Why Fly A Fixed-Wing Drone? Expand Your Corridor Mapping Capabilities Reason 5 (INFOGRAPHIC)
Should you fly a fixed-wing drone or a quadcopter? Which drone platform is the most efficient and cost-effective solution? Reason 5 of our white paper demonstrates how flying a fixed-wing drone can greatly expand your corridor mapping capabilities, making it easier to map coastlines, powerlines, road construction and more. For example, with a senseFly eBee X fixed-wing drone, you can map a 28-kilometer (18 miles) corridor flying at a height of 400 feet (120 meters) versus just nine kilometers (5.6 miles) with a typical quadcopter.
To learn more about this benefit of flying a fixed-wing drone (and four additional benefits), check out the infographic below. And don’t forget to download our exclusive guide, Expand Your Horizons – 5 Reasons to Fly a Fixed-Wing Drone, by clicking the button.
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