The Fujifilm X-M1 combines the highest possible data quality with low payload and offers flexible settings for different analysis purposes.
With the especially small and lightweight drone cam Fujifilm X-M1, the SIRIUS UAV maintains the highest possible data quality despite the low payload. For incredibly high detail recognition, a Ground Sample Distance (GSD) of down to 1.6 cm can be achieved with the basic equipment, and down to 1.1 cm with the high-resolution extension. An area of 17 sq km can be covered during one flight with the standard SIRIUS configuration. The individual images are automatically recorded during the flight.
City Mapping Kit
Suitable for 3D models and urban cartography
The Fujifilm X-M1 boasts a special 8 mm lens for imaging of buildings, infrastructure, construction sites, industrial areas, and plants. The GSD ranges from 3.6 to 20 cm. One flight can cover an area of up to 3.7 sq km. With a software extension you will receive the City Mapping mode, which optimises the planning, preparation, and processing accordingly. The photos taken are automatically converted into a textured 3D city model. It will even include the textures of vertical structures such as the facades of buildings.
High Resolution Kit
Suitable for maximum resolution and detailed plans
The 27 mm lens gives you the highest possible resolution. Depending on the desired detail recognition, you will receive data with a GSD of down to 1.1 cm.
Add-on for near-infrared images: NIR camera
For analysis purposes, the UAV can also be equipped with an NIR camera. To this end, we use a variant of the Fuji camera, with which you can create orthophotos and 3D models with nearly the same accuracy. In addition to the near-infrared channel, the camera is also equipped with one green and one red channel. The near-infrared range is especially suitable for agricultural use and analyses. With it, for example, the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) can be determined to analyse the vegetation condition and photosynthetic capacity.