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February 9, 2015
Lehmann Aviation Unveils a New Version of the OpsCenter

Feb. 9, 2015—To begin the year Lehmann Aviation already announced two good news for mapping industry: a new, more powerful and extremely easy to use version of its OperationCenter software for automatic orthomosaic flights preparation and missions control, as well as a significant price reduction (coming as a result of a big sales growth in 2014) for the LA300 aerial robot designed especially for mapping and DEM.

The new version of Lehmann OpsCenter, designed natively for Windows8.1 Tablets and PC, for automatic flight preparation and  mission control now includes:

  • New mission control functions (holding, auto return, non-flying zone)
  • Terrain awareness during mission preparation, for safer flights in mountain areas
  • Integration with Google Earth for flight preparation and replay
  • New easier upgrade and update procedures directly through the web
  • New options to manage new cameras (GoPro, Canon) for orthomosaics and surveying

At the same time Lehmann Aviation reduced the price for the LA300 – a professional drone designed for most accurate mapping and DEM, working with the GoPro, Canon S110 and multispectral cameras, flying automatically for 30 to 45 minutes at a trajectory pre-prepared by the user in the OpsCenter (the range is 18.5miles). Prices at $2,890, LA300 has become the most competitive professional fully automatic UAS on the market.

“In 2014 we increased significantly our production volume thanks to numerous orders from all around the world, – says Benjamin Lehmann, Founder and CEO of Lehmann Aviation. This enabled us to reduce the price for our best-sellers – all L-A-series drones. We also took this decision to follow our strategy of offering really high-tech aerial solutions at fair prices.”

 

For more information please visit: http://www.lehmannaviation.com/l-a-series.html

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