Revolutionizing the Enterprise Drone Landscape
When it comes to drones, DJI has consistently proven to be a trailblazer. In a fresh twist, leaked photos have surfaced showcasing the brand-new DJI Matrice 3D, creating quite the buzz in the drone community.
Features Galore on new DJI Matrice 3D
As shown in the images from NGDrone, the DJI Matrice 3D, also referred to as the DJI M3D, appears to rival the size of the DJI Mavic 3. However, this newcomer stands out in several ways. Unlike many of its peers, “the legs do not fold.” This makes it a streamlined piece of tech without unnecessary complexities.
The device isn't just about simplicity. It boasts an RTK module, designed explicitly for “precision landing in a new and smaller DJI Dock.” The RTK isn't merely about pinpoint landings; it's an essential tool for drone inspections, surveys, and stockpile monitoring with centimeter-level accuracy.
A closer look at the second image reveals that the DJI Matrice comes with a myriad of mounting options on the top so that various accessories can be attached to the aircraft.
Its versatility shines through when one notices a brand-new thermal camera, reminiscent of the one on the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise drone, combined with two obstacle avoidance sensors.
The DJI Matrice 3D presents itself as a simplified version of the DJI Mavic 3, shedding some features while enhancing others like the RTK and thermal camera. Built for the corporate world, this drone promises to deliver excellence at a competitive price.
With its alignment with the new DJI dock, it's clear: the future of enterprise drones is here, and it's taking flight with the DJI Matrice 3D.
Photos courtesy of NGDrone and Quadro_News.
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