In scientific projects and research work, being able to have an overall overview is of critical importance. It can likewise be helpful to see objects from different perspectives. At the same time it is very important not to disturb or influence the environment in which one is working.




While the environmental impact of vehicles such as cars and helicopters can be considerable, thanks to breakthrough engineering, microdrones are perfectly suited to support projects and research work without disturbing the environment.

Through the use of modern materials such as carbon fibre our aerial platforms can take off and land even in highly sensitive areas, without damaging the surroundings. Even under maximum load the highly efficient electric motors are very quiet, preventing any impact on the environment.

In the video you can see the md4-200 microdrone above the pyramids of El Pueblito in Corregidora Querétaro, Mexico.

Of course a microdrone load is not restricted to camera equipment. With its open interface and the myDrone concept, the microdrone can be used in many projects without the need for complex conversions.

FURTHER microdrones

  • Archaeological research
  • Nuclear accidents – measuring contamination
  • Volcanic eruptions – analysing ash cloud
  • Capturing the spread of algae
  • Examining coastal regions
  • Glacier surveillance
  • Ocean & sea research support
  • Identification of plant species
  • Forestry – monitoring tree disease
  • Meteorological research
  • Nuclear  – tracking contamination
  • Volcanic eruptions – tracking & monitoring ash clouds
  • Mapping of excavation sites
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Iceberg monitoring
  • Recording salt water infiltration
  • Surveillance of volcanoes
  • Flying over historical buildings




  • Nuclear accidents – monitoring contamination
  • Photogrammetry
  • Climate observation
  • Forestry - monitoring
  • Surveillance of sea mammals
  • Mapping the movement of sandbars 
  • Sensor research for RPA
  • Radiation measurement
  • Arctic research
  • Volcanic eruptions – measuring ash cloud
  • Agriculture – mapping plant growth
  • Mapping coastal regions
  • Geophysical surveying
  • Meteorological research
  • Mapping sandbars – measuring
  • Counting animal populations
  • Radiation monitoring