Today, a drone in the air can be used as much more than just a tool for aerial video and photography. With modern technology, a drone can now accomplish more than ever before possible, from saving lives to creating 3D maps and models used to plan the cities of tomorrow.
In the last few years, drone technology has been increasingly integrated into the daily operations of commercial and government workers around the world. As they become more widely used, drone giant DJI has begun to develop and expand their Enterprise line up of drone systems to give pilots more affordable and user-friendly options like the recently released commercially focused drone series named the DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise. The Mavic 2 Enterprise series was specifically designed for users in the commercial and government sector seeking an all-in-one drone solution for applications in public safety, search and rescue, fire response, inspection, law enforcement. Built on the Mavic 2 flight platform, the Mavic 2 Enterprise series features an extended port to mount DJI modular accessories, 24 GB of onboard storage, self-heating batteries, DJI Airsense, self-heating batteries, and is compatible with the DJI Pilot mobile app.