Specifications

Endurance

50 min

Range

4 km

Weight

1600 gm

Cruise speed

15 m/s

Payload

300 gm

Dimensions

1200 x 400 x 150

Wind limit

50 kmph

Take off/Land

Autonomous

Mapping & Survey

Area/flight

1 Sqkm @120m

Resolution

3 cm/px @120m

Horiz. accuracy

Upto 3 cm

Vert. accuracy

Upto 5 cm

Precision Agriculture

Area/flight

0.5 Sqkm @120m

Resolution

8 cm/px

Bands

R,G,B,NIR,RedEdge

Overlap

75%

Support

2 days on-­site comprehensive training included with product purchase

6 month on-­site warranty

Free life-­time Ground Control System updates

You capture, we process !!! Guaranteed 2 days data processing & editing

Sparrow for Mapping & Survey

Mapping Workflow

4-step process to perform full-scale survery

PLAN

All you need to do is either mark your area on a google map interface we provide or upload KML file of your Area of Interest to the FW

FLY

Once you upload KMl file or marked your AOI, press “FLY” on the Ground Control interface & gently throw the FW forward. From here-on sit back & relax, the FW does it’s work on it’s own.

PROCESS

Once the FW autonomously lands at its designated landing spot, take out the data card from inside & upload the data onto the preferred post-processing software you have chosen like Pix4D or Agisoft Photoscan or InPho or Dronedeploy etc.,

IMPORT​

Once the post-processing software generates outputs you have chosen, the results can be appropriately imported to any of your favourite softwares like Autocad, Minex, Arcgis etc.,

Direct Outputs

The aerial imagery taken from FW are stitched together resulting in a very high resolution (2-3 cm/pixel) accurately geo-tagged (3-5 cm accurate) orthophoto.

Contour is the most common method used to denote elevation or altitude and depth on maps. They are most widely used in planning & development of highways, corridors, infrastructure, urban planning, irrigation etc., From these contours, a sense of the general terrain can be determined. They are used at a variety of scales, from large-scale engineering drawings and architectural plans, through topographic maps and bathymetric charts, up to continental-scale maps.

Comprises of millions of data points with an average 40-50 points per Sq meter. Each data point consists of X, Y, Z coordinates in any desired projection system (WGS 84 by default). This data can also be classified as ground, buildings and vegetation. It’s a LiDAR-like output (with limitations in the presence of very dense vegetation & surface water presence) which can be easily imported to CAD based work.

DSM represents surface elevations in index form. The DSM represents a continuous surface, which along with bare earth considers objects and structures such as trees and buildings as part of the surface. Simply putting, it represents all those surfaces that are visible orthonormal from the drone. Ground-based objects can be further manually/semi-automatically removed to produce a digital terrain model (DTM)

Data Features

30

million data points per sq km with 2 cm horizontal & 3.5 cm vertical accuracies

98%

Volummetric measurements accuracy

98%

Area / Dimensional accuracies

100%

support in importing the direct outputs to Assistance AutoCAD, ArcGIS, Minex etc.

Sparrow for Precision Agriculture

Sample Multi-spectral Data

4-step process to perform full-scale survery

PLAN

All you need to do is mark your agricultural land on a google map interface we provide

FLY

Once you marked your land, press “FLY” on the Ground Control interface & gently throw the FW forward. From here-on sit back & relax, the FW does it’s work on it’s own.

PROCESS

Once the Sparrow autonomously lands at its designated landing spot, take out the data card from inside & upload the data onto the preferred post-processing software you have chosen like Pix4D or Atlas etc.,

ANALYZE

The data is very simple to understand. It represents (in colors) health & status of crop at precise GPS locations/areas. You can very easily identify and navigate through portions of your agricultural land that requires attention.

Direct Outputs

This indicates the chlorophyll concentration in the leaves of the crops, which indirectly comments on the crops' health. It can be directly related to other ground parameters such as percentage of ground cover, photosynthetic activity of the plant, surface water and the amount of biomass

It can be directly related to other ground parameters such as percentage of ground cover, photosynthetic activity of the plant, surface water and the amount of biomass

A different sensor (thermal) can capture the stress developed in plants/crop helping you to understand the water distribution and accordingly plan irrigation.

The aerial imagery (from RGB sensor) taken from FW are stitched together resulting in a very high resolution (5-8 cm/pixel) accurately geo-tagged orthophoto. This orthophoto can be very useful in many ways. Design your irrigation plan, check boundaries, understand the landscape, plan for secondary crops etc.,

Data Features

Plant health analysis

Yield monitoring

Chlorophyll indication & Nitrogen recommendation

Plant stress assessment