MMC's professional drones include agriculture drone, inspection drone,powerline stringing uav.MMC can provide the uav customization service.
  • Release time: 2017 - 01 - 05
    The consumer drone market may be moving at a rate of knots but equally, the pro-market is changing fast as new platforms hit the market.Prominent Shenzhen manuafacturer MMC has just announced their A6 Plus which is claimed to be a good alternative drone for infrastructure inspection, power line stringing, firefighting and so on. The modular design means that it can carry interchangeable mounts to cater for up to 200 different payloads. Aimed squarely at the industry user, the new UAV weighs in at around 19kg so it falls under the FAA Small UAV classification. It can also carry a payload of up to 7kg.MMC have concentrated on flexibility in itʼs design to try and attract a wide range of industry users. One example is law enforcement agancies where they may require just one UAV to t...
  • Release time: 2016 - 12 - 30
    Since last year, MMC, the professional unmanned aerial vehicles(UAV)manufacturer has established overseas branches in India and Indonesia to serve better of local people in Southeast Asia with client-based preoccupations. Through real cases of helping the locals solve the problems in infrastruction using commercial drones, MMC has accumulated more experience in facing different situations.At the end of year 2016, the Indian branch has brought the year to a happy ending by mine site inspecton in Calcutta, India. The mine site is moutainous so the satellite is weak. Using the industrial aerial inspection drone A6 Plus to implement the inspection task of the mine site faced some problems with manual flying only. Then MMC staff took the ground station to finishi the tasks. The huge area was di...
  • Release time: 2016 - 12 - 15
    Commercial drone manufacturer MMC adoptstelecommunications technology to develop industrial drone solutions that offer a dramatic increase in drone range and endurance. A testing program was developed in MMC’s R&D center in Shenzhen, China earlier this month. The upcoming innovative creation will combine newly developed telecommunications network and MMC’s hydrogen fueled drone series to develop industrial drone solutions with a potential endurance of up to 8 hours and potential range of hundreds of kilometers.While commercial drone development has progressed over the last several years, the effective range of signal and transmission – still not able to reach 10 km – and the flight time endurance of many drones have remained technical bottlenecks. With most drones offering flight tim...
  • Release time: 2016 - 11 - 23
    The annual HIKKMI MUNUAS took place on 18th November, 2016 in Indonesia. The theme of the MUNAS was about how electrical contractors and PLN work more efficiently and professionally to facilitate national grid construction. MMC, the professional drone manufacturer was invited to join this event as its Indonesian branch makes great contributions to the local grid construction.  The HIKKMI is an authorized electrical association committed to grid construction in Indonesia. At this stage the state grid construction fall far behind the original schedule, and the biggest problem that contractors encountering is the land clearance.  During the conference, MMC was invited to give a presentation. MMC introduced global experience of UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) for utilities an...
  • Release time: 2016 - 11 - 07
    On November 3rd ,2016, Dronetools,a multirotors manufacturer in Spain paid a visit to MMC negotiating about cooperation matters.Its CEO Jorge and Nicolas visited the showroom, the product assemble line in the factory and reordered the flight demonstration. MMC’s technicians introduced drones’ structure, installation and flight principles in the factory. During the reception, the visitors showed solicitude for payloads. So they operated the the megaphone, intelligent drop system, zooming camera and etc.to experience the characteristics of the payloads in person.  ( Picture 1: Nicalos and MMC staff were adjusting the latest product A6 Plus in the demonstration field )  ( Picture 2: Visitors came MMC's booth inthe 11th China Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition)Through th...
  • Release time: 2015 - 12 - 04
    Now UAV are widely used in various industries such as Videography / Photography, Real Estate (Commercial and Residential), Marketing, Disaster Response, City/Government, Education, Environment, Climate, Insurance, Aviation, Meteorology, Tourism, Engineering, Inspections, Utilities, Mining / OIL & GAS, Mapping, Construction / Pre-construction, Maritime, Miscellaneous.While what's some inventive uses for unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) can you think of?Below we would like to introduce you the top two inventive used for UAVs.The one is power one stringing and the other one is crop pesticide spraying.Power line stringing UAV Spider A6x solution processing.Crop pesticide spraying drone Swift A6x plus is operating.View more professional drones uses at en.mmcuav.com.
  • Release time: 2015 - 12 - 01
    TheNew South Wales government has announced that drones will be trialled and aerial surveillance boosted on the North Coast as the government fast tracks the rollout of its $16 million shark strategy.Minister for Primary Industries Niall Blair visited the NSW Mid NorthCoast to make the announcement, which will also include the trial of smart drum lines to better protect surfers and swimmers this summer.“There is no easy way to reduce risks for swimmers and surfers. We are delivering on a commitment to test the best science available, including new technologies, as we try to find an effective long-term solution to keep our beaches safe,” Mr Blair said.“These are the first of several trials that will get underway across the state’s beaches this summer as we take an integrated approach to wor...
  • Release time: 2015 - 11 - 28
    Inspecting the tower base is the most difficult thing for the maintenance personnel. Many tower bases and located in mountains which means climbing mountains needed when inspect tower base. This will not only slow down the speed of inspection, but also leads maintenance staff’ work very hard.To this end, China Tower Qianxinan Branch introduced the UAV inspection solution into tower base inspection. The results showed that the use of UAV inspection enhance efficiency of 90%.It is understood that Qianxinan is a Pearl River north-south Pan River Basin which is a typical low latitude and high altitude mountain area. There are about 3,500 rural tower bases at high mountains which are greater than 1000 meters height.It is reported that this time the UAV aerial inspection of the tower base takes ...
  • Release time: 2015 - 10 - 13
    1th May 2013, it’s the May Day long holiday and Guangshen Railyway Mayong section had a serious traffic jam. Related department started using MMC UAV/drone to monitor the traffic condition immediately. MMC UAV ensured the smooth traffic by monitoring the traffic conditions and helps to provide efficient traffic leading solution for traffic department.
  • Release time: 2015 - 10 - 13
    27th Aug. 2015, the first China UAV Show held at Asia European Safety & Security Expositions. MMC multicopter UAV surprised everyone and got consistent high praise from competitors and customers. MMC gains the “UAV Industry Alliance Vice - Chairman Member” and ”Outstanding UAV Enterprise” honour. At that day, MMC performed a fantastic show using MC6-1000 at the first China UAV Show, the two MC6-1000 UAVs one in red and the other one in white made a splendid scene at the spot.MC-1000 is performing, it’s first class stability and manoeuvrability supports various difficulties flying.At the welcome dinner, MMC honourable be named “Outstanding UAV Enterprise” together with other 24 companies because of it’s UAV’s high stability, outstanding manoeuvrability, advanced technique in multicopter...
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
  • Release time: 2016 - 11 - 04
    A6 Plus is an upgraded and multi-function drone with various payloads and of high security. Featuring standard“plug-in design,” the drone has a universal mount device. Interchangeable mounts can be installed quickly and easily to change the function of the drone, simply by plugging them in. It can be applied across various fields. Using A6 Plus with different payloads,users can finish industrial inspections, power line stringing, mapping, firefighting and etc.. Contact Us:info@mmcuav.com
  • Release time: 2016 - 11 - 03
    As powerful competitor to DJI Matrice 600 drone (M600 drone), F6 Plus-the high-end aerial platform, can be adapted to many different missions through the use of MMC's plug-and-play payload modules. Equipped with a redundant GPS system, the F6 Plus benefits from extremely precise maneuvering and reliable navigation, making it suitable for industrial applications. The multi-function drone can be widely used in industrial aerial inspection, surveillance, mapping, firefighting and etc..   Contact Us:info@mmcuav.com
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
MicroMultiCopter Aero Technology Co.Ltd(MMC) specializes in multirotor UAVs. MMC's unmaned drones for sale is the best among the industrial dones.
  • Release time: 2016 - 06 - 16
    Garuda, or a name for a divine bird from both Hindu and Buddhism, is a lightweight inspection solution perfected through numerous construction and inspection government projects in India. With its considerable payload, suitable for most of the telemetry equipment as well as its impressive wind resistance, Garuda solution meets all the necessary requirements for completing the most changing inspection projects. Equipped with the MMC designed, universal accessory mounting plug, advanced algorithms and quaternions for smarter and more reliable data fusion and unmatched position accuracy guarantees, Garuda provides the most sophisticated solutions in the UAV inspections industry.   info@mmcuav.com
  • Release time: 2016 - 06 - 16
    MMC Phoenix is the ultimate Drone that can carry heavy payload and secure it while it’s high up in the air. In Utility Inspection, especially when using some very Hi-Tech sensors, which is worth half million, you always want to make sure they are fully secured in the most compli-cated mission and in the worst case scenario.  info@mmcuav.com
  • Release time: 2016 - 06 - 16
    MMC Swift is a turnkey solution for precision Agriculture to drive productivity. With the latest spraying system and most useful multi spectral camera,Swift can accomplish two tasks at the most economic cost. With its full drone-to-tractor work flow you can scout your crops, analyze plant health, create prescriptions and begin treatment all on the same day.     info@mmcuav.com
  • Release time: 2016 - 06 - 16
    MMC Spider unmanned aerial vehicles are made specifically for power line stringing. the most affordable power line stringing way that can help you to improve your cabling efficiency, reduce costs and ensure safety. MMC Spider can fly over various types of terrain, mountains, forests, cliffs, rivers, lakes and other natural obstacles. Therefore it can prevent deforestation, damage to farmland and general environmental pullution efficiently. info@mmcuav.com
  • Release time: 2016 - 08 - 03
    MMC Swift Mini is a solution develops from Swift solution and used in Precision Farming. It is extremely easy to use and 100% auto pilot, so you don’t have to learn how to operate drone with difficulty. It carries superb camera developed on DJI PHANTOM 3, so you don’t need to worry about NIR camera integration. It can produce the professional NDVI reportquickly and easily,so you don’t need to worry about data processing.    info@mmcuav.com
  • Release time: 2016 - 08 - 13
    Oil inspeciton solution is based on hydrogen-powered UAVs to carry out inspection tasks. Using the latest hydrogen fuel cells to create energy where with a larger payload the vehicle will remain 1 to 2 hours airborne. The energy from the fuel cell comes from a chemical reaction of hydrogen and oxygen thus now creating any combustion creating zero risk in oil pipeline inspection.  info@mmcuav.com
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
X8 Octo-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs industrial leader.
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Now UAV are widely used in various industries such as Videography / Photography, Real Estate (Commercial and Residential), Marketing, Disaster Response, City/Government, Education, Environment, Climate, Insurance, Aviation, Meteorology, Tourism, Engineering, Inspections, Utilities, Mining / OIL & GAS, Mapping, Construction / Pre-construction, Maritime, Miscellaneous.While what's some inventive uses for unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) can you think of?Below we would like to introduce you the top two inventive used for UAVs.The one is power one stringing and the other one is crop pesticide spraying.Power line stringing UAV Spider A6x solution processing.Crop pesticide spraying drone Swift A6x plus is operating.View more professional drones uses at en.mmcuav.com.
Release time: 2015 - 12 - 04
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TheNew South Wales government has announced that drones will be trialled and aerial surveillance boosted on the North Coast as the government fast tracks the rollout of its $16 million shark strategy.Minister for Primary Industries Niall Blair visited the NSW Mid NorthCoast to make the announcement, which will also include the trial of smart drum lines to better protect surfers and swimmers this summer.“There is no easy way to reduce risks for swimmers and surfers. We are delivering on a commitment to test the best science available, including new technologies, as we try to find an effective long-term solution to keep our beaches safe,” Mr Blair said.“These are the first of several trials that will get underway across the state’s beaches this summer as we take an integrated approach to working out a long-term solution.”The first field tests of drones began at Coffs Harbour. The trials will test the effectiveness of drone technology in shark attack mitigation by feeding images back to the operator in real time, using GPS coordinates.Mr Blair also announced smart drum lines, recommended in an independent report into shark technologies, will be trialled. The first line will be deployed at Ballina.“Experts attending the shark summit in Sydney spoke in favour of thistechnology and I’m pleased to announce initial testing will get underway next week,” he said.The NSW Government has also fast-tracked the delivery of two 4G listening stations which will be positioned at Sharpes Beach at Ballina and Clarkes Beach Byron Bay to provide real time tracking data of taggedsharks.A further eight listening stations are making their way to NSW and will be installed at: Tweed Heads, Lennox Head, Evans Head, Yamba, CoffsHarbour, South West Rocks, Port Macquarie, and Forster. Ten others willfollow.In addition to these measures, the NSW Government has increased aerial helicopter surveillance on the North Coast. Helicopters will fly at least three hours each day, weather permitting, from 1 December until26 January 2016, flying from Byron Bay to Evans Head twice daily.Aerial surveillance will continue between Newcastle and Wollongong and will start in areas on the South Coast.- See more at: http://www.unmannedsystemstechnology.com/2015/11/new-south-wales-government-trials-shark-surveillance-drones/#sthash.uuK8LJ9G.dpufTheNew South Wales government has announced that drones will be trialled and aerial surveillance boosted on the North Coast as the government fast tracks the rollout of its $16 million shark strategy.Minister for Primary Industries Niall Blair visited the NSW Mid NorthCoast to make the announcement, which will also include the trial of smart drum lines to better protect surfers and swimmers this summer.“There is no easy way to reduce risks for swimmers and surfers. We are delivering on a commitment to test the best science available, including new technologies, as we try to find an effective long-term solution to keep our beaches safe,” Mr Blair said.“These are the first of several trials that will get underway across the state’s beaches this summer as we take an integrated approach to working out a long-term solution.”The first field tests of drones began at Coffs Harbour. The trials will test the effectiveness of drone technology in shark attack mitigation by feeding images back to the operator in real time, using GPS coordinates.Mr Blair also announced smart drum lines, recommended in an independent report into shark technologies, will be trialled. The first line will be deployed at Ballina.“Experts attending the shark summit in Sydney spoke in favour of thistechnology and I’m pleased to announce initial testing will get underway next week,” he said.The NSW Government has also fast-tracked the delivery of two 4G listening stations which will be positioned at Sharpes Beach at Ballina and Clarkes Beach Byron Bay to provide real time tracking data of taggedsharks.A further eight listening stations are making their way to NSW and will be installed at: Tweed Heads, Lennox Head, Evans Head, Yamba, CoffsHarbour, South West Rocks, Port Macquarie, and Forster. Ten others willfollow.In addition to these measures, the NSW Government has increased aerial helicopter surveillance on the North Coast. Helicopters will fly at least three hours each day, weather permitting, from 1 December until26 January 2016, flying from Byron Bay to Evans Head twice daily.Aerial surveillance will continue between Newcastle and Wollongong and will start in areas on the South Coast.- See more at: http://www.unmannedsystemstechnology.com/2015/11/new-south-wales-government-trials-shark-surveillance-drones/#sthash.uuK8LJ9G.dpufThe New South Wales government has announced that drones will be trialled and aerial surveillance boosted on the North Coast as the government fast tracks the rollout of its $16 million shark strategy.Minister for Primary Industries Niall Blair visited the NSW Mid North Coast to make the announcement, which will also include the trial of smart drum lines to better protect surfers and swimmers this summer.“There is no easy way to reduce risks for swimmers and surfers. We are delivering on a commitment to test the best science available, including new technologies, as we try to find an effective long-term solution to keep our beaches safe,” Mr Blair said.“These are the first of several trials that will get underway across the state’s beaches this summer as we take an integrated approach to working out a long-term solution.”The first field tests of drones began at Coffs Harbour. The trials will test the effectiveness of drone technology in shark attack mitigation by feeding images back to the operator in real time, using GPS coordinates.Mr Blair also announced smart drum lines, recommended in an independent report into shark technologies, will be trialled. The first line will be deployed at Ballina.“Experts attending the shark summit in Sydney spoke in favour of this technology and I’m pleased to announce initial testing will get underway next week,” he said.The NSW Government has also fast-tracked the delivery of two 4G listening stations which will be positioned at Sharpes Beach at Ballina and Clarkes Beach Byron Bay to provide real time tracking data of tagged sharks.A further eight listening stations are making their way to NSW and will be installed at: Tweed Heads, Lennox Head, Evans Head, Yamba, Coffs Harbour, South West Rocks, Port Macquarie, and Forster. Ten others will follow.In addition to these measures, the NSW Government has increased aerial helicopter surveillance on the North Coast. Helicopters will fly at least three hours each day, weather permitting, from 1 December until 26 January 2016, flying from Byron Bay to Evans Head twice daily.Aerial surveillance will continue between Newcastle and Wollongong and will start in areas on the South Coast. View more at unmannedsystemstechnology.comRelated source: MMCUAV inspection drone
Release time: 2015 - 12 - 01
Views:332
Inspecting the tower base is the most difficult thing for the maintenance personnel. Many tower bases and located in mountains which means climbing mountains needed when inspect tower base. This will not only slow down the speed of inspection, but also leads maintenance staff’ work very hard.To this end, China Tower Qianxinan Branch introduced the UAV inspection solution into tower base inspection. The results showed that the use of UAV inspection enhance efficiency of 90%.It is understood that Qianxinan is a Pearl River north-south Pan River Basin which is a typical low latitude and high altitude mountain area. There are about 3,500 rural tower bases at high mountains which are greater than 1000 meters height.It is reported that this time the UAV aerial inspection of the tower base takes about 70 minutes to shoot, deeply inspected 6 cliffy dangerous bases, saving about 11 hours compared to the traditional way.Among them, the approximately 150 meters height Fengdu base selected to take aerial photography, UAV took off from Jingfeng avenue Wanfenglin convention center, straight aerial flying 1.6KM, reached Fengdu base after about 53 seconds (it costs about 95 mins to claim and down mountain in traditional way by walking). Shoot Fengdu base from aerial, surrounded angle, real-time collect tower base, high voltage lines and plants cover pictures of Fengdu base. To observe the flight height and detailed scene conveniently, chose Wanfenglin scenery spot tower base and part of Cheheng county rural tower base to do aerial photography test.According to the relevant personnel of China Tower, UAV inspection of tower base breaks the traditional consuming cost mode way, effectively improve work efficiency, it’s especially good for the dangerous terrain tower base inspection in a complex power line inspection, survey, hidden danger identification.MMC Bat series power line inspection UAVs especially designed for power line inspection, ignoring the terrain influence limit. Easy to operate, stabilized flight, save a lot of costs for the power line inspection and at the meantime reduce front-line staff’s work intensity.
Release time: 2015 - 11 - 28
Views:588
1th May 2013, it’s the May Day long holiday and Guangshen Railyway Mayong section had a serious traffic jam. Related department started using MMC UAV/drone to monitor the traffic condition immediately. MMC UAV ensured the smooth traffic by monitoring the traffic conditions and helps to provide efficient traffic leading solution for traffic department.
Release time: 2015 - 10 - 13
Views:691
27th Aug. 2015, the first China UAV Show held at Asia European Safety & Security Expositions. MMC multicopter UAV surprised everyone and got consistent high praise from competitors and customers. MMC gains the “UAV Industry Alliance Vice - Chairman Member” and ”Outstanding UAV Enterprise” honour. At that day, MMC performed a fantastic show using MC6-1000 at the first China UAV Show, the two MC6-1000 UAVs one in red and the other one in white made a splendid scene at the spot.MC-1000 is performing, it’s first class stability and manoeuvrability supports various difficulties flying.At the welcome dinner, MMC honourable be named “Outstanding UAV Enterprise” together with other 24 companies because of it’s UAV’s high stability, outstanding manoeuvrability, advanced technique in multicopter.At the last, MMC is out stand from numerous enterprises be honored for “UAV Industry Alliance of China Vice – Chairman Enterprise”.MMC will take the important duty for China UAV industry development with 4 others companies.After the award ceremony, the chairman of International Safety & Security Alliance, American Safety & Security Alliance and China Safety & Security Alliance all represented that MMC is deserved to gain the two honors. They approve the UAV application in police and also hope MMC will do better, concentrate on design and research, continuous innovation, produce more outstanding police UAV to improve international and China safety and security development.The chairman of International Safety & Security Alliance took photo with MMC staff. The chairman of American Safety & Security Alliance took photo with MMC staff.The chairman of China Safety & Security Alliance took photo with MMC staff.This award is not only the approval from the whole UAV industry and safety &security enterprise for MMC UAV but also the MMC continuing innovation spirit. MMC won’t disappoint you, self-discipline self-improvement, more forward without hesitation, takes duty on establishing mode for UAV industry, promote UAV applied to more industries, using technology to create more pretty future.
Release time: 2015 - 10 - 13
Views:383
Traditional power line stringing normally has longroute, complex terrain, across power line with power on questions which makes power line stringing extremely difficult.During the HV electric power stringing, it’s unavoidable to across some obstacles as electrified HV power line, valley, mountains, forest, building etc.  Traditional electric power line stringing method is low efficiency, difficult and high risk.MMC Electric Power Line UAV has the high efficiency, high safe factor, strong adaptability and long distance power line stringing etc. advantages. It has gotten good reviews among most of the promoted large areas in Chinese western provinces as Shanxi.MMC multicopter power line stringing drone system can solve the problem that the high strength labor by human stringing and also the landing difficult problem, which also reduces trees logging to maximum protect nature ecosystem.We use drone throw 2.0mm polyester at the HV tower, and then polyester connected to the power cable, power cable then pulled easily, finally, power line build. Below is our ground monitoring machine which has figure and GPS function to ensure our drone can throw to the tower accurately.We will update more power line stringing UAV solution information soon.
Release time: 2015 - 10 - 13
Views:2099
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