Orbiter.ch Aerospace - Aerial photography
Photos and videos - low-cost Aerial photography for companies and public.
With embedded technology Parrot AR.
Drone 2.0, aerial photography (50 meters / 164,04
feet) high definition camera.
Examples of our possibilities of intervention:
- Inspections and photos / videos of monuments and public buildings.
- Inspections and photos / videos of structures.
- Aerial photography / videos of private property.
- Aerial photography / videos of industrial sites, inspection of chimneys, water towers, dam.
- Aerial photography / videos building sites, archaeological sites.
- Aerial photography / videos of events.
- Findings after storms on farm, cultivated fields.
All shots are provided by cameras High Definition (720p HD) embedded in our drones and rockets.
Future development: aerial shooting wide angle to 500 meters (1640,42 ft)
The company Orbiter.ch Aerospace will engage rockets to achieve this goal. This is the first "step" in our development, because our ultimate goal is to take pictures and video from space (ballistic flight) and embark on our rockets small objects (scientific experiments, test materials, advertising) which maximum load volume (for now) is that of a can of soda.
Our Suppliers, the choice of the quality and reliability
We chose to work with companies Parrot that manufactures AR. Drone 2.0 and Estes for launchers (rocket).
Parrot AR. Drone 2.0 flies to more than 160 feet, built in high-tech materials (carbon fiber) board computer with atmospheric pressure sensor, altimeter, gyro, high definition camera.
Magician Flying Model Rocket by Estes ®. Flies to more than 1600 feet. Payload section. Recovery system: Large 28-inch round parachute. Upgrade recovery: Upgrade Kit with Nomex Kevlar MPR
firewall and harness. Cameras and GPS housed in the nose cone. Features:
Length: 33.5 "(850mm)
Diameter: 1.33 "(33.8mm)
Weight (empty, without gear): 3.5 oz (100g)
Launchers (rocket) are made mainly from carbon fiber and Kevlar. All parts are reusable, no waste in nature.
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