Introducing the Autel Live Deck
The Autel Robotics Live Deck is a wireless video output accessory for use with the EVO. With a single button you can quickly pair any existing EVO remote control to access multiple video outputs such as HDMI, USB and Ethernet.
Autel Robotics currently introduces the Autel Live Deck for the Autel EVO Drone, the Autel Live Deck 2 for the Autel EVO II V3 Drone, and this post discusses the Autel Live Deck.
Live Deck transmits full 1080p HD video at 60fps up to 7km, allowing you to stream live video from strategic surveillance and command locations.
Live Deck connects to standard TVs, computers (Windows or Mac OS), and compatible iOS and Android devices. A great solution for situational awareness for job sites, rescue operations, commercial video shoots or broadcast productions.
Autel Live Deck Live Demo
Autel drones with HD cameras are great for aerial reconnaissance, commercial video, and lifestyle vlogs, and partnering with Live Deck will tell everyone about the actual situation live.
Filming with a drone allows a wide view of everything around you, while live streaming with Autel Live Deck allows a real-time view of what everyone is filming. For police drones, real-time shared video will be able to accurately visualize the status of each officer on the scene, focusing more on duties and giving command posts something to respond to in a timely manner.
Live Deck Specification:
Battery: 5000mAH Li-po
Range: 4.35 miles with included antennas
Outputs: USB, HDMI, Ethernet
Resolution: 1080p 60fps
Antenna: SMA connector
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