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Delair DT18 AG

SKU: 18-PK-CRO-2
Weight: 2.0 kg

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The Delair DT18 AG is a fixed-wing long range, mini UAV agriculture mapping drone.  Now exclusively in Australia through Sphere Drones, it is the perfect solution for agriculture, environmental and vigneron drone mapping applications. Hand launched and certified for beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS), it has an impressive 2-hour flight time and includes the MicaSense RedEdge Multispectral camera. These two features enables Agronomists, Environmentalists and Vignerons to map chlorophyll maps and vegetation indexes over large areas: economically, accurately, autonomously - easy. The Baby Bear autonomous telemetry tracking antenna enables confident directional tracking of the drone during BVLOS operations.

  • 1 x DT18 AG UAV
  • 1 x DT18 Spare Airframe
  • 1 x Baby Bear antenna 
  • 2 x Solapp flight control software licenses 1 DT18 UAV Battery pack + charger
  • 1 DT-Launcher catapult for DT18 UAV (Dimensions* : 138 cm / 50 cm / 20 cm)
  • 1 DT18 Accessory Kit (screw set, pitot, fail-safe system, wing joiners)
  • 1 DT18 Training (5 days for 2 trainees) at Delair Training Center + video tutorials & manuals
  • 1 Calibrated Reflectance Panel
  • 1 Technical support (hotline, software upgrades, video tutorials)
  • 1 One-year warranty


 Endurance Up to 120 min
 Weight (payload included) 2 kg
 Wingspan / Length 1.8 m / 1.2 m
 Material Composite (fiberglass, carbon, kevlar)
 Deployment time 5 min
 Take off / Landing Hand launched or catapult / Belly (no damage to crops)
 Cruise speed 61 km/hm (33 kts)


 Sensor name MicaSense RedEdge Multispectral Camera
 Narrow & calibrated spectral bands Red, Green, Blue, Red Edge, Near Infrared
 Resolution (GSD) 4.8 cm @ 70 m AGL / 10.2 cm @150 m AGL
 Width x Height 960 x 1 280 pixels
 Image acquisition Configurable (standard: 1 ima/sec.)
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CASA Know Your Drone

Rules for recreational drone operators

  • You must not fly your drone higher than 120 metres (400 feet) above ground level.
  • You must keep your drone at least 30 metres away from other people.
  • You must only fly one drone at a time.
  • You must keep your drone within visual line-of-sight. This means always being able to see the drone with your own eyes (rather than through a device, screen or goggles).
  • You must not fly over or above people or in a populous area. This could include beaches, parks, events, or sport ovals where there is a game in progress.
  • Respect personal privacy. Don’t record or photograph people without their consent — this may breach other laws.
  • If your drone weighs more than 250 grams, you must fly at least 5.5 kilometres away from a controlled airport, which generally have a control tower at them.
  • Remember, you must not operate your drone in a way that creates a hazard to another aircraft, person or property.
  • You must only fly during the day and you must not fly through cloud or fog.
  • You must not fly your drone over or near an area affecting public safety or where emergency operations are underway. This could include situations such as a car crash, police operations, a fire or firefighting efforts or search and rescue.
  • If you're near a helicopter landing site or smaller aerodrome without a control tower, you can fly your drone within 5.5 kilometres. If you become aware of manned aircraft nearby, you will have to manoeuvre away and land your drone as quickly and safely as possible.
  • If you intend to fly your drone for or at work (commercially), there are extra rules you must follow. You will need a remote pilot licence (RePL) or fly in the excluded category (sub-2 kilogram or private landholder).

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If you believe you've seen someone breaking the rules, you can report it to CASA. Fines of up to $1,110 can be issued per offence. If the matter is taken to court, fines of up to $11,100 can be imposed.