Experience Superiority: DJI’s Groundbreaking Dock 2 & Drones Launch

“Easy Operation, Superior Results” – DJI's Promise for Upcoming Drone Innovations

Hey there! Get ready because DJI is about to drop some serious tech that's got everyone buzzing. On March 26, 2024, at 9 am EDT, DJI will release something big for the US market – we're talking about the likely launch of DJI Dock 2, and the DJI Matrice 3D and 3DT drones. This was all unveiled in a rather mysterious teaser on LinkedIn and the DJI Enterprise website, complete with a slogan that's all about “Easy Operation, Superior Results”. And guess what? It looks every bit as cool as it sounds.

Note: used the same teaser image for the Chinese launch of the 2.

DJI Dock 2 Shrouded in ‘Mist-ery'

The teaser gave us a glimpse of the DJI Dock 2, shrouded in a smoky or misty ambiance with those intriguing green LED lights. It's like something out of a sci-fi movie, with a panel that's likely a weather station perched on top. Although the and 3DT drones played hard to get in the teaser, it hinted at their cozy nest inside the dock, ready to spring into action.

If you're wondering about the DJI Dock 2 and Matrice 3DT drones, they're not entirely new to the scene. They made their debut in China late last year and popped up in the FCC database in early February 2024 – a surefire sign that they're hitting the U.S. market real soon.

Now, about the cost? Brace yourself. The DJI Dock 2 might set you back about US$10,000, and that's almost certainly without either of the drones. But considering the leap in we're talking about, it's going to be worth every penny for the tech enthusiasts and professionals out there who need this for repetitive drone missions.

This Morning, Chinese Drone Maker Dji Released The Dji Dock 2, The Dji Matrice 3D, And The Matrice 3Dt. The Dji Dock 2 And Dji Matrice 3D/T Are Only Available In The Chinese Market And, According To Dji's Chinese Website, Will Set You Back $10,000.
November 8, 2023: This morning, Chinese drone maker DJI released the DJI Dock 2, the DJI Matrice 3D, and the Matrice 3DT. The DJI Dock 2 and DJI Matrice 3D/T are only available in the Chinese market and, according to DJI's Chinese website, will set you back $10,000.

A New Era of DJI Drone Technology Beckons

So, what's the big deal? DJI is pushing the boundaries again, blending the allure of cutting-edge technology with the practicality of “Easy Operation, Superior Results”. The DJI Dock 2 and the Matrice 3D and 3DT drones are not just gadgets; they're a peek into the future of drone operations in the U.S. Stay tuned, because March 26 is just around the corner, and it promises to be a game-changer in the world of drones.

DJI Dock 2 and DJI Matrice 3D/t Specifications

Dji Releases Dji Dock 2, Matrice 3Dt, Starting At $10,000
DJI Releases DJI Dock 2, Matrice 3DT, starting at $10,000
Total weight exluding drone34kg
DimensionsHatch cover open: length 1228 mm, width 583 mm, height 412 mmHatch cover closed: length 570 mm, width 583 mm, height 465 mm
Input voltage100V to 240V (AC), 50/60 Hz
Input powerMaximum 1000 watts
Charging output28 volts DC
Charging time20% to 90% in 32 minutes
Working temperature-25°C to 45°C
IP ratingIP55
Drones in use at a single time1
Max wind speed for landing8m/s
Max operating altitude2500 metres
RTK base station frequencyGPS: L1 C/A, L2BeiDou2: B1l, B2l, B3lBeiDou3: B1l, B3lGLONASS: L1, L2Galileo: E1, E5B
RTK base station accuracyHorizontal: 1 cm + 1 ppm (RMS)
Vertical: 2 cm + 1 ppm (RMS)
Image transmissionO3 Enterprise Edition
Image transmission frequency2.4000 GHz to 2.4835 GHz
5.725 GHz to 5.850 GHz
AntennaFour antennas, two transmitters and four receivers, supports intelligent switching
Transmission power
AirconditioningTEC air conditioner at 28 volts DC
Backup battery12Ah, 12-volt lead-acid battery
Backup battery life5 hours
Network connectivity1GB ethernet, 4G
SensorsWind speedRainAmbient temperatureWater immersionCabin temperatureCabin humidity
Security camera2x 1080p 151° camera with . One external and one internal
Lightning protectionAC power: 20 kA protection (rated value), meeting Type 2 of EN 61643-11 and Class II protection level of IEC 61643-1Ethernet: 10 kA protection (total current value), meeting the Category C protection level of EN/IEC 61643-21
Compatible softwareDJI Pilot 2 (with RC Pro Enterprise)DJI FlightHub 2DJI Cloud API
Maximum take-off weight1610g
Dimensions335 mm long, 398 mm wide, 153 mm high (excluding propellers)
Max ascent speed6 m/s (normal mode)
8 m/s (sport mode)
Max descent speed6 m/s (normal mode)
6 m/s (sport mode)
Max flight speedNormal mode, obstacle avoidance turned on: forward flight 15 m/s, backward flight 12 m/s, side flight 10 m/s.Sports mode: forward flight 21 m/s, backward flight 18 m/s, side flight 16 m/s.
Max wind resistanceWind resistance during operation: 12 m/s
Wind resistance during takeoff and landing: 8 m/s
Max take-off altitude2500 metres
Max flight time50 minutes
Max operational range10km

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Haye Kesteloo
Haye Kesteloo

Haye Kesteloo is the Editor in Chief and Founder of DroneXL.co, where he covers all drone-related news, DJI rumors and writes drone reviews, and EVXL.co, for all news related to electric vehicles. He is also a co-host of the PiXL Drone Show on YouTube and other podcast platforms. Haye can be reached at haye @ dronexl.co or @hayekesteloo.

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