Wingtra is the world's leading VTOL drone producer, headquartered in Switzerland. Since its market entry in early 2017, Wingtra has partnered with more than 80 of the biggest surveying equipment dealers across 50+ countries worldwide.
Based in the heart of Zurich, Switzerland, Wingtra houses 100+ employees, out of which more than 40 focus on R&D. The majority of Wingtra's engineers are graduates of one of the best science universities in the world, ETH Zurich. The same engineers design and assemble drones in-house and form Wingtra's support team, which is based in Europe and the Americas.
Our WingtraOne drone carries best-in-class sensors that collect survey-grade aerial data. This technologically-superior VTOL UAV is used by mapping professionals for applications that range from surveying and mining, to wildlife monitoring. WingtraOne PPK offers an all-in-one solution: broad coverage, brilliant resolution and absolute accuracy down to 1 cm (0.4 in).
Wingtra Lands $22M Funding Round as Their Commercial Drones Take Off to New Heights
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