Credit: Quantum Systems
The launch of Trinity Pro, the future-proof mapping drone built to adapt to shifting demands and boost decision-making through aerial imagery with a high level of safety and usability, was announced today by Quantum Systems GmbH, the aerial intelligence business that offers multi-sensor gathering drones to commercial customers and government agencies.
With its wide array of sensors, the Trinity Pro significantly boosts the ROI of its wildly popular predecessor and solidifies its position as the top fixed-wing VTOL drone.
Addressing the dynamic requirements of the market for goods and services The Trinity Pro’s cutting-edge flight control technology enables ongoing innovation to meet ever changing industrial needs.
The Trinity Pro has an increased feature set, gathering and providing additional information in less time than ever before. It was created with the demands of tomorrow’s data consumers in mind.
The Trinity Pro enhances drone functionality while being user-friendly and easy to incorporate into current processes. The Trinity Pro presents itself as the most user-friendly and high-performing fixed wing/VTOL drone on the market right now, with little downtime and minimum maintenance needs.
Concentrating on Synthesis of Hardware-Software
The Trinity Pro is a cutting-edge autonomous aerial system (UAS) made to respond quickly to changing conditions, offer more connection, and hasten decision-making. The Quantum- Skynode autopilot, which uses a Linux mission computer, is the brain of Trinity Pro. This offers more internal storage, mobility, and smooth interoperability in addition to more onboard processing capability. These cutting-edge avionics technologies enable the platform to be AI-ready, permit the integration of upcoming sensors later on, and offer cutting-edge safety measures while conducting field operations.
An improved terrain-following mechanism is now included of Trinity Pro, which greatly increases operational safety. Additionally, trigger point computations are enhanced, which enhances image overlap and boosts data quality. Trinity Pro also has a linear approach for landing and automated wind simulation for collision prevention in inclement weather.
Trinity Pro also has a downfacing LiDAR sensor, which offers extremely precise terrain avoidance and landing management. For speedier data transfer, the system has USB-C connections. Trinity Pro has enhanced wind restrictions of up to 14 m/s in cruising mode (managing gusts up to 18 m/s) and 11 m/s during hover, making it resistant to damage from dust and water.
Constructed in Continuation of The Trinity F90+ UAS
The 2017 debut of the Trinity UAS was intended to simplify the difficult process of gathering aerial data. Since then, the Trinity platform’s performance and functionality have improved consistently, and new features have been added to further the technology’s usability and accessibility for everyday tasks.
Customers from all around the world are using the Trinity platform to collect more aerial imagery than ever before to enhance their business operations as drone use continues to grow.
Over 75,000 flight hours have now been logged on the platform, which is continually evolving in response to the growing demand for technology, accuracy of data, and safety certification.
Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) development, design, and manufacture are Quantum Systems’ specialties. Electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) offered by the business are designed to maximise range and adaptability and provide operators a smooth user experience. Quantum Systems is developing the next-generation of unmanned aircraft systems for clients in the military, security, and public sectors by combining cutting-edge software capabilities including edge computing and real-time powered by artificial intelligence data processing.
Located 20 kilometres west of Munich at the Special Airport Oberpfaffenhofen, Quantum-Systems was established in 2015.
About Quantum Systems
Quantum Systems specialises in the development, design, and production of small
Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS). The company’s range of electric vertical take-off and
landing (eVTOL) sUAS are built to maximize range and versatility and to provide operators
with a seamless user experience. By integrating cutting-edge software capabilities, like
edge computing and real-time AI-powered data processing, Quantum Systems is building
next-generation UAS for clients in defence, security, public sectors.
Quantum-Systems was founded in 2015 and is headquartered at Special Airport
Oberpfaffenhofen, 20 km west of Munich.
For more information about Quantum-Systems visit www.quantum-systems.com
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