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October 7, 2014
MULTIROTOR Unveils a Surveying Robot at INTERGEO 2014

BERLIN, Oct. 6, 2014—In time for INTERGEO 2014 the market leader for film drones in the German-speaking area MULTIROTOR by service-drone presents the G4 Surveying-Robot for orthography.

MULTIROTOR by service-drone developed a technology that just won the Innovationprize 2014 and provides unexpected measurement results up to 1 mm ground resolution and in this class unique technology that guarantees flight stability up to 15 metres per second. MULTIROTOR developed hardware and software that navigates the flight robot 512 times per second to an exact position in the air.

At the exhibition, the MULTIROTOR G4 Surveying-Robot basic package is available and is delivered ready-to-fly with the necessary equipment for the orthography flight: 1. MULTIROTOR G4 Surveying-Robot with folding rotor arms for an easy transport, 2. flight planning software, 3. fully integrated camera and 4. a digital hand transmitter.

The MULTIROTOR G4 Surveying-Robot for professional 3D orthography will be offered during the INTERGEO from 7th to 9th of October 2014 in Berlin at an unique introductory price of 9.999 EURO plus VAT. The exhibition offer is limited as long as stocks last. Afterwards the list price is 17,900.- EURO plus VAT.

The way to the INTERGEO in Berlin is worth it for those who want to save a drone for the special price. MULTIROTOR by service-drone presents in Hall 3.1 - Stand: D3.040. service-drone will receive interested reseller for the system, who want to distribute the Survey-copter with us.

About MULTIROTOR by service-drone.com

Founded in March 2011 by Volker Rosenblatt and Dipl.-Ing. Oliver Knittel, the company quickly became the market leader in the area of professional flying cameras for civilian applications with now over 400 flight systems sold. In spring 2013 service-drone acquired its competitor MULTIROTOR and immediately started the new development of a flight control that went into series manufacturing beginning 2014. Today service-drone counts 15 employees in Berlin, Buchholz near Hamburg and Denver, USA. Since May 2014 the manufacture in Buchholz is situated in the newly founded ISI center for technology and innovations.

With an annual turnover of about two million Euros in the second and third business year service-drone.de GmbH supplies mainly film and television professionals in Germany and around the world. New in the 4th generation of models is the fully autonomic flying MULTIROTOR for industrial purposes, in particular for precise land surveying or the creation of 3D models of entire locations. Customers include film studios, television stations, professional photographers, industrial service providers such as building inspectors and surveyors and engineering bureaus. http://www.service-drone.com

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October 7, 2014
MULTIROTOR Unveils a Surveying Robot at INTERGEO 2014

BERLIN, Oct. 6, 2014—In time for INTERGEO 2014 the market leader for film drones in the German-speaking area MULTIROTOR by service-drone presents the G4 Surveying-Robot for orthography.

MULTIROTOR by service-drone developed a technology that just won the Innovationprize 2014 and provides unexpected measurement results up to 1 mm ground resolution and in this class unique technology that guarantees flight stability up to 15 metres per second. MULTIROTOR developed hardware and software that navigates the flight robot 512 times per second to an exact position in the air.

At the exhibition, the MULTIROTOR G4 Surveying-Robot basic package is available and is delivered ready-to-fly with the necessary equipment for the orthography flight: 1. MULTIROTOR G4 Surveying-Robot with folding rotor arms for an easy transport, 2. flight planning software, 3. fully integrated camera and 4. a digital hand transmitter.

The MULTIROTOR G4 Surveying-Robot for professional 3D orthography will be offered during the INTERGEO from 7th to 9th of October 2014 in Berlin at an unique introductory price of 9.999 EURO plus VAT. The exhibition offer is limited as long as stocks last. Afterwards the list price is 17,900.- EURO plus VAT.

The way to the INTERGEO in Berlin is worth it for those who want to save a drone for the special price. MULTIROTOR by service-drone presents in Hall 3.1 - Stand: D3.040. service-drone will receive interested reseller for the system, who want to distribute the Survey-copter with us.

About MULTIROTOR by service-drone.com

Founded in March 2011 by Volker Rosenblatt and Dipl.-Ing. Oliver Knittel, the company quickly became the market leader in the area of professional flying cameras for civilian applications with now over 400 flight systems sold. In spring 2013 service-drone acquired its competitor MULTIROTOR and immediately started the new development of a flight control that went into series manufacturing beginning 2014. Today service-drone counts 15 employees in Berlin, Buchholz near Hamburg and Denver, USA. Since May 2014 the manufacture in Buchholz is situated in the newly founded ISI center for technology and innovations.

With an annual turnover of about two million Euros in the second and third business year service-drone.de GmbH supplies mainly film and television professionals in Germany and around the world. New in the 4th generation of models is the fully autonomic flying MULTIROTOR for industrial purposes, in particular for precise land surveying or the creation of 3D models of entire locations. Customers include film studios, television stations, professional photographers, industrial service providers such as building inspectors and surveyors and engineering bureaus. http://www.service-drone.com

Comments are closed.