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July 12th, 2018
3DR Launches Industry-First Thermal Imaging Solution for DJI M200 Series Drones

BERKELEY, Calif. – 3DR, makers of Site Scan, the complete drone software platform for construction and engineering teams, today announced that Site Scan users can now capture and use structurally-detailed thermal imagery on their projects. This is made possible through a one-of-a-kind integration with the DJI M210 dual gimbal drone, equipped with the Zenmuse XT thermal camera and the Zenmuse X4S, making it easy to capture and combine thermal and RGB imagery.

This capability is an industry-first: only Site Scan offers autonomous thermal mapping and modelling using this dual-gimbal solution with the XT camera, which is powered by FLIR Systems, the global leader in thermal imaging solutions.