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EVO II Series

EVO II Series

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NOTICE: The EVO II Series has been announced by Autel Robotics. Presently only the EVO II in production. We are awaiting an official release date to be finalized and will accept orders and pre-orders for each model then. Click [Get a Quote] to be notified when the EVO II is available, we will contact you to determine which model you are interested in.

EVO II Standard: Starts at $1495
EVO II Professional: Starts at $1795
EVO II Dual: Get a Quote

The EVO II Series features the longest battery life of any foldable drone (up to 40-minutes of flight time) and is the first in the world to offer as an option an 8K camera! With a top speed of 45mph and up to 9km (5.5 mile) video transmission range, you can now go further and faster. EVO II presents an all new sensor and storage package and omnibus-directional obstacle avoidance.

With interchangable camera's, there no longer is a limitation to your aircraft. Standalone camera's will be available separately. These cameras are not hot-swappable and it is not recommended to change these in the field. 

EVO II (Standard)
The only 8K folding drone on the planet, captures content at resolutions up to 8000 x 6000. This resolution allows users to print images over 100-inches wide! Lossless in-camera zoom up to 4x magnification. 1/2-inch CMOS sensor with a 25mm lens having a fixed aperature of 1.8. Supports 8k-25fps, 6K-50fps, 4K-60fps, 2.7-120fps and FHD-120fps. Max image size is 8000 x 6000.

EVO II (Professional)
A 1-inch sensor with 6K resolution camera. Capture stunning detail not previously possible on an aerial platform this size. With an adjustable aperature of f/2.8 – f/11, HDR and intuitive camera controls, this is a perfect drone for mapping or cinematography. 1-inch CMOS sensor with a 28mm lens. Supports 5.5K-60fps, Ultra4K-60fps, 4K-120fps, 2.7-120fps and FHD-120fps. Max image size is 5472 x 3648.

EVO II (Dual)
The dual camera model is a combination 8K camera and a FLIR Bosen thermal camera with zoom capabilities. Two non-radiometric thermal options are available: (1) 640x512 @ 60fps with a 32° horizontal field of view or (2) 320x256 @ 60fps with a 16° horizontal field of view. The 1/2-inch CMOS sensor with a 14mm lens. Supports 4K-30fps, 1080p-30fps and 720p-30fps. Max image size is 8000x6000. When recording in dual simultaneous mode, 720p-30fps is the output. Refresh rate is set to 30-hertz.

The drone has a 9-km (5.59 mile range) and 360° collision avoidance. 12 computer vision sensors controlled by a dual-core processor and AI machine learning makes possible omni-directional protection. Begin detecting potential hazards up to 30 meters away and let the EVO II accurately control the speed of the drone to avoid a collision. Optionally disable obstacle avoidance and use the radar feature to still provide alerts while maintaining full control of the aircraft! This drone has been tested and is capable of flying in Level-8 wind conditions (46-mph)! 

Using the same 12 computer vision sensors, the EVO II can navigate itself in all directions while avoiding obstacles!

EVO II comes standard with a 7100 mAh rechargeable battery. Providing up to 40-min of flight time in forward motion and 35-min at a hover. Patented "battlock system" guards against battery ejection during high-speed maneuvers or hard landings.

This drone is compatible with the LiveDeck system with a simple change of one of the two external antennas. The EVO II drone can broadcast video signal up to 5.5 miles away. The video signal also is broadcasted to the EVO II controller for display on either the onboard 3.3-inch LED screen or to the Autel Explorer mobile application when a mobile device is connected to the controller.

This EVO II (Dual) is an ITAR regulated product that utilizes a non-radiometric Bosen camera. It has a longwave infrared 7.5 µm – 13.5 µm (micrometer) spectral range and a 60 Hz refresh rate, set at 30 Hz.  

Frame rate is the rate at which the infrared detector creates images. For a 9 Hz camera it does so 9 times per second, and for a 60 Hz camera 60 times per seconds. The difference between 9 Hz and 30 Hz is hardly visible, only when you move the camera or the target is moving can you see that the 9 Hz image updated in small steps.


* NOTICE: ITAR stands for the International Traffic in Arms Regulations. The United States through it's regulatory restricts and controls the export of defense and military related technologies to safeguard U.S. national security and further U.S. foreign policy objectives. 22 CFR 120-130. The U.S. government allows thermal cameras with frame rates less that 9 fps to be exported without a license. This is why FLIR offers thermal cameras with "fast video" and "slow video" options. To comply with ITAR, background screening may be required to purchase an EVO II (Dual) product.