- Parrot Bebop is Commercial Grade Drone with interactive FPV interface.
- Parrot Bebop comes with FPV glasses, 60 minutes battery backup support.
- Parrot Bebop is useful for professional purposes like Geographic mapping, surveillance etc.
Developments in the commercial drone environment have pushed the limits of what the hardware is capable of, with a heavy focus on imaging, portability, flying time and an interactive First-Person-View (FPV) interface.
Following the success of the progress of Virtual reality, big drone makers are eager to jump on the bandwagon and create innovative solutions that more than ever improve the piloting experience. Parrot Bebop 2 Power is Bebop’s latest-generation aircraft and the most powerful commercial quadcopters.
This gives even further chance to explore the environment, FPV glasses, 60 minutes battery capacity including two batteries, and a new flight support feature. Explore, film and record video-experience with no restrictions.
Problem Solving by the Product
Its in-flight action is the most essential aspect of drone activity, and the company claims the gyroscope, accelerometers, and ultrasound system of the Mambo work together to provide an extremely stable ride.
The drone can be operated via a Smartphone using a free app or using a discrete Parrot Fly pad console with its physical control sticks. So, parents can be comforted to know that the Parrot Mambo is maintainable enough to handle a beat from the first-time flyer and can fly indoors as well as outdoors with no effort.
Drone Flight performance:
The Parrot drone in its flight tests is remarkably good. The takeoff and landing commands are excellent and the efficiency is quite decent for the drone’s size with the solid structure and quick charge time.
Even though a bigger full-size drone might provide enhanced user experience, the parrot has done a great job designing controllers that are simple to learn and master for novice drone pilots.
This drone’s overall design is certainly best matched to the hobby industry. While it has a lithium polymer battery, a robust shell, and high build quality, this drone’s architecture may not be as durable as some of the other full-size variants on the market.
The enjoyable features such as the grappling claw and the BB gun attachment are among the best design features in this edition. However, these products may not be for every other drone user. If users are searching for a simple hobby drone, that’s an easy and friendly option.
Drones lessen obvious risks and hazards to safety:
Many organizations need to perform a regular inspection to ensure their infrastructure is safe. Drones make it possible to inspect large and complex structures easily and safely, especially infrastructures such as power lines, oil and gas pipelines, wind farms, bridges, buildings under renovation, oil and gas refineries, flare stacks and pipelines.
Therefore, drones are used for those purposes. It can be highly beneficial as it reduces the safety concerns and time commitments involved in putting employees into physically entering hostile environments where conditions such as height, water, tides, temperature, and pollution may lead to accidents or health problems.
Drone inspection panels Periodic aerial surveillance will lead to significant changes in infrastructure construction, leading to better results and increased growth. Also, drones are compact enough, they may get close to capturing photographs which can provide a more comprehensive understanding of the building, making the entire process much easier.
Drones will easily access places that are difficult to reach, thus removing a human being’s need to go there using the dangerous mechanical devices.
Series of more precise as well as in-depth data:
The Parrot drone fitted with the capability to prevent hazards can navigate quite near objects, enabling them to catch minute details.
They can take high-resolution images or 4 K footage that demonstrate gaps, disruption, misplaced wires and many other flaws at altitudes and angles that human can’t. Lots of people have spent a long time and money on geological studies over the years.
Today, drones have enabled this research as they can carry us crucial videos and vital information about these archeological sites. This aided the explorers greatly in their exploration quest.
A resource that can easily map the region and gather data is important to archaeologists and allows them to focus their efforts more thoroughly on study, review, and evaluation.
Specification of the product
- The Parrot Bebop 2 power weight around 525g and contains several sensors such as Ultrasound, Altimeter, and Visual positioning system (VPS).
- The inertial navigational systems of the product are 3-axis Gyroscope, 3-axis Accelerometer, and 3-axis Magnetometer.
- It has a Wi-Fi transmission that includes Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/n/ac, Wi-Fi MIMO with 2.4 GHz antennas and this signal range is up to 2 km with the Parrot Sky controller 2, without obstacles or interference.
- It has removable battery with 3350 mAh battery and battery life is about 30 min.
- The system specifications of the device are Parrot P7 Dual Core Processor with the 8 GB internal flash memory and satellite positioning system of GPS + GLONASS.
- The performance of the motor is about 1280 KV.
- The photo and video recoded through the device is 14-megapixel CMOS wide angle camera with two photo formats of JPEG and Adobe DNG RAW.
- It has a Full HD 1080p video capture with digital image stabilization.
- The structure of the gadget simply includes 4 motors structure reinforced with fibreglass and Grilamid, and Automatic emergency propeller shut off.
- The parrot skycontroller 2 weight around 500g with the dimensions of 200 x 180 x 110 mm. The General features of the controller are
1) 2 joysticks
2) 8 commands
3) USB plug
4) Wi-Fi MIMO Antennas
5) PARROT COCKPITGLASSES 2
- The parrot cockpit glasses 2 weight around 209g with FOV of 96°. It has HD video feedback on the user smartphone or tablet.
- It is also compatible with multiple smartphone brands with screens between 4.7″ and 5.5″ and width between 6mm and 9.5mm.
Parrot is a developer of wireless drone equipment, headquartered in Paris, France. Christine/M De Tourvel, Jean-Pierre Talvard and Henri Seydoux are founders of the company and started this in 1994. The company is experienced in voice recognition and signal processing technology for embedded devices and remotely operated flying machines.