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May 24, 2017, 09:14 PM
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GDU Multi-Purpose Flying Platform Makes Byrd Versatile on the Market


GDU (former company name ProDrone) was firstly introduced to public at IBC, Amsterdam on September 11, 2015 as the first foldable quadcopter manufacturer in the world.

Except for the portability, Byrd has multi-purpose flying platform, which enables Byrd compatible with 1080P, Gopro, 4K, thermal camera, ILDC (Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera) gimbal,10 times zooming gimbal camera and one button stretching gimbal & camera; hence it saves the Byrd owners the cost of changing a camera.

In addition, Byrd has following features:
1.Byrd adopts PC engineering plastic, which enables Byrd to be fireproof, rainproof and resistant at 40℃ and 95% humidity; and to endure maximum 55℃ in summers and minimum -15℃ in winters.
Please watch this testing video.
GDU Byrd Undergoing Harsh Testing (2 min 4 sec)


2. Byrdís size is 450*500*255mm and its diagonal size is 622mm when unfolded; its net weight is 1890g. This design enables Byrd to resist 29-38km/h level wind.

3. Byrd has large capacity battery (14.8V, 6700mAh, 99.4Wh) and strong propulsion system, which enables Byrd to fly for 29 minutes; the maximum take-off weight is 3.8kg; maximum load weight is 2.0 kg.

4. The canister comes with Premium 1.0 & 2.0 can deliver valuable materials no more than 300g.

5. Double protection design for propellers;

6. Dual remote controller.

7. Byrd Premium 2.0 with OFDM downlinks System, transmission distance is 2km.
GDU - Introducing Byrd Premium 2.0 and New Gimbals (4 min 59 sec)


8. GDU Mobile SDK, Payload and Remote Controller allow consumers to customize different functions according to different usage scenario. For more information about GDU Open Platform Program, please kindly visit http://www.gdu-tech.com/en/#/byrd/openplateform

Therefore Byrd offers the second option for both consumer level users and commercial entry-level users.

What do you guys think?

Looking forward to your comments!
Last edited by Charles Wang; Jul 05, 2017 at 04:01 AM.
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