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Thanks to drone mapping, you can collect data quickly, accurately, and safely:

this will help you to create a much more efficient process and to make digital models

KUR 1000
The professional multicopter for mapping applications

Data Transmission

12 km

Flight Case

700 x 600 x 300 mm


UP to 5 kg


15 kg

Flight Time

36 min.

Operative Temperature

-10 °C to + 40 °C

Wind Speed

15 m/s

Overall Dimensions

1.700 x 1.600 x 500 mm


Benefits in mapping with
KUR 1000

More power to control in every weather conditions

Scheduled mapping

Install your existing laser scanner over or under

RTK and parachute? No problem


To build high-resolution, centimetre-accurate 3D and 2D maps and models, KUR 1000 conducts the aerial survey using specific devices as payloads: multispectral, thermal, LiDAR or RGB sensors (for photogrammetry).

Thanks to these payloads you can collect highly-accurate data, extremely quickly (about 90% faster than manual methods), and also in a safer way: you no longer won't to walk over dangerous terrain or working at height.


Types of drones mapping outputs:

  • 2D Orthomosaic Maps

  • 3D Point Clouds

  • 3D Mesh Maps

  • Digital Elevation Model Surface Models and Digital Terrain Models

  • Thermal Mapping

  • Multispectral Mapping

Drone mapping is an effective tool for several industries:

  • Construction and infrastructure

  • Real estate

  • Mining

  • Agriculture

  • Public safety and emergency management

  • Land surveying

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Lidar mapping

The purpose of the test was to map a large area using a Lidar along with a camera. In less than 5 minutes we've covered a 2 acres area. The map resulted in a margin of error of only 20mm on actual measurements.