Phantom 4RTK is equipped with the C4K camera, with 1''CMOS sensor and 8-element lens with 84 degree FOV, for professional shooting. Records video in H.264 or H.265 and C4K resolution 4096 × 2160 up to 60fps for excellent results. At the same time, the 20MP photos with manual ISO 100-12800 and the possibility of electric (8-1 / 2000s) and mechanical (1/2000 - 1 / 8000s) shutters will be exactly as you imagine them.
Equipped with 5 obstacle detection sensors and 4 avoidance sensors, it can detect and avoid obstacles at a distance of up to 30 meters, even if it flies at speeds up to 50k / h. With sensors mounted on the front, rear and sides of the drone, the Phantom 4 RTK can hover in space even without GPS. And with the Flight Autonomy system it creates a 3D map in which it can move with great comfort.
A new RTK module integrates directly into the Phantom 4 RTK, providing real-time location data in centimeters for improved absolute metadata accuracy. Just below the RTK receiver is an additional GNSS, installed to maintain flight stability in areas with low signal strength, such as cities. Combining both components, the Phantom 4 RTK is able to optimize flight safety while providing the most accurate data for complex measurements, mapping and inspection workflows.
Insert your Phantom 4 RTK into any workflow, with the ability to connect this positioning system to the D-RTK 2 mobile station, NTRIP (RTCM Transfer Network via Internet Protocol) using a 4G dongle access point or WiFi hotspot or satellite observation data to be used for Post Processed Kinematics (PPK).
Gather accurate data with TimeSync
To take full advantage of the Phantom 4 RTK, the new TimeSync system was created to continuously align the flight controller, camera and RTK module. In addition, TimeSync ensures that each photo uses the most accurate metadata and determines the placement data in the center of the CMOS - optimizing the results from the photogrammetric methods to achieve position data with centimeter accuracy.
Flight Planning Application
A new GS RTK application allows pilots to intelligently control the Phantom 4 RTK, with two design modes - Photogrammetry and Waypoint Flight - along with a more traditional flight mode. Programming modes allow pilots to choose the drone's flight path, while adjusting overlap rate, altitude, speed, camera parameters and more, offering an automated mapping or inspection workflow.
The GS RTK application is user-friendly and therefore has a number of features designed for specific mapping or inspection workflows. The app has the ability to instantly load KML files for office flight scheduling, a new shooting priority function to keep exposure consistent across all photos, and a wind alarm to warn pilots of adverse conditions.