Last week, DJI tweeted out a cryptic message to hype up an upcoming announcement for their newest drone. Now that announcement is here, and we can all finally say hello to the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced.
We weren’t far off in our prediction of this drone being part of the Mavic line, and its capabilities seem to fit directly into DJI’s lineup of enterprise-level drone capabilities. So let’s break down all this small-yet-mighty drone has to offer.
First and foremost, the M2E Advanced is not for the everyman. DJI’s Enterprise drones are specifically for large-scale industry operations such as land surveying, facade inspection, energy detection and more.
This newest drone fits the mold but ups the ante as it comes with both thermal and visual cameras, 32x digital zoom, and centimeter-level positioning accuracy. But that’s just the start.
The drone comes standard with omnidirectional obstacle sensing, minimizing the risk pilots face on a daily basis. As for the cameras, the visual camera is 48 megapixels, which is 2x better than the minimum requirement for most enterprise level inspections. The thermal camera is no slouch either, boasting a 640 x 512 resolution, 30Hz frame rate, and support for both spot meter and area measurement.
But perhaps the most unique feature for a DJI enterprise level drone is the M2E Advanced’s “Dual Vision” mode, which shows a direct side-by-side capture from both the thermal and visual cameras. It’s been a highly requested feature for thermal inspections, and this addition proves that DJI’s been listening to the pilots most familiar with their technology.
To learn more about the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced, click here.