Autel Evo II Dual provides the first and only high-res thermal camera in a compact drone. See incredible detail in dark environments from up to 450+ feet with the EVO II Dual.
EVO II Dual Resolutions up to 640x512 enable EVO II Dual pilots to capture subjects with great detail from up to 146 meters - 4x farther than any aircraft of its class. The 30Hz refresh rate produces smooth dynamic thermal movement by matching thermal images to video frame rate.
Included with EVO II Dual is a smart controller featuring a built-in 3.3-inch OLED display, eliminating the need for a mobile device. With a four-hour battery life and an ergonomic, compact design, pilots can easily pack and fly on the go.
Autel EVO II Dual Overview and Comparison
- Records unmatched 8K HDR Video and IR
- Flight times up to 40 minutes
- Captures dynamic 48MP stills
- Allows for the camera to be interchanged without replacing the entire system
- 12 image sensors create a 3D world for omnidirectional obstacle avoidance
- 2.4Ghz antennas for up to a 9km range and better reception in urban areas
Autel EVO II Dual Types Of Use
EVO II Dual transmits the most crucial information back to the pilot and allows for Live Deck backward compatibility so your team can make informed decisions in the most stressful of circumstances. From case to air in under 30 seconds with no flight restrictions, no forced updates, and no repeat calibrations, first responders can make every second count.
Several features of EVO II Dual makes it an excellent tool for investigators who build their cases based on accuracy. With the ability to produce 8K 24fps RGB video and up to 640×512 30Hz thermal recording, investigators can view and capture a 360-degree view of the site on EVO II Dual’s remote controller.
In the industry of engineers, contractors, and project managers, it’s essential that your drone works as hard as you do and can capture even the smallest details in realtime. Features such as EVO II Dual’s Picture in Picture Mode can record up to 1080p at 30fps and overlays thermal imaging to standard RGB footage, allowing the pilot to view both simultaneously.