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Watch the DJI Enterprise Event LIVE with us as the company is expected to announce a new drone for 'Everyday Heroes'

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The DJI Enterprise event is now over, and the drone giant has launched a host of new products – namely the DJI Matrice drone family, consisting of the DJI M30 and DJI M30T, along with the new flagship RC Plus controller and DJI Dock.

It has been rumoured from DroneDJ that DJI is likely to launch a new drone, new controller, and possibly a drone nest. 

The controller showed up in the FCC’s database, giving insight into the RC Plus’ features and specs. Apparently, it was expected that this controller would be announced alongside DJI’s Agras agriculture drones, but it likely won’t now that a new drone has been leaked to be coming out instead. 

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Another leak stated that DJI is working on an “automatic machine nest.” 

How to watch DJI’s enterprise event:

Less than 10 minutes to go until the DJI Enterprise event, I would highly recommend getting a cup of your favourite beverage and sit back and enjoy.  

and the DJI Enterprise Event for 2020 is now LIVE!

DJI are now running a trailer showcasing the use of DJI drones 'For Everyday Heroes'  

We are now hearing from Toby and is giving us and overview of DJI, its products and how the technology has developed. 

Toby is now talking about the matrice 300 with its unique use within the enterprise sector, and that the platform is built for the uses on feedback provided by the heroes that help other in their day-to-day lives.

Todays products are powerful and capable and will help you establish your drone programs 

We are now seeing how inspectors dues to work compared to todays standards - power gird crew need drones that are built strong, poweful and porabtle 

This is a new generation of drone that is able to help crew get closer to the danger without boots leaving the ground.

These new drones are equipped with a laser rangefinder that are able to give you the precise coronadites of object of up to 1,200ft away.

It is IP55 rated, the M30 can be launched in very heavy rainfall, can fly in extreme temperatures from -20 to 50C and fly up to 7000 metres above sea level

and it can achieve a top speed of up to 50MPH!- that is lighting fast for a drone this "big"

when you are airborne you can have smooth video transmission and great control of up to 15km away from your position thanks to is quad-antenna design and 4G connectivity 

Sensors for the drone are the same as the M300 has, 6 directional sensing and positioning, which can detect object up to 36 metres away and bring the M30 to a direct stop.

M30 is now equipped with a improved low-light FPV camera to offer better night performance than the previous model. 

The M30 also features new batteries, TB30 - tow of these batteries can give you 41 minutes of flight time, they are hot-swappable, so you can change in a fresh pair - without having to turn the drone off.

DJI have acknowledged the difficulty of their enterprise drone batteries, so with each purchase of the M30 will be included two batteries along with a briefcase style charging station which can charge up to 4 batteries, 1 pair at a time to 90% in 30 minutes.

It features a high-definition widescreen, to give you more information at the palm of your hands, it feature two removable antennas that can communication with the M30 up to 15km away.

The RC is now IP54 ingress protected and can be used in operating temperatures of -20 to 50C 


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The new software will now present you with the most critical information up front , such as the status of your drone to the right, altitude and geo-location on the top left and also a live feed at a glance. 


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Toby is now talking about a use chase of DJI software "pinpoints" that was used in 2019 for the bushfires to help fire commander and his firefighters seek out localised hot stops, thanks to thermal imaging and relay that information back to them via satellite call.


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Free Public Beta of DJI Flighthub 2 is now operational from today through to 31 October 


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This now becomes a fully automatic drone that is capable of surveillance of an area 7km away from its docking station, that is fully programable by the end user.

DJI take a note out of Apples book with a "one more thing" announcement 


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That now concludes the press event from DJI Enterprise. 

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