[Osmf-talk] Notes & Bing Imagery

Oleksiy Muzalyev oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch
Tue Dec 3 15:41:49 UTC 2013

I just received a reply from SenseFly:

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The eBee is priced CHF 19’990.- + shipping/taxes. This includes
everything needed to fly (ebee, camera, accessories, batteries,
chargers, spare parts, software, hard-shell case.) except the laptop.
The package also includes the picture processing software in order to do
orthomosaic and DSM.

Please note that our products are tools for professional and none RC

I can tell for sure that pilots must be formally trained in a company or
an organization to fly such an expensive aircraft.

And there should be several pilots for one drone, so that it is
constantly in the air, moving from one city to another. Perhaps one
drone for a country.

O.M. (Alex-7)

On 03.12.2013 16:27, Clifford Snow wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 12:16 AM, Oleksiy Muzalyev
> <oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch <mailto:oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch>> wrote:

> I believe their web site mentioned a price of $12,000 US. It does make
> mapping some areas much easier than taking gps readings. Building
> outlines, roads in gated communities, rivers and streams hard to reach
> locations are just some of the thoughts I had about using a drone. What
> sets SenseFly apart from others is the automated flight capabilities. As
> a talk at this years SOTM-US shows, you can put together a drone much
> cheaper that can produce images that can be orthorectified.
> In the US, there is uncertainty, Jeff Bezos aside, of the legality of
> flying a drone. Rules are due by 2015. 
> -- 
> Clifford
> OpenStreetMap: Maps with a human touch

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