In addition to air sample bag collections, the Scentroid DR1000 flying laboratory is capable of providing up to five remote chemical sensors to monitor chemical concentration levels. Data from on-board sensors are transmitted to a customer supplied operator’s Android phone to be viewed live and logged. While in flight, every 2 seconds, the drone will record GPS positions, altitude, temperature, humidity, H2S, VOC, SO2, Methane, and any chemical that is being monitored. The data can be used to create a map of the emission plume in real-time.
The Scentroid DR1000 flying laboratory is a complete package that allows one person to fly the drone to take samples from all inaccessible and unreachable locations at the site, while monitoring the exact location of the drone including longitude, latitude, altitude and height via the Scentroid Drone Sampler Application residing on a customer supplied Android phone that is attached to the drone remote control via a supplied mount.