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Identification and Background ¶
Parrot Bebop Drone is equipped with a built-in HD camera and it’s designed to fly in safety both indoors and outdoors. The Parrot Bebop Drone is made of fiberglass reinforced ABS, which makes it both robust and safe. Even if you stop controlling the Drone while it’s in the mid-flight, it will remain stable. In a case of an emergency, if the propellers stop automatically there are detachable PPE hulls supplied in the pack that ensures safe indoors flying.
To ensure optimal stability without compromising the maneuverability, the Bebop Drone automatically analyzes data from numerous 3-axis sensors: accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer. One ultrasound sensor with an 8 meters reach, one pressure sensor and one vertical camera to measure speed. The parrot bebop has accelerometer and interface’s touch controls which is incredible because it allows the drone to respond to movements on smartphones or tablets. By pressing the touch control button, the drone will automatically take off or land.
Parrot Bebop Drone ¶
Connectivity & Speed ¶
Wi-Fi Aerials: MIMO Dual band
Aerials: Dipoles connected to 2.4 and 5 GHz frequency bands
Output power: Up to 21 dBm
Signal range: Up to 250 meters
Speed: 13 m/s
Sensor: CMOS 14Mpx
Optical: Fish-eye 186° 1/2,3"
Video stabilization: Digital 3-axle
Video resolution: 1920 x 1080p (30fps)
Photo resolution: 4096 x 3072 pixels
Video encoding: H264
Photo format: JPEG, RAW, DNG
Internal memory: 8 GB Flash
Sensors & Geopositioning ¶
Vertical stabilizing camera: Yes
Ultrasound sensors: Yes
Geopositioning: GNSS (GPS + GLONASS)
Size, Weight, and Compatibility ¶
Bare size: 28 x 32 x 3.6 cm
With internal hull: 33 x 38 x 3.6 cm
Bare weight: 400 g
With internal hull: 420 g
Compatibility: iOS, Android smart phones and tablets, Windows Phone
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