 minutes at 400 ft or 121 meters altitude.
More info on the URL above.
I am in the process of modifying 3DR SOLO to carry 3 action cameras
(not GoPro) for aerial topo mapping and NDVI mapping.
However, you have to buy as well Photo Scan Pro or Pix4D which very
expensive USD 3,000 - USD 4,000 for orthomosaicking especially if you
Multirotor is easy (10x easier) to fly than fixed-wing drone.You need
a training to fly fixed-wing UAV.
On 12/2/16, Piotr Kania <p.ka...@op.pl> wrote:
> I'm sorry if my question is out of the main topics - my current employer
> would like to buy drone. They would like to use it for "registration"
> such things as (for example) - small areas without trees in dense
> forest, that were cut (it's not a national park, but normal typical
> forest -> so here we have timber harvest etc.); here is link to Google
> Maps, that shows what I mean -
> Normally I (or someone else) must walk with gps receiver, then digitize
> that "holes" in qgis. The idea is to use drone for that - and here is my
> question - what would you recommend? - I know the max. acceptable price
> is about 2300 usd, but it's better to assume 1200 usd. I think my
> employer would be already happy if such "drone" just make aerial photos
> that can be used for mapping, I don't think that my company would like
> to have some 3d data (DEM, DSM).
> Thanks for any hints
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