New Terra Powerlifter Series

Terra Drone Corporation Announces New Terra Powerlifter Series

Terra Drone Corporation Announces New Terra Powerlifter Series

Terra Drone Corporation is pleased to announce our new concept UAV, Terra Powerlifter series. This powerful UAV can flight 2 hours continuously, and lift-up the heavy payload up to 10Kg.

Unlike other UAVs, Terra Powerlifter does not require a long take-off or extra flight stabilization despite its heavy payload, far exceeding the standard 1-2 kg payload and flight time of 15-20 minutes offered by competitor models.

Terra Drone’s Brisbane branch chief, Tsuyoshi Honda, said the new series offered Australian industry a best-in-class solution that had been tested in the harshest climatic conditions.

“Terra Powerlifter has already proven its effectiveness in Antarctica, where it supported scientific research with continuous single flights of up to 40 kilometres. It has also proven its worth in aerial vegetation surveys and in measuring particulate matter, with its state-of-the-art Japanese technology providing the ultimate in surveying and mapping,” Mr. Honda said.

Japan’s leading UAV provider, Terra Drone has the latest and most advanced LiDAR laser scanning sensors in the market, including post-processing of LiDAR imaging. From preliminary planning to data processing, the company offers a total solution for surveys and inspections.

The company also recently launched the Terra Explore series, comprising an unmanned UAV with a spherical cage, offering significant cost and time savings during visual inspections of infrastructure such as buildings and bridges and construction sites, while significantly improving safety compared to visual inspections.

“Terra Drone is committed to giving Australian agriculture, construction and resource companies the most advanced UAV solutions available to enhance productivity and safety while curtailing costs. Our innovative approach has seen our products achieve superior performance, from the Antarctic to Australia and beyond,” Mr. Honda said.

Terra Drone provides surveying services direct to mining, construction, and infrastructure management companies, benefitting from its significant experience in forestry and vegetation data capture, particularly in assessing encroachment on power lines and critical infrastructure. Terra Drone is also active in the fields of precision agriculture, disaster relief, obstacle avoidance and UAV fleet management.

In Japan, Terra Drone has partnerships with leading mining and construction companies including Hitachi, providing fully automated UAV surveying and data analysis of construction sites. The company is part of the Tokyo-based Terra Group, which includes Terra Motors, the company that pioneered the electric motorbike market in Asia, currently selling 30,000 electric vehicles a year.

Terra Drone recently established an office in the Queensland capital of Brisbane to bring the benefits of its advanced technology directly to Australian industry.

Terra Powerlifter specifications:

  • Weight: Approx. 20kg (including maximum 10kg payload)Length: Approx. 2,200mm
  • Length: Approx. 2,200mmHeight: Approx. 800mm
  • Height: Approx. 800mmWidth: Approximately 2,300mm
  • Width: Approximately 2,300mmPower unit: 2 cycle gasoline engine 62cc
  • Power unit: 2 cycle gasoline engine 62cc
  • Flight time: Approx. 2 hours
  • Altitude: 3,000m

And also we ‘re looking for new employee who has experience of UAV business, If you have interest to join our team, also please let us know.

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