“Now DJI is too popular,” says one of the investors involved in this round of DJI financing. DJI has recently released the bidding results for the initial round of its new round of financing.
On March 28, DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, released its new PSDK (Payload Software Development Kit) in the U.S. and launched the Zenmuse XT2 thermal camera in partnership with FLIR Systems, a thermal imaging camera company.
On March 8, Foxconn received A-share after a record speed of 36 days of proceedings. As regulators continue to send favorable signals for domestic listing and trading, more unicorn companies are likely to enter A-share.
The Chinese New Year’s Eve Gala was surprising as Chinese AI made an spectacular debut for 40 seconds.
After a chilling 2016, the capital markets became more rational in 2017. The overall trend remains unclear, but investors seem willing to back projects that show clear rewards. This has led to broad heavy investment, creating more unicorns than previous years.
DJI once joked that its only competitor is DJI. That competition continues with its Yu Mavic Air, a new UAV product released last night. Yu Mavic Air is smaller than that last year’s Yu Mavic Pro and a bit larger DJI Xiao Spark. But Yu Mavic Air is more professional and has better specifications.
No more than half a year ago, when DJI Goggles was still under engineering development, its Spark motion model already proved to be impressive with capturing the image from the bird-eye view. Now DJI unexpectedly released the improved version.
On October 12 DJI today announced to release new S35 camera called Zenmuse X7, which is a compact S35 camera for filming with a built-in pan/tilt head. The camera can perfectly suit Inspire 2 with excellent quality, new DL lens mount and lens group as well as new DJI color filming system. According to the…
Outline: Anything linked to cloud computing and AI will be involved with big data. The development of these technologies are undoubtedly where the future is headed towards. On September 8th, the Chairman and CEO of Tencent, Pony Ma, delivered a speech at the Tsinghua University Insight Forum. On the topic of the integration of business…
Local authorities across China began rolling out new drone regulations. Wu Xi, a southeastern city in Jiangsu province and Sichuan already had such regulations. On September 7, Shenzhen’s Legislative Affairs Office followed suit by issuing Management Rules of Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle(UAV) (Briefly, Shenzhen Guidelines) and solicited opinions from the public. Shenzhen is known to…