UNLOCK LTE FOR DJI

Extend the operating range of your DJI M30 or M300 with Paladin’s new EXT LTE Module. 

With a quick and simple installation of the LTE module to the drone’s PSDK port, you can now leverage the stable connection of LTE to fly further and see more without relying on traditional radio frequencies. Starting a Drone as a First Responder (DFR) program and flying BVLOS is now as simple as that.

Introducing the new frontier in LTE drone technology. 

SEE PALADIN EXT IN ACTION

With a radio-based program, you will always need someone on the roof holding a remote controller because they rely on a connection from remote controller to drone.

Paladin EXT eliminates the need for a Remote-Pilot-in-Charge (RPIC) on the roof and you can now utilize visual observers spread out throughout the city. This is a massive benefit to most departments who are tight on budget and limited on staff.

LTE VS RADIO-BASED COVERAGE

Coverage maps are based on Odessa, TX’s coverage area of 56 square miles. 

With an LTE connection, your DJI drone is able to safely travel a 3-mile radius from its home base as seen by the orange circles, which is the limit set forth by the FAA for BVLOS operations.

Traditional radio-based drones have real world condition ranges demonstrated by the 1.5 mile radius grey circles. By leveraging the power of LTE, you can eliminate the need for larger fleets and RPIC’s on rooftops and cut down on unnecessary costs to cover the same area. LTE allows for a 10:3 coverage when compared to radio-controlled drones in Odessa, TX.

LTE is also the reason we are able to acquire BVLOS waivers without the need for an RPIC on the rooftop.

Cost Effective UAS and Drone as a First Responder Programs

Comparison is based on Odessa, TX’s coverage area of 56 sq. mil. Cost analysis based on hardware, software, and support staff. With LTE, RPIC’s on the roof aren’t necessary. This is a massive benefit especially for understaffed departments who simply can’t staff that many officers to support the program. LTE makes DFR a true force multiplier

Because of the extended coverage and the ability to fly BVLOS, LTE-based drone programs require fewer drones in the air, fewer software licenses, and no RPICs on rooftops to operate.  Based on a 56-square-mile coverage area in Odessa, TX, only 3 DJI M300s or M30’s are necessary to cover the same area as a traditional RF-based program, which would require 10 drones.

Reach out to us today and find out how LTE UAVs and a DFR program can help your first responders make informed decisions and operate more efficiently

UNLOCK LTE FOR DJI

Extend the operating range of your DJI M30 or M300 with Paladin’s new EXT LTE Module. 

With a quick and simple installation of the LTE module to the drone’s PSDK port, you can now leverage the stable connection of LTE to fly further and see more without relying on traditional radio frequencies. Starting a Drone as a First Responder (DFR) program and flying BVLOS is now as simple as that.

Introducing the new frontier in LTE drone technology. 

SEE PALADIN EXT IN ACTION

With a radio-based program, you will always need someone on the roof holding a remote controller because they rely on a connection from remote controller to drone.

Paladin EXT eliminates the need for a Remote-Pilot-in-Charge (RPIC) on the roof and you can now utilize visual observers spread out throughout the city. This is a massive benefit to most departments who are tight on budget and limited on staff.

LTE vs Radio-based Coverage

With an LTE connection, your DJI drone is able to safely travel a 3-mile radius from its home base as seen by the orange circles, which is the limit set forth by the FAA for BVLOS operations.

Traditional radio-based drones have real world condition ranges demonstrated by the 1.5 mile radius grey circles. By leveraging the power of LTE, you can eliminate the need for larger fleets and RPIC’s on rooftops and cut down on unnecessary costs to cover the same area. LTE allows for a 10:3 coverage when compared to radio-controlled drones in Odessa, TX.

LTE is also the reason we are able to acquire BVLOS waivers without the need for an RPIC on the rooftop.

Coverage maps are based on Odessa, TX’s coverage area of 56 square miles. 

Comparison is based on Odessa, TX’s coverage area of 56 sq. mil. Cost analysis based on hardware, software, and support staff. With LTE, RPIC’s on the roof aren’t necessary. This is a massive benefit especially for understaffed departments who simply can’t staff that many officers to support the program. LTE makes DFR a true force multiplier

Cost Effective UAS and Drone as a First Responder Programs

Because of the extended coverage and the ability to fly BVLOS, LTE-based drone programs require fewer drones in the air, fewer software licenses, and no RPICs on rooftops to operate.  Based on a 56-square-mile coverage area in Odessa, TX, only 3 DJI M300s or M30’s are necessary to cover the same area as a traditional RF-based program, which would require 10 drones.

Reach out to us today and find out how LTE UAVs and a DFR program can help your first responders make informed decisions and operate more efficiently

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Our demos are conducted via Zoom while you control a real-time live stream of an active drone in the field. Ready to Learn More?

Schedule a Demo

Our demos are conducted via Zoom while you control a real-time live stream of an active drone in the field. Ready to Learn More?