DJI has improve its Matrice 200 Series drones and FlightHub operations management platform.
The Matrice 200 Series V2 brings new and enhanced functions to DJI’s drone designed for business and industrial jobs. The second-generation design retains its all-weather style, easy setup, and simple configuration, however, it upgrades key systems to supply safer, more dependable and more reliable operation.
Improvements include as follows:
- – Reliable Transmission-Equipped with OcuSync 2.0, the drones now support automatic dual frequency band changing between 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz for up to 8 km maximum transmission range, providing trusted, high-resolution and low-latency digital video transmission back to the pilot.
- – Data Security– All information transferred through OcuSync 2.0 is encrypted using the AES-256 standard, ensuring critical objective information is protected and can be accessed just by licensed celebrations.
- – Flight Safety– Designed with Federal Aviation Administration night waiver standards in mind, anti-collision beacons have been added on the top and bottom of the drone to improve flight safety during low-light conditions and in the evening. The drone is also geared up with DJI’s AirSense system, using an ADS-B receiver to offer drone pilots with awareness of approaching air traffic.
- – Flight Performance– Pilots utilizing numerous drone payloads during their operations can calibrate the drone’s brand-new center of mass from the DJI Pilot app.
- – Data Accuracy– A new TimeSync system invariably lines up the flight controller, cameras, GPS module, and RTK module, along with any third-party payloads or onboard devices, fixing the position data to the center of the image frame to attain enhanced information precision.
Integrated, these improvements lay the technical structures for more advanced drone operations states DJI. Combining the anti-collision beacon and enhanced transmission range with its pre-existing DJI AirSense ADS-B receiver system for standard aircraft detection and FlightAutonomy barrier sensing system, the Matrice 200 Series V2 is ready to support beyond visual line of vision operations, the business describes.
Brendan Schulman, vice president of policy and legal affairs at DJI, states, “These innovations will open numerous opportunities for companies and the public to gain from the lifesaving uses of drone innovation, and DJI is proud to assist lead the way for regulators to create clear pathways for operators to receive approval to perform advanced drone operations.”
Operations management with FlightHub Enterprise
DJI FlightHub software allows companies to handle all elements of their industrial drone operations from a single platform. As a Web-based service, FlightHub Basic and Advanced have enabled users to supervise live activities, manage flight information, handle fleets and pilots, and effectively plan activities. The new FlightHub Enterprise has additional functions that offer industrial operators more control over their implementations and data security:
- – Private Cloud Hosting– Organizations can now select to host FlightHub Enterprise within their private cloud or on-premise IT infrastructure, utilizing their existing organizational resources and security procedures, and allowing the ability to build streamlined workflows for their drone fleets.
- – Dedicated DJI Pilot app– Exclusively suitable with FlightHub Enterprise, the brand-new DJI Pilot PE app is a tailored version of DJI’s flight control app developed for users with high information security requirements. By default, DJI Pilot PE will not send any information to public networks and will only connect straight to an organization’s FlightHub Enterprise platform hosted on its personal IT infrastructure.
- – Firmware Management-– Users can centrally manage and deploy drone firmware updates, allowing organizations to license and upgrade drone fleets at their speed, ensuring security compliance and avoiding unpredicted delays throughout essential objectives.
- – Mission Planning– Organizations can arrange and manage drone operations, with the ability to send automated waypoint or mapping objectives to specific pilots.
- – Device Maintenance– Users can track devices used, including airplane and battery usage time, to make sure drone devices is functioning appropriately, and airplane upkeep is carried out on schedule.
Altogether, these updates make FlightHub Enterprise important to a vast array of business and commercial clients using drone technology for increasingly sensitive missions, consisting of large-scale catastrophe reaction operations, public safety operations that require a real-time view of data by a main command for quick decision-making, and passing on details to off-site engineers during evaluations in the energy and telecommunications industries.
” From routine mapping objectives to delicate commercial assessments, organizations worldwide depend on DJI to supply more robust, secure and scalable solutions,” says Jan Gasparic, DJI’s director of strategic partnerships.
“As leading companies have increased their drone fleets into the hundreds and thousands, they have requested much better ways to handle drone operations centrally and are using drones for applications that require more secure and more dependable drone innovation. Our upgraded Matrice 200 Series drones are now better geared up for intricate lifesaving objectives, flights over delicate areas and flights at night, while improvements to DJI FlightHub give organizations more control over their drone fleets and the information they create.”