In addition to its TripleView camera, eXom is equipped with five vision sensors for ease of navigation. eXom also includes automated proximity warning sensors, and is made of shock-absorbent carbon fibre.
In another first for a civil drone system, the eXom’s autopilot-controlled TripleView head allows you to view and record HD video, ultra-high-resolution imagery and thermal data. “Since its head faces the front, eXom can fly up close to target structures for sub-millimetre data resolution. The head’s 270° vertical field of view also means eXom can document objects directly above it; crucial for challenging tasks such as inspecting underside of a bridge,” said senseFly spokesperson.
Jean-Christophe Zufferey, CEO and co-founder of senseFly, said “We designed eXom to be unlike any other rotary drone; a fully-integrated imaging platform rather than just a remote-controlled aircraft with cameras attached. This allows users to focus on their work, not on flying.”