SHENZHEN, China, Dec. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — DJI, the world leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, today unveiled the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced, the new addition to DJI’s commercial fleet for professional missions which adds a plethora of performance upgrades to its predecessor. The DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced has been designed to improve workflows for customers using drones for critical and complex operations. Now, early commercial drone adopters will realize even higher efficiencies with the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced and its cutting-edge thermal and RGB cameras. It also brings centimeter-level positioning accuracy through its RTK module.
“We realized 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.”
Powerful Imaging with Advanced Sensors
Thanks to its advanced dual sensors featuring an HD 640 × 512 px thermal resolution camera and a 48MP visual camera with a 1/2″ CMOS sensor, professionals will be able to make informed decisions by quickly identifying objects on site.
The thermal camera features a 30Hz frame rate and allows ±2°C temperature measurement accuracy. Pilots can switch between visual, thermal, or split-view feeds for different project needs. The Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced can capture HD images and 4K videos from a safe distance. Its high-resolution camera sensors support a 32 x digital zoom and a 16 x thermal zoom, allowing operators to focus on the details that count on aerial inspection missions.