Delair receives first official European Union authorization for BVLOS drone operations with the UX11 UAS
19 June 2020
The European Union, through the EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency), has implemented the first union-wide regulations for drone operations, including the first rules for BVLOS (Beyond Visual Line Of Sight) flights. Delair is amongst the first companies to receive the EU BVLOS certification,...
Delair Flight Deck Pro 6. 0.13.15 Beta - Release Notes
8 January 2020
This version is “Technology Preview”, providing early access to new and exciting features and supporting extended use cases compared to the regular Delair Flight Deck software for the UX11 and UX11 Ag UAVs.
Survey-grade Mapping with a Delair UX11 PPK
11 December 2019
The Delair UX11 PPK is a high-accuracy mapping drone. In a site with 24 checkpoints and no GCPs, it can produce maps with an accuracy under 3cm (0.1 ft).
JPB mines long-term value from adopting Delair drones for more efficient engineering services delivery
22 November 2019
How the adoption of the Delair UX11 fixed-wing drone allowed Johnson Poole and Bloomer to increase safety and improved efficiency for gathering visual information.
INFOGRAPHIC: The anatomy of a great quarry site
4 October 2019
All the key-steps in the functioning of a career thanks to including the latest data-driven technologies in a this infographics.
Surveying & Mapping
How much does it cost to operate drones in mines? The operational costs associated with having a qualified surveyor to perform the work with a drone must not be underestimated, because as the old saying goes, time is money.
How to quickly estimate the time it takes to conduct a drone survey? The Delair UX11 Project Calculator is a simple online tool that estimates key factors that are useful for planning and budgeting for an aerial survey.
Archaeological Surveys Drone: learn more about how ATS improved their archaeological surveys with the Delair UX11 fixed-wing drone, through an innovative approach to maximizing effectiveness, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
For large-scale surveying and asset management in remote areas, drone-based data collection is often the only option. Engineering services company Wood realized the advantages of a fixed-wing UAV platform from Delair for efficiently collecting critical data to plan and manage a mining operation in the Western US.