The Zenmuse H20 Quad Sensor Solution combines the power of a wide camera, a zoom camera, a thermal imaging unit and a Laser Range Finder for distance measurement. With the H20, pilots can now collect more data without having to land and switch payloads saving precious time.
The H20T features a 12 Megapixel wide angle camera with 82.9° field of view for optimum scanning of the scene.
Powerful Zoom camera on the H20T with 23x Hybrid Optical Zoom and up to 200x Max Zoom, operators can now get highly detailed images of assets without having to fly dangerously close to the asset. The Zoom camera shoots 20MP photos and 4K video at up to 30fps.
The H20T Thermal Imaging Unit has a resolution of 640x512 and can shoot video upto 30fps. The Radiometric thermal imaging sensor has a sensitivity of ≤email@example.com (NEDT) making it capable of sensing even smaller temperature differences and carry temperature information in each pixel in the image.
The fourth sensor on the H20T is the Laser Rangefinder with a range of 3m to 1200m to measure distance of the asset from the air.
The Zenmuse H20T is exclusively compatible with the Matrice 300 RTK and provides unparalled features when combined with the intelligent AI powered core on the Matrice 300 RTK.
AI Powered Features:
AI Spot Check: The Zenmuse H20T when used with the Matrice 300 RTK enables the system to accurately recognize subjects of interest in repeat missions to ensure repeatability and consistency. The system can remember location, heading, camera angle as well as zoom level.
High-Res Grid Photo: The Zenmuse H20T simplifies high resolution image capture by taking a series of 20MP images of the marked subject. The user simply has to mark the subject in wide view and the system saves all the images together along with an overview for review post flight.
PinPoint: Mark an object in the scene with a simple tap on the screen to obtain the coordinates of the object.
Smart Track: The Zenmuse H20T can recognize and track marked subjects that are moving while continuously providing the dynamic location of the subject to the pilot.