The Ranger Pro 1100 is a rugged quadcopter platform that provides a flight time of up to 38 minutes and a carrying capacity of 6 lbs. The portable drone features folding arms and a removable landing gear, and fits into a compact carrying case for easy storage, transport and deployment.
The versatile and highly customizable drone platform can be engineered to carry almost any sensor or payload, including LiDAR scanners, visible and thermal cameras, and more. Made from lightweight carbon fiber and aluminium, the Ranger Pro 1100 is tough enough to handle dirty and difficult environments while protecting expensive payloads.
The Ranger Pro 1100 can be provided ready-to-fly with a number of payloads for specific applications, including:
- Sony a6000 24.3MP camera with 3x optical zoom - for starter photogrammetry
- Sony Alpha 7R Series 42MP to 61MP gimballed camera payloads - for advanced photogrammetry
- Rock Robotics LiDAR payloads - for entry-level LiDAR scanning
- Tridar LiDAR payloads - for powerline inspection
- GeoCue LiDAR payloads - for surveying and topographical mapping
- FLIR Vue Pro R – for thermal inspection
An intuitive smart ground control station (GCS) is provided as standard with the Ranger Pro. With a range of up to 3 miles, it can be used for drone control, video streaming, as well as FPV (first person view).
The rugged UAV can withstand wind speeds of over 50 mph and features built-in LiDAR-based front or omni-directional collision detection for maximum safety. The system also incorporates a number of built-in fail-safes, automatically returning to land at the point of takeoff if it detects low battery, unusual vibrations, or issues with the motors, speed controller, or flight controller.
|Diagonal Wheelbase||38" unfolded
|Height||15" without landing gear
28" with landing gear
|Weight with Battery||17 lbs|
|Max Takeoff Weight||23 lbs|
|Max Payload||6 lbs|
|Max Flight Time||22 minutes with 5 lb payload
26.5 minutes with 3.3 lb payload
33 minutes with 0.5 lb payload
38 minutes with no payload
|Max Speed||60 mph|