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January 22, 2015
Bramor gEO UAV from C-Astral Reviewed on Geo-matching.com

The Geo-matching.com website features a selection of the most important geomatics equipment, including UAS for Mapping and 3D Modelling. At www.geo-matching.com, you can compare product specifications and read users’ reviews before you buy.

Since C-Astral uploaded details of the Bramor gEO UAV in 2014, it has been reviewed by industry professionals from around the world. A selection of the reviews is displayed below. Visit Geo-matching .com yourself to see more peer reviews of this and other products.

Review

“We have been operating the Bramor gEO in Australia for about 1 year and the team in New Zealand has been operating several years prior to us. This is a very professional system and it is clear that the C-Astral team has a high level of aviation experience. There are many features to like about the Bramor gEO. We have been particularly impressed with the way the system flies – so efficient and steady. The steady flying greatly assists in providing quality images and orthophotos, which is the output we all aim for. The endurance is also very impressive. Using the Sony NEX7 and 19mm lens we safely achieve a full 60 minutes of flying per mission, allowing for enough battery reserves to plan for alternatives. In Australia we have a 400ft AGL limit which equates to nearly 200Ha mapping per flight, using 80/70 overlaps. Very nice.”

Review

“With about two years of use and more than 1,000 square kilometres surveyed, we are fully confident in the performance and quality of Bramor gEO. The photogrammetric surveys conducted, allowed us to generate high- accuracy mapping, even at 1:500 (or +/-25cm). We recently acquired the second unit. Highly recommended.”

ReviewUAV,

“With 2 years’ experience of Bramor gEO we can say it’s a professional UAV. The factory support is reliable and fast. Aerial capacity is super! Parachute landing supports narrow landing areas in the Finnish woods, and of course parachute also gives confidence to the pilot. Mission planning with national background maps works fine!”

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