Gimbaled Quad Sensor Outfits DJI Matrice 200 Series Drones

Sentera launches the AGX840, an update to its popular four-channel multispectral camera, engineered specifically for DJI Enterprise drone products. Powered by DJI SKYPORT and integrated with a high-speed brushless gimbal for image stability and control, AGX840 brings multispectral performance to Matrice 200-series platforms. Sentera's AGX840 is also a viable solution for enterprise and academic researchers.

 

The AGX840 promises to streamline and simplify data collection. Its four separate optical channels can be configured with a variety of standard filtering options, or custom-filtered in thousands of unique configurations. Using the DJI SKYPORT interface, the sensor can be installed and removed in seconds, without tools. Sensor data is compatible with preferred software analytics tools, ensuring seamless integration into existing operations.

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The sensor's integrated brushless gimbal stabilizes the imager against aircraft motion. Full gimbal control via iOS and Android apps are supported, and in high-accuracy applications, the gimbal ensures that the image path is oriented straight down. The resulting multispectral data support a variety of Sentera and third-party analytics and index products.

 

Pre-orders open on November 8 for February 2019 delivery. Pricing starts at $4,999. See more by visiting Sentera.

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