Microdrones has unveiled its new product, the EasyOneLiDAR NDAA, a complete LiDAR drone surveying system tailored for the Department of Transportation (DOT), government entities, and sectors with heightened data security requirements.
The mdGroup's CEO, Vivien Heriard Dubreuil, stated that the new system retains the functionality and efficiency of their previously released EasyOne system but is specifically designed to adhere to NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) regulations. This includes its LiDAR and imaging components.
Earlier in the year, the introduction of the EasyOne system garnered attention from public sectors. However, the demand for an NDAA-compliant version led to the development of the EasyOneLiDAR NDAA.
"It’s the first complete solution of its kind to hit the market with NDAA-compliance," remarked Vincent Legrand, VP of Sales for Microdrones.
A significant feature of this release is its updated ground control system and LiDAR payload. Notably, the drone system is equipped with a new 128-channel LiDAR sensor and a set of Triple 1'' cameras with mechanical shutters, boasting a combined resolution of 60 MP.
With orders now open and deliveries expected in October, Legrand anticipates a surge in demand for the NDAA-compliant drone system in the final quarter of the year.