There are new models in the DJI Mavic 3 family for professional use and firefighting assistance – Computers
DJI has introduced new drones for its Mavic 3 family, the Enterprise version that the manufacturer calls the definitive standard for this portable commercial equipment. The new Mavic 3 Enterprise line is designed for private enterprise, government use, education and public safety. There are two models in the line, DJI Mavic 3E (Enterprise) and DJI Mavic 3T (Thermal) versions, equipped with the best drone technology for professional use, safe and efficient during daily missions.
The Enterprise version is optimized to be carried in one hand and ready to take off quickly. The manufacturer promises an autonomy of 45 minutes with the same battery charge, noting that they are ideal for longer commercial missions. This version can be used in environmental, wildlife, construction, surveying, energy, public safety, and other situations. The equipment can be used in mapping missions, without the need for control points on the ground.
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The drone is equipped with a 20 MP wide-angle camera, based on a large 4/3 pixel CMOS sensor. Its intelligent mode explores low-light scenes, improving captured images. The 56X hybrid zoom has a focal length that the company says is equivalent to 162mm for 12MP images. And the system uses a mechanical shutter to prevent blurred images while moving, and it’s even possible to shoot in quick 0.7 second intervals.
The Thermal model is designed for special needs during aerial operations, including fires, rescues, inspections and, of course, night missions.. Camera specs are similar to the Enterprise, but adds a thermal vision system with a 61º field of view, 40mm equivalent focal length and 640×512 pixel resolution.
The camera can measure the temperature of specific points and areas, highlighting warnings through a palette of colors to help firefighters find fire spots and make faster decisionss. The thermal camera of this model offers continuous 28X digital zoom in parallel with normal, to facilitate comparisons.
The manufacturer says the drones have maximum control range of 15 km, sending signals with higher stability. I can record 1080p video at 30 FPS. The drones retain DJI’s technology in terms of collision avoidance systems as well as improved navigation to avoid incidents. DJI AirSense technology captures ADS-B signals emitted by traditional aircraft to alert pilots to the presence of air traffic.
The company has created and optimized some of the drone accessories to offer more solutions in professional missions. The new professional remote control RC Pro Enterprise has a screen with 1000 nits of brightness so you can view images in places with strong direct sunlight and has a microphone for communication. The RTK module enables terrain analysis with centimeter precision. And the D-RTK 2 mobile station is an improved GNSS receiver compatible with all major navigation satellite systems, which makes corrections for measurement differences in real time. Its speaker system enables the transmission of voice and text messages, offering greater assistance and efficiency in search and rescue missions.
Finally, new drones have an entire software ecosystem to manage the equipment and its specific features. New drones can be purchased from the DJI online store and from local representatives. Mavic 3E Standard costs 3,199 euros, and Mavic 3T Standard has a value of 4,999 euros.
Remember that DJI launched the Mavic 3 Cine last year, a drone designed for film professionals and video content creators. The top model costs 4,879 euros. The model supports recording in Apple ProRes 422 HQ format and has a 1 TB SSD inside.
DJI opened a new Sky City innovation center in China
The launch of the new drones was accompanied by the unveiling of the company’s new innovation center. DJI Sky City serves as the new headquarters for the company and its creative community. The center consists of two towers of 44 and 40 floors, which are considered a new milestone of sustainability in Shenzhen, China.. Foster + Partners is responsible for construction and design. At 200 meters high, Sky City has proven to be an exemplary milestone in how DJI has matured from an originator of flight technology to a global innovation leader.
The buildings consist of new company offices, a research center and development areas. The architecture of the towers, seen from a distance, it gives the impression that the buildings are floating in the air. The structure also houses the laboratories for testing the flight of unmanned aerial vehicles, which occupy four floors.
Another noteworthy detail in the architecture is that at about 105 meters in height, the towers are connected to each other by a 90-meter aerial bridge. serving as a symbol to show that all DJI departments are connected to achieve a common goal. On the ground floor of the building there is a garden open to the public and a health center.