Parrot ANAFI Thermal UAV
ANAFI Thermal is a thermal imaging drone which is easy to use, lightweight and powerful. The drone’s unique imaging capabilities enable you to take immediate action or analyse recorded photos and videos with unprecedented details.
ANAFI Thermal is designed to profoundly revolutionise the way many industries and trades operate, offering professionals a complete solution that adapts perfectly to their requirements and needs.
- Weighs only 315g and has a unique foldable design meaning you always have it to hand.
- 2 cameras: Thermal FLIR Lepton 3.5 and 4K HDR with 21MP Sony sensor. Stabilised on 3 axes, they tilt at +/-90° to observe right underneath structures.
- A powerful and reliable drone that offers up to 78 min of cumulative flight (3 batteries).
- Easy to use thanks to the FreeFlight 6 app, giving you control of all the flight parameters.
A FLIR Lepton 3.5 thermal-imaging camera module, a market-leading product, is integrated into ANAFI Thermal's gimbal. Each element of the environment appears in high precision, with visual representations of thermal leaks and temperature differences superimposed on the image. It reveals the thermal differences of flyover areas and elements:
- Hot spots, cold spots, thermal leaks, etc.
- FLIR Lepton 3.5 microbolometer (radiometric).
- Precision of ±5% max.(High-gain) or ±10% max.(Low-gain).
- Dynamic Range: -10° to +140°C (High-gain) or -10° to +400°C (Low-gain).
4K camera to inspect, observe and analyse the visible
ANAFI Thermal embeds the very best from the world of imaging using a 4K HDR camera with 21MP Sony sensor. You can accurately inspect a building, capture illustrative elements of the state of a structure or a search area for example, or carry out 3D modelling.
- Sony® CMOS HDR sensor 1/2.4’’ 21MP.
- ASPH wide angle lens f/2.4.
- 23-69mm (photo), 26-78mm (video) in 35mm equivalent focal length.
- Lossless zoom x2.8 (x3 in standard mode).
- Adobe DNG/RAW and P-LOG professional formats.
180° and X3 zoom tilting cameras
ANAFI Thermal's gimbal tilts vertically to +/-90°. Using thermal imaging and RGB, you can inspect right underneath structures in zenith view or roofs and flat surfaces in nadir view. Thanks to its x3 zoom, you can see a flyover building or area in minute details with complete safety.
To legally fly a small unmanned aerial system in the UK the Operator is legally required to hold a Permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO) from the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Before a PfCO is issued the Operator must write and have approved an Operations Manual. Also any pilots who are to fly for that Operator must hold a CAA approved NQE issued qualification demonstrating their operating competence and flying capability.