If you’ve ever experienced a cheap consumer class drone, you’ll know that their four axis blades can easily hit walls and furniture. If we change to the industrial scene, such a design is obviously unable to meet the actual use needs. However, what this article wants to introduce is the aertos 130ir industrial UAV from digital aerolus company in Kansas, which is characterized by its durability. < / P > < p > in addition to an omni-directional array of nine sensors (including lidar lidar and depth sensing unit), it is also equipped with a carbon fiber composite frame, a gum handle, and a protective cover around four propellers. < / P > < p > these sensors can not only be used to perform mapping tasks, but also help UAVs maintain their relative position in three-dimensional space. In the environment without GPS positioning, this is particularly important. < / P > < p > according to the manufacturer, aertos 130ir is suitable for mapping or internal inspection in power plants, mines, chimneys, bridges, pipelines, etc. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure

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