The H520E-OFDM Hexacopter was specially developed for commercial drone applications and provides SAR ground teams, inspectors, police, fire brigades and surveying teams with a versatile tool. The H520E-OFDM is a robust, powerful and flexible UAV platform that can be ideally adapted to individual requirements and thus enables a variety of industry-specific applications. Long flight times and high-quality camera systems with embedded GPS data allow an area to be recorded quickly and precisely, while the interference-free precision compass enables flying even in previously difficult-to-fly environments. In addition to the performance and flexibility, great emphasis was placed on the drone's flight and data security when developing the platform.
Flexible UAV Platform For Commercial Applications
Comprehensive DataPilot™ Software
Yuneec DataPilot™ is a comprehensive software solution for planning waypoint and survey missions, that is fully integrated into the hardware and software of the H520E-OFDM. The DataPilot™ software system enables users to efficiently and consistently create orthomaps, 3D scans, crop data imagery, in the field or on the desktop for repeatable, recallable aerial flight paths, without requiring expensive third party software. Surveillance flights, construction measurements, BIM components, accident reconstruction, 3D scans, orthomosaics and photo stitches are created with high precision and efficiency via the DataPilot interface. DataPilot™ is installed as standard on the ST16E remote control.
Protection Of Sensitive Data
The H520E-OFDM has been developed as a closed system, its technical design prevents communication with third-party servers. Communication only takes place between the drone, the payload and the ST16E remote control. Log files are stored locally in the drone and are only required by Yuneec for service purposes in the event of a guarantee. There is no involuntary data transfer to servers. Neither flight data nor images, videos or log files are forwarded to external servers and remain in your possession. Thus, your data is optimally protected.
Preconstruction survey, topographical measurements and project progress become concise and efficient using unmanned aviation solutions. The Yuneec H520E-OFDM is designed to fly repeatable, perfect-placement flight over construction sites, providing not only measurable and demonstrable project data, but also helping to identify shrink points or at-risk areas. Autonomous flight allows for repeated flights that may be layered to determine changes in the work site and provide comparisons over time.
Vertical structures can be inspected safely and efficiently with the precise flight behavior of the H520E-OFDM. Long focal lengths allow users to fly further back from the object being viewed, without compromising image quality or depth. DataPilot™ can store missions that require weekly or monthy re-flight for purposes of comparison, failure evaluation, or deterioration studies. The safety improvement and cost reduction with sUAS inspection are staggering in comparison.
Accident scene reconstruction, crime scene mapping, as “eye in the sky” for crowd control or monitoring of targeted areas: The H520E-OFDM offers the necessary payloads for optimal performance. The Yuneec H520E-OFDM empowers Law Enforcement officers to quickly record an accident scene in 2D or 3D, for later assembly of data for court appearances, reporting, or archiving. High-quality camera systems with embedded GPS data enables evidence-gathering to be captured and examined before the crime, accident, or fire investigators or first-responders have entered the area.
Search & Rescue
The Yuneec H520E-OFDM enhances safety at a contaminated scene, speeds rescue and recovery, and offers scene management tools through thermal imaging and resource management. Firefighters appreciate the ability to “see” through smoke and rapidly identify hotspots using thermal imaging, and the ability to gain a birdseye view of operations on a large scene. In addition, the drone can be used for scouting the route ahead for obstacles, finding victims, photographing remote crash sites, terrain mapping, crash site monitoring or for improving communication.