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The professional mapping drone

Use this fully autonomous drone to capture high-resolution aerial photos that you can transform into accurate 2D orthomosaics & 3D models.

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Why Choose the eBee?

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Map more, more accurately

The eBee can cover up to 12 sq. km (4.6 sq. mi) in a single flight, and over smaller areas, flying at lower altitudes, it can acquire images with a GSD of down to 1.5 cm/pixel.
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No flying skills required

The eBee is the easiest to use mini drone on the market. To launch, just throw it into the air! It then flies, captures images & lands itself. (However you can reprogram its flight or land manually if required.)

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Because safety matters

The eBee uses a rear-mounted propeller and due to its flexible foam construction it weighs 700 g (1.5 lbs), minimising its impact energy.

Plan Your Flight

The eBee sets the standard for easy flight planning and management thanks to its acclaimed eMotion software.

Just choose or create your preferred background map. Then use this to define the region you want to map. Next, simply specify your desired ground resolution (down to 1.5 cm / 0.6 inches per pixel) and set your required image overlap.

The rest is automatic: eMotion automatically generates a full flight plan, based on GPS waypoints, calculates the eBee’s required altitude and displays its projected trajectory.

To ensure your mission’s success, eMotion even offers a confidence-building simulation mode. This virtual flight simulates wind strength and direction, allowing you to make any flight plan enhancements needed before launch.

Customer Testimonials

Tao

I just received the eBee. Thanks again for all your speedy help! I’m heading to the field today on a project for a few days doing drone work

Doug Moore

Doug Moore

I have been exploring UAV use in agriculture for several years, but had not found a system robust and simple enough for the average farmer to use…. The senseFly system appears to meet my demand of “out of the box” usability in 30 minutes after unpacking, by a relatively unsophisticated end user.

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