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High professional drone by senseFly


The eBee is a SenseFly drone. It has a flight time of up to 45 minutes allowing to cover areas of up to 10sqm in a single flight.

With it's 18 MP camera it can shoot aerial imagery at down to 3cm/pixel resolution.

The images can then be used into photogrammetric processes to create maps and elevation models with a precision of 5cm.

Main differences between Swinglet and eBee are:

  • each battery autonomy: 30 min (Swinglet) / 45 min (eBee)
  • radio link: 1.3 Km (Swinglet) / 3 Km (eBee)
  • wind resistance: 25 Km/h (Swinglet) / 45 Km/h (eBee)

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Main features

  • 96cm wingspan
  • less than 700g take-off weight
  • 18MP camera, electronically integrated and controlled
  • Lithium polymer battery
  • 45 minutes of flight time
  • 36-57km/h (10-16m/s) cruise speed
  • Up to 45km/h (12m/s) wind resistance
  • Up to 3km radio link
  • Covers up to 1.5-10km2
  • Linear and circular landing
  • Proprietary easy system to plan and simulate the flight
  • Oblique images
  • Image resolution of 3-30cm/pixel (depending on flight altitude)

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