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April 23rd, 2013
LP960 Mapping Drone Comes with Touchscreen Tablet and Processing Software

The LP960 is a professional rugged unmanned aerial platform designed for creating geo-referenced orthomosaics and digital elevation models (DEM), as well as high-resolution images (16Mp on a large APS-C sensor) and live video. This model is designed for diverse civil applications: mapping, agriculture, volume calculation, construction, mining, geosciences and others.

It has never beeneasier to prepare the mission and control and geotag images. To prepare theflight the user just has to «draw» on a touchscreen tablet the area of interest, enter the waypoints and the Operation Center will automatically generate missions and program the drone, equipped with an advanced autopilot and navigation systems. At the end of the mission the user can easily process all the images in the most popular orthomosaic/DEM software to generate professional maps, orthomosaics and 3D models.

The LP960 flies at speeds of 20 to 80 km/h, at a range of up to 5 km. It flies in winds of up to 45 km/h and in temperatures from -25° C to 60° C. The wingspan of the LP960 is 92 cm for a weight of 1250g, including the payload of 350g (mounted camera). The drone is launched by hand and lands in just few meters.

The LP960 is priced at 6990€ (roughly 9100 USD). The kit includes 2 wings, electronic flying platform, common Lehmann Aviation ground control system, power system and a set of accessories. All the parts of the drone are interchangeable. Lehmann Aviation recommends to use Sony Nex4R camera together with this drone, which comes as optional equipment. The new software under Windows8 is included in the kit,free of charge.

Lehmann Aviation rolls out hardware and software upgrades for all of their UAVs on a regular basisenabling the customers to easily upgrade their UAS, free of charge.

The LP960, as well as other drones of Lehmann Aviation, can be purchased online and delivered worldwide for free within 4-8 weeks.

For more information visit: http://www.lehmannaviation.com/products/lp960/lp960.php and http://www.lehmannaviation.com/opscenter.php

About Lehmann Aviation

For more than 10 years Lehmann Aviation develops and manufactures lightweight and high-performance UAS (unmanned aerial systems) for civil applications. The company’s UAS are designed to meet the needs of commercial and government sector. The company is headquartered in Blois Airport, France. For more information visit us at www.lehmannaviation.com.