DJI, a Chinese drone manufacturer, released the Mavic 2 Enterprise on Oct. 29 in Dallas. With inspection and emergency service features, DJI tapped into the professional space.
“With the Mavic 2 Enterprise, DJI has created a drone that makes powerful technology accessible to every enterprise and revolutionizes how they do their work,” said DJI President Roger Luo.
Designed for businesses, governments, educators and other professionals, the Mavic 2 Enterprise is a portable, foldable drone with a zoom camera that can be outfitted with accessories for daily use.
The high-resolution, 12-megapixel camera is stabilized by a three-axis gimbal for stable videos and images. And the zoom technology helps drones to get clear shots even in obscured areas.
Featured accessories include a 2,400-lumen spotlight, a 100-decibel speaker, and a beacon. The spotlight can enhance users’ vision in low-light areas. The speaker enables communications with the ground team in emergency situations with up to 10 custom voice messages. And the flashing strobe indicates the location of the vehicle as to avoid collisions.
DJI said the accessories help move its products “beyond imaging” and “into configurable platforms that enhance aerial productivity.”
The U.S. retail price of a Mavic 2 Enterprise, which includes an aircraft, a remote controller, one battery, all three mountable accessories and a protector case with flight tools, is $1,999.