DJI launches Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced

By on 16 December, 2020

Upgraded Mavic 2 Enterprise receives RTK, improved thermal and optical cameras.

The baby of DJI’s commercial drones has received a range of power-ups, chiefly uprated sensor payloads and an RTK module option.

The optional new RTK positioning unit will offer centimetre-level precision, whilst the new thermal camera gains a 30Hz frame rate and is accurate to +/- 2 degrees C. The Enterprise 2 Advanced’s optical sensor is a 48MP unit with a 1/2″ CMOS sensor.

There are also software upgrades with new inspection and monitoring features: a spot meter to display the average temperature of an object in real time, and an area measurement feature that displays the average, lowest, and highest temperature areas, as well as the corresponding locations of each area.

“We realised that our enterprise customers were often using the Mavic 2 Enterprise for industrial inspections where better accuracy and higher resolutions for thermal and visual sensors were critical features to perform a job well. Thanks to new key upgrades, the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced becomes the ideal drone and must-have tool for these types of complex inspections,” said Christina Zhang, Senior Director, Corporate Strategy & Communication at DJI.

“Inspection professionals will be able to pinpoint defects and anomalies with better detail and perform operations and maintenance more effectively. Lastly, first responders and firefighters will be able to quickly locate victims, identify hot spots, and screen for fire risks to draft targeted rescue plans while keeping personnel safe.”

The RTK module supports NTRIP (Networked Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol), and the new drone cops DJI’s AirSense system with obstacle sensing in six directions, and reception of ADS-B signals from full-sized aircraft.

The Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced will be available in Australia in Q1 2021 from DJI distributors.

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