Since 2005, our passionate team of aircraft engineers, software developers and payload integration experts have lead the market for professional drone applications.
Surveying, land development, infrastructure inspection, environmental monitoring, precision agriculture and public safety are done more efficiently and effectively with the help of microdrones solutions
Industry-leading flight times, incredible resistance to harsh conditions, and smart integration maximize your productivity.
The microdrones molding process keeps electronics and wiring protected from the elements. Our system is resistant to rain, sand and salt, so you can fly in harsh conditions.
Brushless, low RPM motors and large props work seamlessly for the life of your airframe. Our motors don't need to work as hard, which translates to longevity.
Our micro-controlled drive system instantly responds to changing winds to maintain the proper flight attitude. For mapping, stable flight delivers more accurate and precise data.
Robust carbon fiber construction makes easy work of an occasional rough landing. Carbon fiber also insulates interior components so you can fly at more extreme temperature and humidity levels.
Our plus sign (+) shaped configuration is more practical. With a motor on the front, the rear and each side, the airframe remains more stable in level flight and during turns. With less energy being consumed for stability, the extra power goes to carrying heavier payloads.
microdrones created a lean, proprietary operating system and used that as the foundation for a flexible autopilot, so you can customize it to meet the specific needs of your mapping project.
mdCockpit tablet version allows you to plan, monitor and analyze your mapping mission. It contains all the tools you need to quickly set your flight plan and waypoints with a few flicks of the finger.
Those who intend to fly their microdrones UAV near power lines can do so with confidence, knowing our quadcopters were rigorously tested for interference up to 380 kV in the high-voltage laboratory of the Technical University Dresden.