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WingtraOne GEN II

  • Maximum Flight Time: Up to 59 min
  • Flight Speed: 16 m/s (35.8 mph)
  • Wind Resistance: Max sustained wind: 12 m/s (27 mph), Max wind gusts: 18 m/s (40 mph), Max sustained wind on the ground: 8/ms (19 mph)
  • Max. Take-off Altitude Above Sea Level: 2500 m (8200 ft), with high-altitude propellers, can take off up to 4800 m (15,700 ft) and fly up to 5000 m (16,400 ft) AMSL
  • Weather Resistance: IP54
  • Auto-Landing Accuracy: < 2 m

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WingtraOne GEN II


Get your survey data faster

The WingtraOne mapping drone’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.

Efficient fixed-wing flight

Fly at 16 m/s (36 mph) for up to 59 minutes per flight for large coverage.

 

No more GCPs, checkpoints only

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.

61 MP camera

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.

 

Lower image overlaps

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.

Survey more in a single flight

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.

Cut your costs

Faster data collection and expanded coverage mean fewer people in the field for less time, lowering the man-hour costs associated with data collection.

A mapping drone for anywhere

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.

Survey data quality that will set you apart

Equipped with a 61 MP full-frame camera powered by Sony, the WingtraOne takes sharp and undistorted nadir images with high pixel density.

GSD down to

0.7 cm/px

(0.3 in/px)

Together with a built-in multi-frequency PPK GNSS receiver and a 61 MP sensor, WingtraOne delivers best-in-class absolute horizontal accuracy.

Absolute horizontal accuracy down to

1 cm

(0.4 in)

A drone you can rely on

No matter the conditions, WingtraOne operates safely and delivers high-quality data, consistently.

Engineered and assembled in Switzerland

Each fixed-wing drone is subjected to more than 300 rigorous tests to ensure the highest quality standard.

 

Predictive self-diagnosis

WingtraOne self-diagnosis component malfunctions using advanced machine learning algorithms based on thousands of flights.

Industry-leading reliability

More than 100,000 flights and 6 years of continuous testing and enhancements will ensure maximum up-time for your operations.

 

Automated safety checks

Before every flight, the WingtraOne automatically checks its own sensors and actuators to make sure you can fly safely.

 

Software for a smooth workflow

WingtraOne comes with a rugged tablet and a feature-rich, easy-to-use flight planning app, so you can perform successful data collection from day one.

SPECIFICATIONS

Drone

Drone type
Tailsitter vertical take-off and landing (VTOL)
Weight
3.7 kg (8.1 lb)
Max. payload weight
800 g (1.8 lb)
Wingspan
125 cm (4.1 ft)
Battery capacity
Two 99 Wh batteries (a pair of batteries required)
Radio link
Bi-directional 10 km (6 mi) in direct line of sight, keep in mind that obstacles reduce the range

Software and tablet

Flight planning & mission control software
Tablet
supplied
Rugged Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3, water and dust resistant, MIL-STD-810-certified, WingtraPilot pre-installed.

Operations

Flight speed
16 m/s (35.8 mph)
Wind resistance
Max sustained wind: 12 m/s (27 mph)
Max wind gusts: 18 m/s (40 mph)
Max sustained wind on the ground: 8/ms (19 mph)
Maximum flight time
Up to 59 min
See Knowledge Base for what flight time to expect in different flying conditions
Min. space for take-off and landing
2 m × 2 m (6.6 ft × 6.6 ft)
Temperature
-10 to +40 °C (14 to 104 °F)
Max. take-off altitude above sea level
2500 m (8200 ft)
With high-altitude propellers it is possible to take off from up to 4800 m (15,700 ft) and fly up to 5000 m (16,400 ft) AMSL
Weather
IP54, not recommended to fly in fog, rain and snow
Ground Control Points required
No (with PPK option)
Using 3 checkpoints to verify the accuracy is recommended
Auto-Landing accuracy
< 2 m (< 7 ft)

Results

Maximum expected coverage in one flight
at 120 m (400 ft) altitude above take-off point*
RGB61
310 ha (760 ac)
1.9 cm (0.74 in)/px GSD
Sony RX1R II
210 ha (550 ac)
1.6 cm (0.63 in)/px GSD
Sony a6100
240 ha (600 ac)
2.4 cm (0.9 in)/px GSD
Max. expected coverage in one flight
at 2 cm/px (0.8 in/px) GSD*
RGB61
315 ha (780 ac)
128 m (315 ft) altitude
Sony RX1R II
275 ha (280 ac)
155 m (510 ft) altitude
Sony a6100
205 ha (500 ac)
205 m (330 ft) altitude
Lowest possible GSD
RGB61
0.7 cm (0.28 in)/px
45 m (147 ft) altitude
Sony RX1R II
0.7 cm (0.28 in)/px
53 m (170 ft) altitude
Sony a6100
1.2 cm (0.47 in)/px
61 m (200 ft) altitude
Mapping accuracy with PPK
Absolute accuracy (RMS), without GCPs
Absolute accuracy (RMS) with RGB61
Horizontal down to 1 cm (0.4 in)
Vertical down to 3 cm (1.2 in) Relative accuracy
Horizontal: down to 0.003 %Read more about absolute accuracy with PPK
Mapping accuracy without PPK
(without GCPs)
Absolute accuracy (RMS)
3 to 5 m (9.8 to 16.4 ft) Relative accuracy
Horizontal 0.15 %
* side overlap: 60%

Things to know before you fly

Before taking your new drone for a flight, it is crucial to adhere to the regulations set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and ensure compliance with the Drone Safety Rules. To familiarise yourself with the important safety laws and information regarding drone flights in Australia, we recommend visiting knowyourdrone.gov.au. Additionally, you can download any of the recommended Drone safety apps to determine suitable flight locations. It’s important to note that the details provided in the Product Overview are subject to any prohibitions, restrictions, and limitations outlined in the CASA Rules.

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