Make Your Research Vision a Reality with a Microdrones UAV.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are allowing today’s researchers to achieve feats that previous generations of academics only dreamed about. Microdrones is honored to partner with researchers around the globe who use our drones to advance human knowledge as they seek solutions to the world’s greatest problems.
Microdrones UAVs: The Perfect Choice for Research
Why do so many researchers trust Microdrones aircraft? There are many reasons, but the two most important are flexibility and performance. Our three highly-versatile drones can be integrated with a wide variety of sensors and equipment, so they can be tailored to meet your specific research needs. Advanced technology and engineering ensure highly accurate data collection and exceptional performance when faced with harsh environments and conditions.
Researchers who use Microdrones aircraft benefit from:
Industry-leading flight times – collect more data more quickly.
Resilience against harsh weather conditions, high voltage, and strong magnetic fields.
Reduced environmental impact when compared to cars, human access, and traditional aircraft.
Extremely quiet operation – avoid disturbing wildlife, ruins, and other delicate subjects.
High payload capacities – carry the equipment and tools you need.
Easy use – Our UAVs were designed for simple use, so a beginner can usually learn to competently control them with less than one hour of training.
Intuitive software allows you to plan automated flights, monitor flights in real time, easily change or repeat missions in the field, and analyze flight data afterward.
Versatility/Flexibility – Thanks to its open interface and the values upon which it was developed, Microdrones UAVs can be used in many projects without the need for complex conversions. Microdrones is committed to developing technology that is as customizable as possible, so the solution can be tailored to perfectly meet your requirements.
Direct georeferencing – Geospatial researchers will appreciate the most advanced georeferencing technology available.
As Seen in Inside Unmanned Systems: In cooperation with the University of Sherbrooke, Microdrones flew a LiDAR system at a national park in Quebec. The system was used to quickly and accurately measure snow depth to better predict the risk of an avalanche.
Microdrones Tracks Mole Activity in France: The IntelEspace geomatics platform of the MSH Clermont-Ferrand (USR 3550) conducted research with a Microdrones UAV, equipped with different payloads for acquiring data (camera, multispectral, thermal and Lidar.) The research project was carried out with support by the French Government and Europe.
If you can imagine a project that requires aerial data collection, Microdrones can probably help you accomplish it. To find out more, tell us what you’d like to do and a Microdrones UAV expert will answer your questions and provide you with the information you need. Below are just a few examples of research applications for which our drones are being or could be used: