Autel Robotics EVO II RTK

Sunday 17 January 2021 - 19:58:53 Category: CES 2021 Posted by  theuavjournal Comments (0)
Autel Robotics launch EVO II RTK Drones.

Autel Robotics launch EVO II RTK Drones.



The EVO II RTK series integrates an entirely new RTK module, which provides real-time centimeter-level positioning data and supports Post-Processing Kinematic (PPK). The aircraft can record the original satellite observation data, camera exposure parameters and various other data. The positioning system supports A-RTK base station and RTK network, which helps to achieve accurate and stable data acquisition in complex operation environments.

EVO II Dual 640T RTK is equipped with a high resolution thermal imaging camera and 8K visible light camera, enabling you to capture highly detailed imagery to achieve optimal insights.
Precise temperature measurement
The EVO II Dual 640T RTK can accurately detect heat sources within a distance of 2-5 meters. By leveraging the compensation algorithm of infrared temperature measurement, the 640T RTK can regulate temperature deviations within 3 degrees Celsius.

High-resolution Thermal imaging sensor
The 640T RTK has a 13mm focal length combined with a 640*512 thermal imaging sensor, and an 8K ultra-high-definition visible camera. Together, these sensors provide you with dual vision to give you the crisp and clear imagery you need to accomplish your missions.

EVO II Pro RTK has high dynamic range and powerful low light performance, enabling users to capture clear imagery without missing any detailed information.
High resolution camera
The 1 inch CMOS sensor coupled with 20 MP and F/2.8-F11 aperture, gives you the versatility and ability to capture the best in a variety of mission scenarios.

6K Ultra HD video
The 6K resolution ultra-high-definition lens, supported by a 1-inch sensor, makes it easy to achieve professional shooting results.

EVO II RTK Series provides users with a full range of intelligent features and solutions to suit a variety of mission needs. Using advanced flight control and the latest AI technology, the aircraft can significantly improve mission work flows and help reduce operating costs.

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