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.
“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.
Low-light scenarios usually spell disaster for camera sensors. But thanks to the all-new DJI Zenmuse H2ON – the latest addition to DJI’s first hybrid sensor solution. H20N is a payload exclusive for night missions, equipped with double-efficient starlight sensors. We can’t wait to see how M300 users are going to leverage this tool in their public safety and security applications. Let’s get to know H20N better.
Let’s talk about DJI’s Zenmuse H20 Series – DJI’s first hybrid sensor solution. The payloads in the H20 series (DJI Zenmuse H20N and DJI Zenmuse H20T) share multiple similarities but have certain variations too. And the significant difference between them lies in the slight change in the labelling at the end – T or N. T for ‘Thermal’ and N for ‘Night Vision’; this is where the major difference lies, both cost-wise and function-wise. Pricing-wise, the H20N is a bit costlier than its thermal counterpart. Even though these payloads are meant for specific industrial needs, you might have this natural tendency to compare them. ‘What’s the best?’ is a question we can’t help. Don’t worry; this article is for you. Let’s explore DJI Zenmuse H20N v/s H20T; here, we will discuss about the headline innovations, similarities and differences of these incredible payloads in the H20 series.
Drones make operations Safer, Efficient, Accurate, Quick, and way more Cost-effective compared to traditional practices. Drones are becoming increasingly popular in Surveying and Mapping, and this adoption can only be attributed to the huge array of benefits that come along with it. Drones allow you to conduct operations with a fraction of the workforce while improving efficiency and accuracy; moreover, drone-powered surveys and mapping are 75%-80% quicker than terrestrial measurement while giving you high precision and improved safety. For surveying and mapping professionals, LiDAR and Photogrammetry data-capturing techniques have been a part of the process. Now the only question that is troubling almost everyone – from amateurs to experienced drone professionals is – ‘Which one is better – Lidar or Photogrammetry?’ and naturally, the next question is – ‘DJI Zenmuse L1 or DJI Zenmuse P1? So let’s get into this dilemma.
The Telecom industry is an ever-evolving space, and so are the challenges associated with its operations and growth – managing vast, complex and remote infrastructures located in hard-to-reach and dangerous terrain is a real challenge. Amid these obstacles, telecoms need to keep their equipment sound and safe while also ensuring the safety of their inspectors. Wondering “how to effectively tackle these challenges”? Let’s find out how drones address these challenges to make the inspection process safer, faster and more effective. Likewise, this article discusses why DJI M3OO RTK is particularly the best player in Telecom Inspections.
Let’s talk payloads – Drone professional’s favourite photogrammetry tool, the DJI Zenmuse P1.
Did you know that P1 is DJI’s largest image sensor with the highest resolution? The Phantom 4 RTK – the closest competitor, has a 20MP sensor, which is 7.5 times smaller than the DJI Zemuse P1. There are a lot of exciting features to explore on P1, including its full-frame sensor, interchangeable lenses, the Smart Oblique Capture function and more. We hope this article will guide you to make better-informed decisions.
We present you this article owing to the fact that we live in a DIY Era and there is NO better alternative to powerline inspection than a drone powerline inspection! So, how would a typical drone-based powerline inspection looks like? Let’s find out.
Have you ever sighed at the thought of surveying a large parcel of land? In the past, that is usually where drones come into the picture. Drones are just perfect for surveying and mapping— they fly over large areas in minutes to hours, they take pictures or videos from different angles, they keep you from having to traverse the dangerous terrain.
As surveying drones become more and more common with each passing day, let’s ask the question: how important are drones in your surveying and mapping operation?