Quantum-Systems has released the enhanced version of the Trinity F9, the Trinity F90+ at Intergeo today.
It has a flight time of over 90 minutes and offers a long range telemetry solution of up to 7.5 km and PPK capabilities for more accuracy.
Featuring new motors and increased battery capacity, it also allows for the accommodation of payloads of up to 700g.
It is now possible to equip a dual payload configuration of Sony UMC-R10C and MicaSense RedEdge-MX to make use of RGB & multispectral sensors in one flight.
The flight safety is further increased by the automatic integration of the live air traffic info into QBase3D, the included software for mission planning, monitoring and post-processing.
With the help of the pingUSB from uAvionix, the UAV pilot now receives high-quality tracking data from other aircraft around him to increase its operational awareness significantly.
An optional ADS-B-out upgrade is also available in order to meet the highest regulatory requirements.
For surveyors and other professionals requiring highly accurate data to centimetre precision, the Trinity F90+ enables them to reduce typical GNSS geotagging errors of several meters down to 2 – 5 cm via auxiliary GNSS data collection in flight.
The PPK module comes with an additional PPK base station, called iBase, for reliable reference data in an instant.
The new Trinity F90+ is available now to all existing resellers, end users and potential customers through Quantum-Systems’ current distribution network.
Florian Seibel, CEO of Quantum-Systems, commented: “With the launch of the Trinity in 2017, we have been able to demonstrate to our customer base that they can rely on a durable and long-lasting UAV with a modern payload concept. With its price-performance ratio and industry leading enhancements, the new Trinity F90+ definitely has what it takes to further stir up the UAV market.”
Adding: “We have listened to our professional customers to give them the perfect tool for their work and are confident that the Trinity F90+ will meet their high expectations. We’re excited to see our users’ feedback on our new product and how we can move from there to leverage it to the next level.”