The new Mavic 3 Multispectral Drone is a game-changer for farmers, agricultural workers and environmental scientists. Equipped with a special camera that can see in the near-infrared spectrum, allowing users to see things that they wouldn’t be able to see with the naked eye. The multispectral camera can be used to spot crop stress, identify pest infestations, and track water levels. With this drone, farmers will be able to improve their yields and decrease their costs.
The Drone Centre, the Middle East platform for DJI, the world’s leading producer of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) launches the new DJI Enterprise drone series, the Mavic 3 Enterprise Series. The Mavic 3 Enterprise is DJI’s newest and most compact drone solution, designed specifically for commercial and industrial applications. With a powerful and portable design, the Mavic 3 Enterprise is capable of flying in the most challenging environments and can be used for a wide range of applications such as search and rescue, inspection and surveying, mapping and surveying, and more.
The latest addition to DJI’s Enterprise Drones – the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Series is trending! DJI has introduced the all-new Mavic 3 Enterprise Series – DJI Mavic 3E and DJI Mavic 3T – setting new benchmarks for lightweight, compact and powerful commercial drone operations. These highly streamlined and compact series of drones can be handled with a single hand and can be deployed at a moment’s notice– translating to quicker and better-informed decisions during critical missions. Moreover, the Mavic 3 Enterprise drones come with the latest obstacle-sensing technology, support for network RTK, a full software suite, top-tier data security features to keep your data safe during sensitive flights and significantly more. So apparently, we have a lot to explore about this invaluable addition to your drone fleet. Likewise, we’ll also see how the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Series perform in comparison to the DJI Phantom 4 RTK and the DJI M300 RTK-P1 combo.
Have you ever felt a significant void in the construction sector? A report published by AutoDesk & FMI reported that insufficient project data and miscommunication are the cause of 52% of reworks on construction sites. These reworks translate to severe delays in the process, higher cost, labour, and significantly more. Apparently, comprehensive real-time monitoring is the need of the hour, and right now, drone-powered solutions are the only way to achieve this. Drone solutions can help us in every single step in the construction process – be it mapping the construction plot, construction progress monitoring, asset inspection and more. As per Allied Market Research, the construction drone market is expected to reach nearly $12 billion by 2027. Wondering why? The PwC report states that implementing drones in your construction efforts makes a crucial difference in managing costs, controlling risks, increasing safety and influencing outcomes.
Meet the all-new DJI Zenmuse U10, a gas detection payload that uses a Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS) technology to detect methane gas up to 100 m away. U10 is a culmination of robust visual and laser gas-detection sensors that allow businesses to be cost-effective by resolving multiple jobs simultaneously. Intrigued? Let us learn more about this invaluable addition to your Oil and Gas operations. As this article progresses, we’ll learn how the U10 helps us to perform inspections Safer, Faster, more Efficient, and way more Cost-effective.
A searing flame rising out of a towering structure is one of the most popular imagery connected with oil and gas activities; just look at our thumbnail picture. If you are a professional from the Oil and Gas sector, you would know that it’s a Flare Stack and how crucial it is. Routine flare stack inspections followed by proper maintenance are the ONLY way to ensure your Flare Stacks’ integrity. However, it should be underlined that we cannot use the hazardous, time-consuming, and labor-intensive typical inspection procedures to determine the compatibility of such essential infrastructures. Let’s dig further; here’s an article about the Importance of Flare Stacks in Oil and Gas Operations, and most importantly, advantages of Drone-powered solutions for your Flare Stack Inspections.
The Global Market for drones in the Oil and Gas sector is expected to reach 16.72 billion USD by 2025, with a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 35.24% from 2019. Almost all the major players in the Oil and Gas sectors have completely migrated to drone-powered solutions. For instance, BP, one of the world’s seven oil and gas “supermajors”, is one of the early adopters of drones in their operations. Drones for Oil and Gas sector is a game changer; they make your operations Safer, Faster, Cost-effective and way more Efficient. Are you worried about the pain points in your Oil and Gas operations? Well, DJI manufactures “solutions” rather than products. This article talks about how DJI drones empower you with the right solution against each pain point in your Oil and Gas operations. Hopefully, you’ll get to know it better as the article progresses.
Nothing gets us more excited than a good drone— and we haven’t been this excited in a long time. Enterprise level drones are extremely powerful but logging them around has always been a point of contention. Not anymore, not with the M30 series. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Starting from the top, here are the reasons why we think you should be talking about the DJI M30 series.
“Drones are one of the busiest assets in our organisation,” says Steve Mclinden, Group Manager, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Services. A market survey reveals that DJI dominates the public safety sector, maintaining more than 90% of the market share. DJI is known to be the first responder to people’s needs. In the first-ever DJI product launch in the Middle East, Jony Ji, DJI Enterprise Sales Manager for the Middle East region, reiterated how DJI enterprise drones are designed upon the invaluable inputs from drone experts and enthusiasts.
DJI Zenmuse H20T is an incredible payload from the H20 series, and is popularly known for its thermal capabilities. First, let’s get the basics right. The ‘H’ stands for its ‘Hybrid’ nature, ’20’ denotes its 20MP zoom camera and ‘T’ stands for Thermal camera. Well, H20T isn’t just that; what if I say it incorporates the capacities of DJI’s best industrial drone platforms? Let’s explore more about the DJI Zenmuse H20T.