France’s Lehmann Aviation launched a new line of drones designed for an array of field assignments, ranging from mapping to mining, construction and precision agriculture. The company is looking to help professional drone users with its future-proof modular UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle).
Modular means that, the autopilot, wing and camera holder on each model can be swapped out to upgrade as technology improves in the years to come, while detachable winglets are also designed to make the craft easier to transport.
The drones can fly with a range of 25 km with up to 45 minutes of flight time and a long range data modem to stay connected. Some models features a high precision mapping with latest 24.3-megapixel sensor cameras on board, an agricultural model boasts latest multispectral sensor for crop monitoring. All autonomous-landing UAV include a 116 cm wingspan with detachable winglets attached. The drones weigh up to 1.25 kg and are propelled by a single electric pusher propeller with brushless motor. A cruising speed starts from 20 to 80 km/h.
All models come with a one-year warranty and the company says deliveries will start in the last quarter of this year. A tour of the L-A series in the promotional video below.