Heliguy is now able to offer professional surveyors the SLANTRANGE 3p NDVI solution for agriculture. Read on to find out how this impressive sensor array can fit into your surveying workflow and also how it integrates with DJI’s product ecosystem.

First off, let’s look at the specifications.

Spectral Channels (Vegetation Sensor)

Spectral Channels (Ambient Illumination Sensor)

Processor Type

Processor Speed

On-Board RAM

Detector Type

Available Spectral Range

Band Positions

Shutter Type

Positioning & Pointing

GSD @ 120 m AGL

Recommended Image Overlap

Linear Coverage Rate @ 120 m AGL, 20 m/s

160 Acre Survey @ 120 m AGL, 20 m/s

Available Information Layers

On Board Data Storage (Removable)


Heliguy is now an official reseller of the SLANTRANGE 3p NDVI solution for agriculture. Read on to find out how this impressive sensor array can fit into your surveying workflow and also how it integrates with DJI’s product ecosystem.

First off, let’s look at the specifications.

Spectral Channels (Vegetation Sensor)

Spectral Channels (Ambient Illumination Sensor)

Processor Type

Processor Speed

On-Board RAM

Detector Type

Available Spectral Range

Band Positions

Shutter Type

Positioning & Pointing

GSD @ 120 m AGL

Recommended Image Overlap

Linear Coverage Rate @ 120 m AGL, 20 m/s

160 Acre Survey @ 120 m AGL, 20 m/s

Available Information Layers

On Board Data Storage (Removable)


In the professional gimbal market, there are few companies that can rival the output of Freefly. Cornering the filmmaking sector, it’s not uncommon to see one or more of their products make their way onto big budget TV and movie sets.

Their central line of gimbals is the MoVI series which offers versatility and quality through a number of distinct models. Some are primarily handheld whilst others are able to reap the benefits of an aerial view via compatibility with Freefly’s ALTA drone range meaning that whatever your needs as a videographer, the MoVI has you covered.

This article focuses…


Heliguy is a CAA approved NQE and runs drone training courses in three UK-locations: Newcastle, Manchester and Farnborough. Our expert in-house training team are there to guide you through every step of the process.

This article takes a look at the final step you’ll take before the CAA submission, a test of your piloting skills and ability to adapt under pressure in real-world scenarios. Read on to get and inside track on our practical drone flight test.

Training with Heliguy

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Being able to clearly view what your drone’s camera can see from the ground is absolutely essential. Unfortunately, there are many issues that can prevent this from low-quality monitors to overly bright weather conditions. This makes choosing the right device a priority, as a solid monitor can make the difference between capturing great footage or winging it.

This comparison guide takes a look at some of the most popular models of monitors used by drone pilots and seeks to provide you with the information you need to choose the right device for you.

Please Note: This comparison is strictly focused…


Heliguy’s Insider Blog recently had a chance to sit down with Steven Curtis, an air traffic controller who has just completed the ground school section of our PfCO drone training course.

This interview has been put together to give our readers an insight into the way drone usage is monitored by air traffic control and an alternative viewpoint on the industry.

The Interview


DJI are marketing the Spark as a ‘drone for everyone’. Packed with all the intelligent features of its predecessors while bringing a few new additions to the table, there’s a lot to be excited about with this new mini quadcopter. However, they only recently released the precursor to this diminutive drone, the Mavic Pro which received rave reviews from users and tech journalists alike.

Will the Spark be able to live up to both the hype surrounding it and the level of quality demonstrated by its larger foldable sibling? …


DJI are marketing the Spark as a ‘drone for everyone’. Packed with all the intelligent features of its predecessors while bringing a few new additions to the table, there’s a lot to be excited about with this new mini quadcopter. However, they only recently released the precursor to this diminutive drone, the Mavic Pro which received rave reviews from users and tech journalists alike.

Will the Spark be able to live up to both the hype surrounding it and the level of quality demonstrated by its larger foldable sibling? …


The DJI Spark is the latest consumer quadcopter from the market leader in drone manufacture. With tonnes of functionality packed into an aircraft that’s smaller than their popular foldable Mavic Pro, this affordable unit is aimed at hobbyists looking to have a great time with a solid platform. The Spark also comes in a range of colours for those of you who like to put a personal stamp on your gear.

CLICK HERE TO PRE-ORDER THE DJI SPARK TODAY

So, without further ado, Heliguy’s Insider Blog presents all the information you need to know about the all-new DJI Spark.

Key Features


Any nascent technology must go through a number of phases before being widely accepted as an effective enterprise solution. In the case of drones, we’ve seen this play out very openly with rapid progress and excitable media coverage shifting the public’s view of them from a niche hobbyist pastime to a viable commercial tool.

Heliguy Insider is taking a look back at the evolution of drones from their earliest days as small RC units to today’s advanced models used for industrial inspection using the ‘Gartner Hype Cycle’ as a model.

Drones Daily

A number of drone enthusiasts come together to share the most important news and features in the world of Drones, Quadcopters and UAVs.

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