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x2 Pro

Precision
At Your Fingertips

x2Q

Seamless Operation From Anywhere



The x2Q’s ability to takeoff and land vertically and travel at high speeds allows data collection over large areas in record time. Combine the x2Q's high speeds with it's various camera options, the x2Q is the ultimate commercial UAV for various industries.

Precision Mapping

The x2Q has optional RTK GPS, which allows the vehicle to fly autonomously at higher precision than standard GPS. This yields more accurate orthomosaic images, providing customers with high quality data.

Fly With A Few Clicks

With our proprietary Android ground station, xCraft Mission Control, all flight planning, control, and monitoring functions are simple and intuitive. Operate solely from the included Android tablet for autonomous flights or from the included transmitter for more precise manual control.

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Tech Specs

Takeoff and Landing: Vertical
Maximum Flight Time: 30 Minutes
Speed: 0-100 km/h (0-62 MPH)
Wind Resistance: Up to 32 km/h (9M/S OR 20 MPH)
Telemetry Radio Link Range: Up to 40 km (25 miles)
Maximum Coverage: (Single Flight) 16 km² (4200 Acres) at 305 M (1000 ft) Altitude, 2.8 km² (700 Acres) at 121 M (400 ft) Altitude
Weight (Without Camera): 1.5 kg (3.3 lbs)
Wingspan: 84 cm (33 in)
Battery: 18.5V, 6000mAh smart Battery
Camera Options: Mapir Survey3 RGB (12MP), Mapir Kernel RGB (14.4MP), FLIR Vue Pro R (gimbaled), GoPro Hero 4 (gimbaled), FLIR Duo Pro R, MicaSense RedEdge M, and more...
Material: EPO Foam, Carbon and Aluminum
Propulsion: 2 x 480W, 2 x 210W Brushless DC Motor
Carry Case Dimensions: 89 x 50 x 20 cm (35 x 20 x 8 in)
Flight Planning & Control Software xCraft Mission Control

Find Out More

Contact our sales team for more information, or to arrange a live demonstration. Our team can come to your facility, or we can arrange for a UAV to be delivered to you for a 30 day evaluation. Contact us today!

sales@xcraft.io
1-208-665-1353