Leica Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)

Quickly and Automatically Map and Measure from the Air

Leica Geosystems unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) quickly and automatically map and measure complex geospatial environments from an airborne perspective. Also known as drones or UAVs, these systems can be legally operated today by qualified U.S. public safety agencies.

Aibot X6 UAS for public safety

Leica UAS support a variety of payload sensors for different applications, seamlessly integrate with Leica 3D terrestrial laser scanners and GPS, and generate compelling 3D data that is both accurate and georeferenced.


Aibot X6 climb rate and payloadAn Advanced UAS to Take You Anywhere

The Aibot X6 features multi-rotor technology with integrated propeller shields and is uniquely designed for safety, performance and flexibility. Its ability to carry up to 4.4 lbs of pure payload permits it to fly a wide range of cameras and sensors, making it an essential tool for any public safety professional.
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UAS_aibotix_waypoint_flight-illustrationWaypoint Flight

You Plan, the Aibot X6 Does The Rest

In autonomous flight mode, the Aibot X6 can fly along waypoints automatically. The route is set with Aibotix AiProFlight flight planning software and transmitted wirelessly to the Aibot. Plan your routes easily on your computer, laptop or tablet computer.
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Leica UAS are poised to revolutionize the way in which investigators capture crime and crash scenes and assist with search and rescue, tactical/disaster response and emergency operations.

Contact us today to learn how to get off the ground with this proven solution.


UAS set to revolutionize public safetyWebinar: UAS Set to Revolutionize Public Safety

The forensic firearms unit of the Washington State Patrol’s Seattle crime laboratory recently faced a difficult question for a criminal investigation in an extremely challenging outdoor environment. To find the answer, they deployed Leica Geosystems UAS technology. Crime lab supervisor Rick Wyant shares details on why they chose this solution and how it provided valuable insights for the investigation. Watch the webinar to learn more.