Marlyn & Navigator - Starter training
Empowering professionals to effortlessly gather geospatial data
Geospatial information is now the driver for business success across many industries and applications. Knowing this at ATMOS, we have developed Marlyn, the VTOL drone surveying solution that will make this process easy and straightforward.
Fly in the Toughest Winds, up to 45km/h
With Marlyn you can take-off, survey, and land comfortably in winds of up to 45km/h (28mph), more than any other survey drone. Modern Surveyors deserve better than just 30km/h wind limits!
Operate From Any 2x2m Area
Take-off like a Helicopter and Fly like an Airplane. With Marlyn you can operate from anywhere and cover up to 150Ha (370 Acres) per flight. No more finding large clear areas for belly landing!
Capture Data Down to 1cm Accuracy
To keep your customers happy, the best survey cameras from Sony and Micasense combine with high-end Septentrio PPK and a market-leading autopilot to give you accuracies as low as 1cm.
EU Engineered and Manufactured
To ensure high-end quality and ethical trade standards we believe in keeping things local. That’s why all of our Marlyns are designed, created, and assembled right here in the Netherlands.
At Atmos we believe in constantly pushing to disrupt the status quo. Therefore the features of Marlyn are at the forefront of technology, such as VTOL, innovative software features, high wind resistance, and advanced sensor fusion.
Marlyn's innovation is what allows our users to constantly push the boundaries of what is previously considered possible. To go further, capture more, and to extract the most value out of each minute of the day.
Sustain the Environment
It is our collective responsibility to preserve the environment. Marlyn aids this by minimising waste of project resources, reducing the number of people and equipment onsite. Marlyn can help your firm reach its sustainability goals.
This course will help you out to operate your Marlyn UAV and Navigator software.
Who this course is for:
- Marlyn Pilots
ATMOS UAV WAS FOUNDED IN 2013
Atmos UAV originated from a university project at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering (TU Delft). The assignment was to design an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) that was able to meet the requirements in the UAV Forge Challenge, an international competition that set out to advance drone technology beyond the state of the art. This included strict design requirements, including vertical take-off, large coverage, ability to make observations on the spot, and all within a limited flight time. The team did extensive research on unmanned helicopters and aircraft, which they eventually combined to take advantage of the best of both worlds for mapping and surveying applications.
Inspired by the practical knowledge gained through this project, encouraged by its success and with the support of the faculty of Aerospace Engineering, the project grew into the fast-growing company it is today.