Geoscan Pollux


Drone Multispectral Camera

Geoscan Pollux – is a first russian digital multispectral camera. Mounted on a special drone and paired with a specific software, it is a comprehensive tool for assessing the condition of agricultural land.

Geoscan team asked us to develop a competitive and functional product design, that is perfectly combined with the Geoscan Gemini drone and at the same time be extremely competitive as a product used in combination with other drones.

ClientGeoscanУслугиИндустриальный дизайнLinkwww.geoscan.aeroYear2020

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Process


Research

Exploring the client brand and analysing the drone on which the camera will be used at Geoscan.
Researching current market of multispectral cameras worldwide, analysing what they have in common, their flaws and strong points.

Концептуальный дизайн

In this specific project internal and external dimensional limits are very strict, so it is crucial to deliver first concepts with 3d models and not only refined sketches, this way engineers can already review the feasibility and not only aesthetics and handling.

We develop 3 design concepts and present them to the client. To emphasize the shape and ease the review for client all concepts are presented in the same neutral colour scheme.
After the review and analysis Geoscan team chooses an optimal design direction with several inspirations from other copcepts and importants insights from collective brainstorms.
With accumulated insights and feedback, we proceed.

Разработка Дизайна

Geoscan team develops electronics for design, conducts engineering development.
We accompany the development of the construction, give recommendations and apply improvements in terms of design.

Prototyping & Testing

Geoscan team produces prototypes, we go through several stages of revisions combined with design refinements till we finalise the shape and all the details.

CMF Design & Graphics

After the shape, ergonomics and physical details of the camera are defined, we switch to the graphics and CMF design, defining multiple elements that lie on surface of the product:
signs and icons on buttons and ports; colours, positions and size of the graphical elements and, of course, colors and finishes of the product itself.

Result


All the project outputs are put in an informative and appealing presentation, that is used by the client as a reference document in communications with the manufacturer.