Our Drones

The SuperFox is an autonomous and versatile multirotor drone granting full redundancy with carbon blades. With 43 minutes of endurance and a complete automation, the SuperFox can carry out significant photogrammetric surveys and be used in many applications. The SuperFox stands out thanks to its in-flight stability and its ability to carry a payload of up to 4 kg.

  • Surveying & Mapping, Inspection, Videography
  • Bridges, vegetation, buildings, construction, as built.
  • 3D modeling, Volume, Data georeferencing.
  • RGB, IR, multispectral, LIDAR payload options.

Key Features:
  • Hight autonomy and accuracy of images
  • Versatile choice of payloads and sensors
  • very short setup time
  • Up to 43 minutes endurance
  • Up to 4 kg payload
  • Up to 50 ha scanning area
  • Wind resistant  50 km/h

The Aibot X6 UAS drones makes it possible to generate aerial photographs in high density with great accuracy for orthophotos and 3D landscape models.


The Aibot is particularly suited for the inspection of high voltage cables, wind turbines and objects like dams and high (historical) builings. Compared to inspections performed from the ground, considerable reductions in time and risk and an increase in data quality can be achieved. The Aibot X6 can be guided with high precision in the near vicinity of these objects, and, if necessary, is able to hover at the desired altitude to gather data.

SmartPlanes Freya drones perform surveys for 3D mapping of areas or objects, infrastucture, mining, forestry and agriculture, volume calculations, oil & gas exploration and protection of nature and wildlife.

The SmartPlanes drone can be equipped with various sensors, for example infrared thermography, LiDAR and magnetometer. With the flightplanning software you are able to outline the area you want surveyed with great precision, or plan an exact route for the drone.

The initial weight of the SmartPlanes fixed wing drone is max 1.5 kg with a flight time of 45 to 75 minutes, depending on the workload. The maximum workload is 600 grams.

Getting started
Unpacking the drone and getting ready for launch takes less than 10 minutes. After installing the right equipment, the drone is thrown to launch and it will start doing its job. While the drone is flying the results are immediately visible on a laptop.

Data analysis
Once you’ve downloaded all the photos and data from your flight, you’re in possession of a goldmine of knowledge. With the  corresponding processing and interpretation software we’re able to analyze the collected data down to astonishingly precise detail.

The HEF 32 is an unmanned helicopter with a two-blade single rotor. Because of its small size, light weight and unique capabilities, it creates a class of its own. Its strength lies in the fact that it will fit in any small van or estate car without any prior disassembly. It offers flight times up to 4 hours and is capable to carry a payload of 5 kg.

The advantages of a helicopter drone over a multirotor or fixed wing drone are:
  • Helicopters can carry a heavier load (sensors).
  • It can stay in the air for a longer period of time.
  • A helicopter can fly even in bad weather circumstances.

This drone is mainly used in surveys of larger areas with sensors too heavy for other lightweight drones, for precision surveys that require flying slowly at low hight and for the surveying of areas with complex topography.