Yuneec International announced the availability of the H520 sUAS, the company’s first drone product dedicated to commercial use. The H520 system uses Yuneec’s proven six-rotor platform and incorporates enterprise-grade cameras and mission planning software for high-end commercial use in verticals, such as construction, inspection (or wind towers and PV panels), video production, and others.
The H520 offers reliable and stable flight, a variety of payload options, and an integrated ground controller while staying true to Yuneec’s standard of excellence in aviation precision and safety. The H520 sUAS is initially available with the E90 high-resolution camera, which uses a large aperture, one-inch sensor.
In addition, the entire line of commercial UAV will be offered with Yuneec’s all-new YES! commercial service program. The YES! Commercial Extended Service Program offers four repair service package options.
The H520 modular design is compatible with Yuneec’s E90, E50 and CGOET cameras. All camera payloads are interchangeable and hot-swap capable, offering time-saving convenience for the commercial operator. Each one of Yuneec’s commercial cameras are capable of a continuous 360-degree motion, providing an unobstructed view from any angle when paired with the H520’s retractable landing gear. Additionally, the camera and gimbal are capable of a 20-degree, up-angle for upward-looking inspections.
“Our team of engineers and product managers have conducted extensive field testing to refine the H520 software and create a best-in-class, commercial-grade UAV,” said Dr. Michael Jiang, CEO of Yuneec International. “We’re confident operators will discover the H520 is a versatile tool for a variety of enterprise applications thanks to its suite of dependable, reliable and advanced features including
Users can also consider Yuneec DataPilot, a complete solution for planning survey and waypoint-based UAV flight. Unlike other flight planning applications, DataPilot is integrated with the hardware and software control system used by the Yuneec H520 sUAS. A key advantage of complete system integration is that UAV operation can be operated as a closed architecture.
DataPilot can efficiently and consistently create orthomaps, 3D scans, drop data imagery (in the field or on the desktop for repeatable), aerial flight paths, and more without requiring expensive third-party software.
“Yuneec’s customers recognize the importance of keeping data and images secure,” said Jiang. “The Yuneec data ecosystem empowers users and organizations to control their data at all times. Yuneec commercial sUAS do not collect and do not share telemetry or visual data to internal or external parties.”
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