QuestUAV offers the full range of on-board aerial sensors that allow the user capture a great range of information and data.
The sensor is the heart of your drone and depending on which sensor you choose will determine what data you drone is capable of collecting.
One of the great benefits of our Q-Pod technology is the ability to have the best of all sensor capabilities by simply swapping sensors pods as and when required.
Our Q-Pods cover the full range of light sensors including visible (RGB), Near Infrared (NIR) and Multispectral. Studying visible and non-visible light can give you a wealth of knowledge including the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI).
Our Q-Pods also come with thermal sensors which can identify a range of different heat signatures being given off at the chosen survey area. Studying thermal heat signatures allows you to identify what is known as radiometric data.
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