Compact thermal UAV for infrastructure applications

May 27th, 2019, Published in Articles: PositionIT

Parrot’s Anafi Thermal is lightweight (315g) UAV-based thermography solution comprising a drone with sensor and software. In addition to its built-in 4K HDR camera, it integrates a Flir thermal sensor. The solution allows professionals to view live thermal and RGB images (4K HDR) of surfaces, structures or at-risk areas as the drone flies over or under them. The solution allows professionals to take immediate action or analyse recorded photos and videos in detail. The two embedded miniaturised cameras (thermal and RGB 4K) are stabilised on three axes for sharp videos and clear pictures in any flight condition. The Flir radiometric thermal-imaging camera has a 160×120 resolution and a temperature range of -10°C to 400°C, and can take relative, absolute or spot measurements. The pilot can instantly identify areas of heat loss in hot and cold spots and isolate subjects directly from the FreeFlight 6 app. The solution is suited to various applications, from civil security and rescue services to building and public works, the energy sector or for the preservation of the environment and animal species.

Contact Fabien Laxague, Parrot, fabien.laxague@parrot.com

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