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Compact, rotor drones from Parrot weighing just a few hundred grams for visual and thermal building inspections.
KOREC offers, market leading UAV aerial mapping and surveying solutions to suit all budgets including fixed wing and rotary.
Fixed-wing drones are particularly useful for survey applications making it safer, faster and less expensive to collect geospatial data especially in hard-to-reach and even potentially dangerous sites, such as mines, construction zones and quarries. Ideal for mapping larger areas, KOREC offers the senseFly eBee SQ advanced agricultural drone, also especially good for forestry applications and also the best-selling senseFly eBee X suitable for every job and in particular corridor mapping thanks to its long flight time, easy to use eMotion flight management software and of course its range of groundbreaking cameras. This range includes a S.O.D.A. 3D camera, a unique photogrammetry sensor that changes orientation during flight to capture three images—two oblique, one nadir—each time, for a much wider field of view making it ideal for cliff faces etc. Cameras also include the senseFly Aeria X, senseFly Duet T, Parrot Sequoia+, senseFly S.O.D.A. and senseFly Corridor. It’s one of our most popular KOREC UAV’s and the subject of many case studies including 2020’s most read which looks at how a KOREC customer combined eBee X and SX10 3D Scanning Total Station data for a complex tunnel survey.
On the rotary side, KOREC offers a number of small, lightweight solutions, the Parrot ANAFI Thermal with a user-friendly interface to capture and analyse thermal and RGB data, the ANAFI Work an ultra-compact drone solution for every business and the newly released ANAFI USA which combines multiple security measures, great functionality and is operational from the palm of your hand in just 55 seconds making the ANAFI USA a perfect choice for police, fire, search and find, security agencies and surveying and inspection professionals.
Rotary drones are particularly useful for applications requiring inspection work (they can hover) and those that require vertical take-offs and landings.