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Drone Import & Distribution By Dronivo
As a direct importer & distributor, we obtain most of our new drones, control stations & defence systems from the manufacturers themselves.
Last Updated:
05-09-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Ludwigshafen
Europe
Germany
Rheinland Pfalz
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Magnet Mount for RoboDot
Easily mount the RoboDot on metallic objects with this 2.04" diameter magnetic mount. Great for semi-permanent mounts on vehicles, buildings, or structures. Works with RoboDot's 1/4-20 thread.
Last Updated:
28-06-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Dallas
USA
North America
Texas
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RoboDot is a GNSS receiver that makes precision measurement accessible with a simple & affordable design. There are multiple ways to use it in mapping, surveying, & navigation applications. It is durable, has a flexible user interface, & novel features that decrease setup time.
Last Updated:
14-03-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Dallas
USA
North America
Texas
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Eclipse Drone Antenna
Replace a lost or stolen antenna on any Eclipse model with this spare part. This part goes on the aircraft, not on the ground.
Last Updated:
28-06-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Dallas
USA
North America
Texas
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Eclipse Spare Drone Propeller Set
Balanced spare propeller set fits Eclipse and Eclipse 2.0.
Last Updated:
28-06-2022
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Location:
Dallas
USA
North America
Texas
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Eclipse Spare Drone Wing Spar Set
Two carbon fibre wing spars for field replacement on Eclipse 2.0 wings.
Last Updated:
28-06-2022
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Location:
Dallas
USA
North America
Texas
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32GB SD Card for Eclipse 2.0 Drone
32GB memory card for Sony cameras on the Eclipse 2.0.
Last Updated:
28-06-2022
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Location:
Dallas
USA
North America
Texas
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16GB SD Card for Legacy Eclipse Drones
16GB memory card for Sony cameras on the legacy Eclipse.
Last Updated:
28-06-2022
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Location:
Dallas
USA
North America
Texas
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Professional Autopilot 4x is a redundant control system for critical operations such as UAM, eVTOL or MALE, HALE & Tactical drones. Fail-operational redundant autopilot  architecture has been designed for avoiding single point of failure, all this included in a miniaturized autopilot managed by a dissimilar arbiter board. Configurable control software makes Veronte Autopilot 4x compatible with all kinds of vehicle or aircraft layout. DO178C / ED-12 & DO254 aviation standards compliance is maintained in all configurations, enabling UAV, RPAS &…
Last Updated:
14-03-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Alicante
Europe
Spain
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Drone HIL Simulator
Veronte Hardware In the Loop (HIL) Simulator package is a powerful tool for Veronte Autopilot integration, development & operator training; permitting to extensively operate the system in a safe environment, prior to conducting real flight operations. HIL simulator module enables communications between Veronte Autopilot & Veronte HIL Simulator running on a PC. For the autopilot, it is as if it were flying, taking simulated data as real sensor input. Safe environment operation & testing Training & development Real actuator movement…
Last Updated:
14-03-2022
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Location:
Alicante
Europe
Spain
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When browsing for Drones & Accessories For Sale, you first need to decide what you want to use it for, since prices can vary drastically between basic toy drones, camera drones, racing drones and professional-use drones such as those used for aerial photography. You’ll need need to set and stick a budget – with there being such a range of UAVs For Sale on the market, it’s very easy to get carried-away and blow your budget! When comparing drone for sale listings, you’ll need to compare a standard set of parameters, such as: Accidental Damage Protection: some sellers offer this as part of the sales process and this could save you in future, should you have a few mishaps while learning to fly your new drone. Almost Ready To Fly: these are for more advanced users and allow for a high degree of customisation, since these drones will need building once bought. Battery life: if using your drone for recreational purposes you’ll probably be able to save money by purchasing a drone that has a shorter battery life. If you’re planning on using your drone on a regular basis for professional applications, not only will you need to have a battery that has a longer battery life, but you should also consider the cost of purchasing additional batteries (and charging accessories). While additional batteries will enable you to get a good few hours of flight per day, some brands can be expensive and where you might save money on the drone, you could then lose it on expensive batteries and battery charging packs. Bind And Fly, Plug and Fly: these drones come without a transmitter. Firstly you’ll need to identify the frequency the drone operates on and then search for a controller that’s compatible with the transmitter and receiver protocol (to allow them to both communicate). Brushless Motor: while they do cost more than brushed motors, they’re a lot quieter and have a longer lifespan, which could save you on the long run if you need to replace the motors. Camera: if you’re planning on using your drone for professional applications such as aerial photography, you should closely compare the camera specifications, since they can vary considerably. Alternatively you may want to purchase the drone and camera separately, since some drones come with camera-fitting mounts. Features to compare include photo and video resolution, optical zoom quality, optical sensors, lens specs and interchangeability of lenses. Follow-Me-Mode: this allows you to engage in physical activity such as sports or driving while the drone follows you, recording footage. Gimbal: this feature helps stabilise the drone in high winds and turbulence, to give you better-quality photo or video footage. GPS: this feature allows the drone to know where it is and helps you recover the drone. Some drones have a feature called Return To Home (RTH). GPS can also help you plan survey routes to fly, in advance of you arriving at the location. Guarantee: consider who you’re buying from and what guarantees they’re able to offer, for any technical issues you may have with your new drone. Headless mode: this is when you move the control stick and the drone moves in a direction that’s relative to you, as opposed to the generic direction in which the control stick is pointing. Live Feed: some flying such as surveys and photography work requires you to have a live feed of your flight, to help you fly for the best footage. Material: if you’re spending a lot of money on your drone, you’ll want to make sure it’s built to last. While plastic is cheap and light, it isn’t the strongest material available and it might be better purchasing drones made from carbon fibre or fibreglass, if you’re anticipating a few bumps while operating. Obstacle avoidance: this feature may save you money, by helping you avoid crashing in to obstacles! Range: you should assess the type of flying your going to be doing and pick a drone with a range that meets your requirements. Some drones have a feature that warns you when you’re close to losing control of the drone, when it goes out of range of your controller. Ready To Fly: this type of drone is recommended for beginners, as they are easiest to assemble and get flying. Spare Parts: you’ll want to pick a drone that’s built by a manufacturer that has easy, plentiful access to spare parts. There’s no point spending thousands on a drone that get stuck on the ground for months on end!

Many Drone Accessories are essential and there are a lot to choose from. A spare battery is an absolute must, as there’s nothing worse than arriving on location, only to find-out there’s an issue with your one and only battery. If you don’t have a spare battery, a car charger might prove useful. Spare blades can be an invaluable addition to your drone flight bag, since it’s unlikely you’ll be able to continue controlled flight if one of them is damaged. With prop protection in mind, you may want to consider buying yourself a propeller guard, as this will protect your props from any obstacles you bump in to. Propeller straps will also protect your props while transporting your drone. We also recommend carrying a spare memory card, in case you end-up shooting more footage than planned.  You’ll want to have a good carrying case for your drone and accessories, since equipment is expensive and given the light weight of drones, they’re quite easy to damage. Landing Pads can be a good investment, since drones can sometimes create a lot of dust which can damage the equipment or make your lens dirty. Spare landing gear might also be a handy addition to your landing pad. If your mission requires you to fly large distances, a GPS tracker could help you locate your drone, should it suffer a power loss during flight and have to land. Talking of drone losses, a drone insurance policy will help replace any drones, should they get damaged beyond repair or lost while flying.