C-Astral BRAMOR rTK RPAS now available in Australia.

By on 16 April, 2015

Now available in Australia, the BRAMOR rTK RPAS is ideal for surveying and remote sensing applications that need a quick, industry-leading high precision set of results.

The includes a state-of-the-art GNSS GPS+GLONASS on-board receiver, plus the BRAMOR rTK blended wing body modular airframe with a variety of sensor options, a portable and ergonomic rugged ground control station and catapult launcher. The Bramor rTK RPAS combines high precision and autonomous operations with data acquisition, turbulent air penetration and stability with long endurance.


The BRAMOR rTK is the ultimate high productivity tool for global surveying and remote sensing in remote areas. The high precision GNSS receiver negates the usual requirement for a grid of surveyed ground control markers, replacing them with a few select check points. The Bramor rTK has an industry-leading endurance of 2 hours, allowing for 30% battery reserves after flight. This equates to the real world mapping capability of around 400Ha per flight (at 400ft AGL, 70% side overlap, 19mm lens). The Bramor rTK has an operational ceiling of 5000m AGL and is capable of operating in winds of up to 60km/h, making it ideally suited to Australian conditions.

The airframe is made of advanced composite materials (Kevlar/Carbon/Vectran) that provide a high level of survivability and carries a 24.3 Megapixel COLOUR or NIR sensor. A high visibility colour scheme, strobe and NAV lights are optional. Embedded autonomous flight procedures include an array of fail-safe options based on man-rated standards.


A foldable portable take-off catapult and rugged ground control station cater for launches and easy remote handling. The whole system fits into two rugged transport cases. The system is capable of being safely operated by single controller.

Equipped with C-Astral high rate GPS and IMU precision data-logging electronics, processing time is shortened by the ability to get the same amount of data and consistent overlaps when flying with or against the wind. It features autonomous takeoff, autonomous flight and parachute recovery.

The output data is directly compatible with EnsoMOSAIC, PIEneering, Pix4D, Agisoft Photoscan, Menci Software, or other image processing software solutions.
For all key features and specs, click here.


Find more information at www.synergypositioning.com.au or free call 1800 980 353 to speak with an experienced Synergy Positioning Systems consultant.

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