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IMTDragonFly is an ultra-miniature wireless video system that sets a new standard in compact video technology and transmitter reliability. Due to its size and high-quality MPEG- 4 COFDM transmission capabilities, the IMTDragonFly can deliver expanded points of view and perspective. Its lightweight form factor and minimal power requirements make it ideal for drone and mobile use. In addition, the IMTDragonFly can achieve ultra-low latency, enabling users to utilize it for remote-control scenarios, which is perfect for body cams and concealments.


The IMTDragonFly features HD/SD-SDI or optional HDMI inputs and delivers up to 50mW of power in a package measuring in at 1.85 in. x 1.38 in. x .51 in. that weighs less than 1.2 oz. (34 g), providing long-range, reliable HD video transmission. IMT’s COFDM technology ensures the transmission of uninterrupted, live pictures over two miles line-of-sight (LOS), despite the effects of foliage, challenging terrain, buildings and other limitations.


“The IMTDragonFly high-definition RF transmitter is the smallest and lightest in the industry, allowing state & local and federal law enforcement to utilize their existing receive infrastructure to view high quality, critical decision-making video images. This very low latency and compact unit, with a built-in encoder, can be used for drone, canine, covert, and body-worn applications.” - Sgt. Reid Johnson, Kings County Sheriff Department, Aviation Unit.


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a shorter space of time with a new aerial mapping system.


AIRBORNE MAPPING SYSTEM FROM 3D LASER MAPPING


3D Laser Mapping, the industry leader in geospatial technology, is helping surveying teams to cover more ground in


The ROBIN +WINGS Airborne LiDAR system is an extension of the ROBIN mobile mapping unit which allows users to mount the system to a backpack, vehicle and aircraft. The +WINGS system works with both single-pole and nose helicopter mounts and can be deployed in a range of sectors, including forestry, environmental


monitoring, and transportation infrastructure mapping.


As well as collecting millions of data points, ROBIN +WINGS comes with a number of features such as an extended capacity hard-drive. It can also be plugged into the aircraft’s power supply, allowing it to be used for longer periods of time and the pod supports as many as three industrial cameras for mapping and point cloud visualization.


“ROBIN +WINGS provides surveying teams with higher levels of flexibility than previously available with airborne LiDAR systems. Most systems are designed to fix only to an aircraft or helicopter yet ROBIN works for ground and airborne applications with the +WINGS add-on extending this flexibility to rotary- and fixed-wing aircrafts and gyrocopters.” - Graham Hunter, managing director at 3D Laser Mapping


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