European Premiere: md4-3000 at CeBIT
Published on 05.03.2013 by Michael Thoss
The new microdrone md4-3000 together with the 3D Multimedia Glasses “cinemizer OLED” (ZEISS) at high tech exhibition CeBIT in Hannover (ZEISS booth, Hall 15, A20).
At CeBIT 2013, the European premiere of the new microdrone md4-3000 takes place. In addition to the already existing aerial platforms microdrone md4-200 and microdrone md4-1000, which are available on the market for more than 7 years now, the third unmanned aerial platform is joining the microdrones family: The new, patented aerodynamic design of the md4-3000 is capable of achieving maximum range with more efficient and even faster flight characteristics along with a higher payload capacity.
Whether in rescue operations, inspections jobs at industrial plants or in search and rescue missions - wherever a quick and comprehensive overview is needed, the remote-controlled flying microdrones platforms are in use – every day and worldwide.
In collaboration with the optical and opto-electronics company Carl Zeiss (www.zeiss.com) microdrones supports the 3D multimedia glasses "cinemizer OLED".
cinemizer product manager Franz Troppenhagen explains:
"With an integrated battery, a light weight of 80 grams on the nose and an advanced display technology, the cinemizer OLED is optimized for mobile use. Thus a user immediately will see what is right in front of the UAV camera - anytime and anywhere."
At the CeBIT ZEISS booth (Hall 15, A20), visitors will meet - among other technology - the new microdrone md4-3000, mounted in 3 meters of height. The UAV camera can be controlled via the “cinemizer OLED” and its new head tracker system.
The microdrones aerial platforms (UAV) can be controlled manually with a remote control or automatically via GPS and mdCockpit Waypoint Navigation.
microdrones UAVs are designed for a variety of uses:
Among others, clients such as the state police of Saxony, the Fire Service of the British West Midlands or the civil protection unit of the UN program UNOSAT gain by the use of the microdrones aerial platforms.
The minimal noise of microdrones quadrocopter of less than 68 DBA in three meters distance has already allowed sensitive applications, such as watching and counting colonies of penguins in the Arctic and exceptional wildlife shots in the Serengeti.
For microdrones CEO Sven Juerss the "cinemizer OLED" is a practical and versatile addition to the microdrones aerial platforms:
"The cinemizer offers an optimal image - even in strong sunlight. At the same time, the design of the glasses also allows to stay in direct and visible contact with the platform - essential due to safety reasons"