DJI Launches Mavic 2 Enterprise For Commercial Use

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DJI Launches Mavic 2 Enterprise For Commercial Use

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DJI has been innovating in the personal drones and UAV space for a long time and with the latest Mavic 2 drone, they have joined the enterprise space as well. Their new drone, the Mavic 2 Enterprise,  focusses on making drones for commercial purposes which can carry payloads. It can be used for everything from search and rescue to reconnaissance. Their advertisement for the drone shows factory workers employing the drone for equipment inspections, search and rescue to getting an expansive view of your work area.


There are several accessories available for the drone as well. These include an anti-collision beacon, loudspeaker and attachable spotlight. The drone has obstacle sensors that provide safety and helps a pilot manoeuvre difficult airspace with ease. It features password protection to secure data and has GPS time stamping to provide the exact location in case of a search and rescue operation. The loudspeakers enable police or the fire department to announce safety procedures or calm a situation down without having to put the task force at risk. It has an on-board storage of 24 GB which allows it to shoot for a long time. The beacon also makes the drone visible from upto three miles away.

Also Read: DJI’s new Drone The Spark is 50% Smaller Than The Mavic

Mavic 2 Enterprise Specifications

The Mavic 2 Enterprise includes a 12-megapixel camera with 2X optical zoom and 3X digital zoom. It can fly for 31 minutes before it has to land. It has a top speed of 45 miles per hour. The drone is small, lightweight and extremely portable. This makes it easy for commercial purposes. The company will release more accessories in the future but for now it is limited to reconnaissance and search and rescue only. The drone costs $ 1,999 and ships with all three accessories in the box. A “Fly More Kit” is also an optional extra. This includes two batteries, a battery charging hub, a car charger, a USB connector, a soft case, and two propellers for $ 419.

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