Designed and developed to be quick to master, ANAFI has been designed for implementation by even the most novice pilots. The flying of the aircraft is designed to be intuitive and simplified enabling scientists from nature reserves to quickly deploy it after purchase. Likewise, the FreeFlight 6 control interface is easy to use and provides access to all of the features in no time.
Taking a closer look
ANAFI’s x3 zoom gives you detailed shots and gets you up close and personal with wildlife. This also ensures the discretion of the aircraft, meaning that it can distance itself from the animals while collecting precise images. The option to zoom in rather than getting close to the fauna therefore avoids disturbing the wild life and preserves the natural environment. By using ANAFI, animal life is respected and missions are carried out safely.
Thanks to the optical sensors, you can observe complex elements and get closer to the living things inhabiting your nature reserve.
A wide range of features
From FreeFlight 6, access a wide range of features in a few moments allowing you take your observation mission even further. This means that you can define a flight plan directly from the map, an advantage when you are in an environment similar to nature reserves, where the harmonious landscape does not provide any distinguishing features for finding your bearings. The Touch & Fly and Cameraman modes can also be useful when you want to obtain precise and detailed shots of certain elements.
Overcoming ground constraints
ANAFI can take off from the ground as well as from a hand. This feature is an important one in the observation of wildlife, especially when the setting is in Africa. Here, the ground of the reserves often consists of sand and small rocky elements which have the capacity to damage the drone or be detrimental to the good visibility of the camera in the event of the sand being lifted up by the wind produced by the propellers.
Thanks to the take-off by hand, the drone takes off in a matter of seconds without being subjected to the risks caused by the elements on the ground.
Suitable for hot weather
ANAFI has been designed for implementation across six continents and has therefore a high resistance to extreme temperatures. This is a critical element for the conduct of operations on the African continent, in a semi-desert environment where the temperature quickly reaches high levels.
ANAFI is very resistant to hot weather and can be deployed even in temperatures approaching 50 degrees.
Using ANAFI to conduct wildlife observation missions improves safety. On the one hand, the teams of scientists and the personnel at the reserve do not find themselves exposed to certain dangerous animals or behaviours that are difficult to predict. The collection of information is all the more precise as the drone makes it possible to observe the animal without human intervention disturbing it. On the other hand, ANAFI is designed to carry out missions in complete safety. The drone is resistant and, thanks to its many features, the risk of falling or collision with animals is zero when the flight plan is set beforehand. This enables the flight altitude and the camera angle to be defined in order to carry out remote missions.