Stock Code: 2885

Unmanned Aerial Thermographic Inspection System (UATIS)


The thermal eye in the sky with a heavy-lift octocopter and a high resolution FLIR thermal camera


Operator with the multicopter's remote control and the measuring kit, on the monitor on which the live stream is displayed

Product Overview

Product Features

• Easy to setup and operate
• FLIR thermal camera with the highest thermal resolution and ultimate sensitvity
• Camera control via WiFi using tablet PC
• Latest MSX technology delivers the best image quality and clarity
• Low profile, high efficiency 8 brushless motors
• Full carbon fibre airframe
• 3-axis gimbal camera mount for ultra high stabilization

• 7” LCD display and video recorder included


Daimeter 1m
Weight 6Kg


8kW-profile, brushless
Stablization 3-axis gimbal
Interfaces Wi-fi,PAL/NTSC video, antenna
Power System 4xLiPo flight battery 5S/ 40000mAh/45C
Thermal Camera 
Focal Plane Array (FPA) / Spectral range Uncooled microbolometer / 7.5-14 μm
IR resolution 640 x 480 pixels
IR resolution 640 x 480 pixels
Thermal sensitivity / NETD <0.04°C @ +30°C (+86°F) / 40mK
Field of view (FOV) / Minimum focus distance 25° x 19° / 0.25m (0.82 ft.)
Spatial resolution (IFOV) 0.69 mrad
Focus Automatic or Manual
Zoom  1 - 8x continuous, digital zoom
Image modes  IR image, visual image, MSX, Picture-in-Picture, thumbnail gallery
Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX)  IR image, with enhanced detail presentation
Object temperature range -40°C to +150°C (-40°F to +302°F), +100°C to +650°C (+212°F to +1202°F)
Accuracy  ±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading
Area 3 boxes with max / min / average
Automatic hot / cold detection Auto hot or cold spotmeter markers within area
Isotherm Above / below / interval
Difference temperature  Delta temperature between measurement functions or reference temperature
Emissivity correction  Variable from 0.01 to 1.00 or selected from materials list
Measurement corrections Reflected temperature, optics transmission and atmospheric transmission