DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced Drone
The DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced Drone is loaded with technologies to help first responders enforce the law, discover and rescue victims, and battle fires by leveraging the practical benefits of drone technology. In addition, it can check power equipment, structures, and even the environment in minutes, rather than hours or days. All of this is possible because of the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced’s small size, long-lasting battery, ability to fly missions swiftly, high-tech dual thermal and visual cameras, and a slew of additional capabilities.
Dual Thermal and Visual Cameras
The dual thermal and visual camera is at the heart of the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced’s capability in industrial, governmental, and scientific applications. Not only can these cameras be flown to highly difficult-to-reach areas rapidly, but if the mission is perilous, they are equipped with significant zoom capabilities, including up to 4x lossless and 32x digital zoom on the visual camera and up to 16x zoom on the thermal camera. Temperatures of objects and the surroundings may be reliably estimated and examined with the thermal camera to within 3.6°F.
Dual Vision and Long Transmission
With twin cameras comes the Dual Vision function, which lets you switch between visible and thermal cameras with a single swipe. You may even see the same film with both cameras in split-screen mode. These real-time views from the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced may be safely and conveniently delivered to your remote from up to 6.2 miles away.
While flying near people and in danger, it’s critical that the drone doesn’t exacerbate whatever problems it’s been dispatched to examine. As a result, DJI outfitted the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced with an omnidirectional obstacle avoidance system comprised of sensors embedded into the drone’s chassis and directed in all directions (forward, backward, both sides, above, and below).