BAAM Tech releases their new PPK system for the DJI Phantom for $2,500 installed on the Phantom 4.
The system is designed to streamline the mapping process and reduce cost significantly. On top of
eliminating control points the GPS slides in and out of the aircraft and the same unit can be used in
other aircraft, or BAAM Techs own PPK Rover unit to set check points. The rover unit only costs an
additional $750 when using the PPK card from the Phantom. Replacing the need for $40,000 GPS
The GPS is more advanced and reliable than many of the current PPK systems as it has L1/L2, GLONASS
G1/G2, BeiDou B1/B2, Galileo E1/E5b and SBAS constellations. This establishes a link faster, typically
under a minute, and is much less likely to lose its link in turns.
BAAM Tech plans releases for other DJI aircraft including the Inspire, and the X4S gimbal in the coming
The PPK system is also designed to work with any camera equipped with a hot shoe, and BAAM Tech has
integrator plans for aircraft manufactures.
For more information visit www.baam.tech