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Diamond Includes Ultracam Dragon 4 on Upcoming DA62 MPPs

Survey and Imaging Platform Begins Testing with Austrian Manufacturer Ahead of Summer Release

Diamond Aircraft reinforced its relationship with Vexcel Imaging with an expansion of the sensor portfolio of the manufacturer's survey and ISR plane, the DA62 MPP.

Vexcel Imaging showed off its newest hybrid aerial mapping system last year, the Ultracam Dragon 4.1, immediately catching Diamond's eye with a solid combination of high-resolution imaging and LiDAR accuracy. The Dragon will not be available until summer 2024, since Diamond is currently undergoing a test campaign on their DA62 MPP SurveyStar platform. Once it gets Diamond's blessing to be installed on production aircraft, customers will be able to check the box just like any other option.

“Diamond Aircraft and Vexcel Imaging have been enjoying a successful business partnership since many years with both companies being at the forefront in their business fields,” says Mario Spiegel, Sales Manager Diamond Aircraft Special Mission Aircraft Division. “So, it was only logical that we would also work together on the integration of the new UltraCam Dragon 4.1 on our DA62 MPP SurveyStar platform.”

“The collaboration between Vexcel and Diamond Aircraft is a testament to our shared dedication to excellence," said Alexander Wiechert, CEO Vexcel Imaging. "Integrating the UltraCam Dragon 4.1 into the DA62 MPP is another key step in a journey towards redefining the understanding of complex environments with the market’s most advanced hybrid aerial mapping system. Our teams are focused on ensuring that this integration is smooth, efficient, and, most importantly, beneficial to our customers. By ensuring that this advanced system is ready for immediate use upon availability, we are directly supporting our customers in managing their demanding schedules effectively. This integration is more than a technological advancement; it's a tailored solution designed to empower our clients with immediacy and precision in their endeavors."

FMI: www.diamondaircraft.com

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