High-resolution mapping – Create high-resolution 2D and 3D maps, or complement fixed-wing drone data by mapping a site’s highly inclined and vertical surfaces 3D modelling – Capture high-resolution aerial imagery and transform this into full 3D models of buildings and small/medium-sized infrastructure Inspection – Examine and document surfaces and objects—such as bridges, towers, rooftops and cliff faces—in high-resolution.
Meet albris, the sensor-rich drone for professionals, offering TripleView imaging and advanced situational awareness.
- High-resolution mapping – Create high-resolution 2D and 3D maps, or complement fixed-wing drone data by mapping a site’s highly inclined and vertical surfaces
- 3D modelling – Capture high-resolution aerial imagery and transform this into full 3D models of buildings and small/medium-sized infrastructure
- Inspection – Examine and document surfaces and objects—such as bridges, towers, rooftops and cliff faces—in high-resolution
INTELLIGENT MAPPING &INSPECTION DRONE
3 reasons to choose the albris
1. One flight, three types of imagery
The albris can capture and geotag video, still and thermal imagery, all during the same flight, without landing to change cameras.
2. Advanced situational awareness
Five dual sensor modules, positioned around the drone, enable the albris to get up close to structures and surfaces safely, in order to achieve sub-millimetre image resolutions.
3. Choose your flight mode
The albris offers full flight mode flexibility. Choose between an autonomous, GPS-guided flight or a live-streaming interactive flight, or start in autonomous mode and ‘go live’ on demand.
albris is a sensor-rich platform with the widest camera breadth of any civilian drone. Its fully stabilised TripleView camera head allows you to switch between HD and thermal video imagery, live during your flight, plus you can capture high-resolution still images on demand. All of this data can be saved for further analysis post-flight, and all without landing to change payloads.
The TripleView head features a 180-degree vertical range of motion, 6x digital zoom, active gimbal stabilisation and, thanks to the albris’s shrouding frame design, an unobstructed field of view. The albris is capable of achieving a 1 mm still image resolution at a surface distance of 5 m (16.4 ft).
albris is designed from the ground up to perform live inspections of buildings and other structures. Its onboard navcams and ultrasonic sensors provide the visual and proximity feedback you require to take the right decisions and maximise every mission’s chances of success.
Fully autonomous: Are you looking to map a small site, such as a plant or construction site, directly from above? Or maybe a specific point of interest such as a building or tower? If so, choose an autonomous albris mission. Suits: High-res 2D mapping, 3D building mapping, construction monitoring, agricultural & archaeological mapping.
Interactive ScreenFly mode: Need to perform a live inspection? Use albris’s ScreenFly controller to fly an assisted interactive mission. Suits: High-res 2D mapping, 3D building mapping, construction monitoring, agricultural & archaeological mapping.
Powered by Pix4D technology, Postflight Terra 3D includes a Rapid Check feature, mosaic and rayCloud editors, a full Quality Report, plus a point cloud fly-through video creator and much more.
Postflight Terra 3D is a professional photogrammetry software program, which is supplied as standard with every albris drone. Use it to transform still RGB from any albris flight into geo-referenced 2D orthomosaics, 3D building models, 3D point clouds, triangle models, digital surface models and more — in just a few easy clicks.
Important note: The use of the albris must conform to the applicable laws of the country where it is operated. It is the sole responsibility of the client to be informed of applicable restrictions. For example, the UK has rules that restrict the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to: line‐of‐sight operation only, specific airspace & maximum altitude, and/or prior approval by the authorities in charge through the CAA.