In the spirit of continuous innovation, MMC applies industrial-grade UAVs to various fields such as power, public security, fire protection, petrochemical, military, environmental protection and other fields. The drone company will focus on the field of surveying and mapping in 2019. Four new products were launched at one time which are dedicated to solving the problem of surveying and mapping and contribute to build digital cities.
Among the conference , the “Helios M8” is the most eye-catching one. It is a vertical take-off and landing fixed-wing drone that can fly for 150 minutes. Lu Zhihui, Chairman of MMC, said: “The M8 is a concentrated expression of our innovations. In order to solve the problem of endurance, we use independent power supply for fixed-wing flight and multi-rotor take-off and landing, which avoids the shortage of power and ensure the endurance. The maximum flying range is up to 200km.”
In addition to the “Helios M8”, three other industrial-grade drones for surveying and mapping were also released individually: “ Kylin” that supports self-planned routes and one-button return； large-load and the long-endurance “Skylla M6” with RTK high-precision version ; “Notus M5 ” of four-rotor that support the RTK high-precision .