Altum with DJI SkyPort
Produces advanced thermal, multispectral and high-resolution imagery all in one sensor, with easy plug-and-play to the DJI M300, M210 and M200 using the DJI SkyPort.
The MicaSense Altum integrates a radiometric thermal with five high-resolution narrow bands, producing advanced thermal, multispectral and high-resolution imagery in one flight.
CALIBRATED THERMAL SENSOR
Capture aligned multispectral and thermal imagery in one flight using only one sensor.
Improved resolution means more accurate digital surface models, easier stitching at lower altitudes, and better plant classification and plant counting.
Five high-resolution lenses means you get detailed plant health imagery (5.2 cm GSD) and detailed Digital Surface Models all from 400 ft.
Synchronized Thermal and Multispectral Imagery
The MicaSense Altum captures six bands – red, green, blue, red edge, near-infrared and thermal. The capture of these bands happens at the same moment, making the data easier to align and use for analytics. Also, because there are six bands, data from the Altum can be used to create anything from NDVI to digital surface models to thermal heat maps.
In the Box
|DLS 2 and the new CRP 2||x1|
|External Flash Drive
128GB USB 3.0
|Hard-Sided Carrying Case||x1|
468.9 g (16.5 oz)
4.9 – 25.2 V
5.5/7.0/10W (standby, average, peak)
Blue, grey, red, red edge, near infrared (NIR)
Blue (475 nm center, 32 nm bandwidth)
|RGB Color Output||
High-resolution, global shutter, aligned with all bands
LWIR thermal infrared 8-14um. Radiometrically calibrated
2064 x 1544 (3.2 MP per EO band) at 120m (400ft) AGL 81cm per pixel (thermal) at 120m
|Ground Sample Distance (GSD)||
5.2 cm per pixel (per EO band) at 120 m (~400ft) AGL
1 capture per second (all bands), 12-bit RAW
Aircraft: Trigger input, top of frame out, 1 PPS out. 3.3V isolate IO
|Field of View||
48º x 37º (multispectral)
8 mm (multispectral)
USB 3.0 compatible storage devices