Gremsy now offers a two-axis version of its T3V3 drone gimbal
Gimbal manufacturer Gremsy says it has developed a two-axis version of its popular T3V3 drone camera stabilizer, following demand from enterprise users. The new two-axis T3V3 gimbal offers unrestricted top-to-bottom visibility for applications such as land surveying, 2D and 3D LiDAR mapping, and aerial inspection of assets and infrastructure such as wind turbines, power lines, and bridges.
Gremsy points out that while a three-axis drone gimbal offers an extra level of stabilization, it might not necessarily be superior to a two-axis gimbal for specific industrial missions.
For example, when it comes to bridge inspection, accessing the underside of a bridge could be a major obstacle. In this case, a drone equipped with a front-mounted two-axis gimbal can be used to obtain an unobstructed view from top to bottom. Since inspectors will be able to see beneath and beside the spans, they can gather valuable visual data on these crucial areas of a bridge.