The DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise drone is seen in the teaser shot that was published earlier today by the company DJI, which is the biggest drone manufacturer in the world.
The launch of the brand-new commercial drone is scheduled for the 27th of September, 2022 at nine in the morning, Eastern Standard Time.
The manufacturer of the DJI Mavic 3 drone placed the following phrase next to a shot of the drone and captioned it “Rise to the Call.” This may be a sign that this drone is well suited for use by First Responders as they respond to emergency calls.
DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise in more detail
When the brightness of the shot is increased just a tiny bit, further features of the drone will become evident.
To begin, there is no question in anyone’s mind that this is a drone that belongs to the Mavic 3 Series.
Second, we can make out a multi-sensor camera payload, which most likely consists of a zoom lens and a thermal camera.
Here’s the leaked photo from a few weeks ago that shows the multi-sensor camera in greater detail.
We can see a USB-C connector on the top of the drone, which allows for attaching various accessories, such as a Spotlight or a loudspeaker.
There is an LED Beacon attached to the rear of the drone, which serves to boost the drone’s visibility while it is being flown at night or in adverse weather conditions.
According to information obtained from past leaks, DJI is anticipated to release not just a Mavic 3 Enterprise but also a Mavic 3 Enterprise Thermal.
According to @OsitaLV, a trusted source for leaks on DJI products, the next DJI drones may be available in the following configurations:
- Visible light camera + infrared (thermal) sensor + 7x zoom telelens
- 4/3 CMOS sensor-style wide-angle visible light camera + 7x zoom telelens
Last but not least, it would not be surprising if the DJ Mavic 3 Enterprise came equipped with RTK as well.
Share in the comments section below your thoughts on the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise and what you think of it.
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