A Growing and ADTi announce the availability of a sub 800 g. RGB/Multispectral Payload for DJI Matrix 300

AROW and ADTi Offer an Integrated Solution of ADTi’s Surveyor Max 61S and ADTi’s 10-Band 12MP AI-Enabaling Quad Lens to the World’s Most Popular Commercial UAV Platform, the Matrix 300 from DJI.

Aagging’s worldwide patented multi-spectral technology enables the conversion of ADTi’s Surveyor Max 61S mechanical shutter camera body into a high-end, full-spectrum multi-spectral sensor for aerial agricultural and site scanning surveys.

The multispectral sensor is unique in its ability to acquire leaf-level multispectral images of 0.45 mm per pixel from 3 m altitude. Such imagery enables AI identification and classification of pests, diseases and various agricultural phenomena. It also provides superior NDVI surveying, acquiring 1.5 cm per pixel multispectral images with exceptionally high dynamic range from 100 m altitude, which is three times higher than state-of-the-art sensors,

Acroissant’s AI-enabled sensor technology overcomes most problems, which are commonly associated with multi-spectral multi-camera sensors, such as timing, close-range parallax, and chroma aberration.

Integrated with DJI’s Payload SDK, the integrated solution allows the use of the Surveyor Max 61S, which is a refurbished Sony A7RivA camera, with a clip-on IR-Cut filter, identical to the original Sony filter, as a high-end . DSLR RGB mapping.

ADTI’s Surveyor Max 61S camera body weighs just 230g. compared to the original 659g. of the A7RivA. The multi-spectral payload, including Acroissance’s Quad Lens and ADTi 3-axis gimbal, weighs less than 800g.

The Surveyor Max 61S is a high-resolution, full-frame mirrorless camera built around Sony’s BSI-CMOS sensor and mechanical shutter that produces 60.2MP images in RGB mode.

“We are excited to bring our superior multispectral sensing solution into ADTi’s lightweight package, without compromising its quality. The possibility of having such a high-end solution on DJI’s leading commercial UAV creates new opportunities for many. said Ira Dvir, CEO and co-founder of Aagging.

“The fact that we can use our camera as a standard 60.2 MP RGB mapping camera or as a multi-spectral sensor depending on the survey requirements, simply by replacing the lens and inserting a clip-filter, is a Great news for customers who had to integrate two different devices with their Matrice 300. said ADTi’s Kris Zhao.

The Surveyor Max 61S 10 band multispectral solution of 12MP per band including gimbal and lens weighs less than 800g.

For more information on ADTi’s Mapping Camera, Gimbal and Multispectral Lens, click here:: https://tinyurl.com/ddkkftp8

The release of the integrated solution from ADTi and Aagging is the first in a soon to be announced product line.

* In October 2019, Acroissant’s quad-lens sensor won the press award as one of three innovative products at Commercial UAV Expo Americas.
** DJI is a registered trademark of SZ DJI Technology Co., Ltd.
***Sony is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation.

About ADTi:
Founded in 2017, ADTi is also known as UnmannedRC. It is a technology company engaged in UAS payload systems, UAV development and manufacturing, ground control station R&D, propulsion systems and flight control systems. https://unmannedrc.com/

About A Growing:
Founded with the vision of immediate hazard identification in the field, Aagging Ltd. is one of the world’s leading innovative providers of patented high-resolution, high-quality, 10- and 14-band multispectral sensing solutions. Arowing’s sensors take aerial precision agricultural sensing of imprecise NDVI to the next level of actionable data by enabling autonomous leaf-level AI sensing and identification of various vegetation anomalies.

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