DJI unveiled its latest and most portable commercial drone ‘Mavic 2 Enterprise’, a realistic new DJI Flight Simulator, and the official version of DJI Pilot
DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, has expanded its global ecosystem by showcasing new hardware, software and strategic partnerships to help more enterprises embrace the benefits of aerial productivity.
At AirWorks 2018, DJI unveiled the Mavic 2 Enterprise, its latest and most portable commercial drone which features zoom imaging, modular accessories and heightened security features for professionals ready to put drones to work.
The company also launched a realistic new DJI Flight Simulator which helps equip new drone pilots with skills for a new era of work.
DJI also announced the official version of DJI Pilot, its flight control app designed for professional use, and introduced upgrades to its Ground Station Pro (GS Pro) software which helps enterprises manage drone fleets.
Mario Rebello, Vice President and Country Manager of North America at DJI, noted that drones are transforming daily work in industries such as construction, infrastructure, energy and insurance.
He said their new tools will help the growing number of people and enterprises in putting drones to work.
“Hundreds of thousands of professional drone pilots around the world are setting the new standard for aerial productivity, and DJI and our partners are creating the ecosystem to support a future where every enterprise routinely incorporates drones into their operations,” he added.
DJI Partners with leaders to enhance drone ecosystem
Formalizing its ongoing collaboration with DJI, Southern Company announced that it is now a Solution Development Partner.
A leading adopter of drone solutions, Southern Company will help co-develop and test customized solutions for the utilities industry, and will continue to explore ways in which it could expand the use of drone solutions across a wide range of applications from airlifting heavy loads to the top of power poles to routine maintenance inspections.
Meanwhile, Microsoft is developing ways to integrate its Azure IoT, edge computing and AI cloud services and developer tools with DJI drones, to enable a broad range of high-value commercial IoT scenarios.
Propeller Aero launched the Propeller PPK solution, which is a fully integrated software and hardware system that leverages DJI’s Phantom 4 RTK drone.
Kespry has integrated the DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone as part of its stockpile measurement solution for mining and aggregates companies. The solution delivers the unique Kespry autonomous flight and aerial intelligence experience for stockpile measurement using DJI drones.