Commercial Drone Packages

Drones have already taken over the film and photography industries and are now making huge strides in the commercial sector, including in industries such as agriculture, construction, energy, and more. Today drones are being seen as more than just an aerial imaging system, and are now poised to take over the enterprise sector by becoming an integral way in which various industries collect data, and provide services. Below we have put together our recommendations on which packages would work best to accomplish any demanding task at hand, depending on what task needs to be accomplished in each individual enterprise.

drones for infrastructure


Mapping - Surveying - Transportation - Mining

Accuracy, safety, and planning are all things growing cities require to grow the economy and transform into booming metropolises. Most towns and cities are built on old infrastructure that require regular inspections to maintain their safety and efficiency. With a drone, users can create photogrammetry apps that allow users to observe extremely accurate positioning and surface points from aerial data collected by a drone. When the data collected is then processed through a customized software users can create precise 3D maps and orthomosaics as well as 3D models to better plan and assess infrastructure and helps operators evaluate the exact needs of the areas they are analyzing. Drones can additionally be used to monitor traffic flow to help researchers better plan traffic infrastructure, minimize potential congestion and reduce the risk of accidents.

The Phantom 4 Pro RTK Compact RTK Mapping Package is based on the Phantom 4 RTK aircraft. Powered by DJI D-RTK2 GNSS system, the Phantom 4 RTK offers ultra-precise positioning for visual mapping with centimeter level accuracy. The RTK module is built into the aircraft body and the position data is embedded into the metadata of each image that is shot by the Phantom 4 RTK camera. The RTK system on the Phantom 4 is also capable of NTRIP using a 4G LTE connection or a WiFi hotspot or even Post Processed Kinematics (PPK) which is why the Phantom 4 RTK can fit into most workflows perfectly. The 1-inch high-resolution image sensor combined with the mechanical shutter on the Phantom 4 RTK camera provides high quality, distortion-free imagery suitable for most visual mapping applications.

The Matrice 200 series is a professional platform designed specifically for enterprise use. The series includes three versions including the M200, M210, and M210 RTK to cater to the needs of any operation. In addition, the Matrice 200 series features IP43 classification for resistance to dust and rain, an onboard FPV camera, fold-down design, 7 km range, and up to 35 minutes of flight time. Its powerful, durable design and state-of-the-art functionality make it the perfect ideal platform to carry out any demanding task. The Matrice 210 Precision Mapping Kit is based on the DJI Matrice 210 RTK for ultra-precise positioning. This accuracy in positioning of the aircraft translates to higher precision in the maps built using the Zenmuse X5S. Since the Matrice 210 RTK does not rely on a barometric altitude sensor, the data collected is highly accurate.

drones for agriculture

Agriculture & Forestry
Crop Consulting - Irrigation Management - Crop Inspection - Spraying

The agriculture industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the drone industry, as operators discover the immense capabilities drones have to improve crop yields, and monitor conditions. With the right equipment on hand a drone in the air users can perform inspections that were previously done either on foot or via a manned aircraft, that would take up large amounts of time and resources. With a multispectral or infrared camera, a drone can help operators and farmers better understand the condition of their crops. With the data and imagery collected by a drone, users can discover soil variations, irrigation problems, and infestations not apparent to the naked eye, ultimately preventing crop failure and optimizing yields.

The Agras MG1S incorporates DJI's cutting edge technology and the A3 Flight Controller, for reliability and durability in the air. The drone's spraying system and flow sensor ensure precise and accurate operations and when used with the DJI Agriculture Management Platform and the MG Intelligent Operation Planning System, users can easily manage their flights, monitor operations and plan flights. On the other hand, the DJI Smarter Farming Package is a great choice for farmers as it enables users to analyze plant health, canopy cover, assess plant height, field performance, and more. The Matrice 100 is a fully customizable open system, which can also be equipped with a dual battery system for an extended flight time, and extra sensors to customize the drone to the exact needs of the user.

drones for first response

First Response
Search & Rescue - Firefighting - Disaster Response - Law Enforcement

Drone technology offers emergency responders a reliable and efficient way to observe and analyze ground operations from the skies like never before, enabling crews to increase the efficiency and safety of missions while keeping workers safe and saving resources. With the right aerial system for the job, a drone can provide crews with an aerial advantage to better react and respond to emergency situations. With a drone in the air, first responders can view previously hard to view areas. With an infrared camera, operators can detect heat signatures to quickly identify victims or map out areas of interest. A thermal camera can additionally be utilized as a night vision tool, to keep the mission running once the sun sets, or easily look through thick tree canopy. From law enforcement to search and rescue, firefighting, and more, a drone can create 3D models, monitor locations, and spot victims, the potential for drone technology to assist first responders will only continue to reach new heights. When it comes to the sector of public safety, every second counts.

The Mavic 2 Enterprise Basic First Response Kit provides a highly portable, compact, foldable platform that only weighs 905 grams making deployment convenient. 2X Optical zoom and 3X digital zoom capable camera to carry out close-range missions without having to get too close to the subject. Modular accessories namely the speaker, spotlight and beacon provide first responders with useful tools to aid rescue efforts. The speaker allows operators to relay audio messages to the distressed, the spotlight helps light up areas in the dark and the beacon helps other nearby operators or aircraft detect the presence of the Mavic 2 in their vicinity. The Mavic 2 Enterprise features self-heating batteries that allow operation in sub-zero temperatures. Onboard 24GB data that is also encrypted provides convenient, safe data storage without the need of additional accessories. Omni-directional obstacle avoidance helps pilots to fly around obstacles in any environment.

The Matrice 210 Advanced First Response Kit is the ultimate First Response Package. The Matrice 210 has flexible gimbal camera mounting options along with the option to have two cameras live at the same time which is crucial for SAR applications. The Advanced First Responder Kit includes the Zenmuse XT2 thermal+visual combined camera along with the Zenmuse Z30 hyper zoom camera. The XT2 camera has an IP44 rating for ingress protection making it dust and water resistant and has features like MSX, HeatTrack, Temperature Alarm, etc that are specifically designed keeping Search And Rescue in mind. The HeatTrack feature allows the operator to track heat signatures in the area viewed through the camera. The Zenmuse Z30 supports 30x optical zoom 6x digital zoom that allows the operator to inspect a certain area up close without having to fly the aircraft close to the subject.

drones for film and media

Film and Media
Cinematography - Journalism - Wedding Photography

Thanks to the technological advancements of drone technology, filmmakers can capture stunning aerial imagery from a brand new perspective, whether they are a big Hollywood production or a small independent film crew. With their maneuverability in the air, drones can capture innovative and creative shots at the fraction of the cost and time spent using cranes or helicopters and push the creative boundaries of traditional filmmaking.

The Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 is a powerful ready-to-fly drone that's highlight is its 4K 20-megapixel camera with a 1-inch sensor so that any operator can capture high-quality aerial footage whether they a large production or a small independent film crew. The Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 additionally features a 360-obstacle avoidance system for added safety value, especially if flown in enclosed, indoor spaces such as production sets.

The DJI Inspire 2 when combined with the Zenmuse X7 provides the absolute best in aerial imaging sporting a Super-35 sensor capable of CinemaDNG and ProRes RAW video at resolutions up to 6K. With Prime Lenses supporting focal length options from 16mm all the way to 50mm, the X7 is versatile for any kind of shooting. The video capabilities of the Inspire 2 when combined with the X7 are unparalleled and help cinematographers and filmmakers create stunning, cinema-grade visuals. Multi-operator setup allows for one operator to control the aircraft and another operator controlling the camera movements.

drones for energy sector

Solar - Wind - Oil & Gas - Power Lines - Nuclear

Energy enterprises including solar, oil and gas, wind and more, rely on inspections to maintain essential safety standards to optimally power the world, but regular inspections can be costly and time-consuming to carry out. With a drone flying over any operation, users can observe quickly and easily assess damage to equipment including wind turbines and solar panels to prevent potential problems from growing before its too late. With a drone in the air, operators can perform surveys and inspections to collect data and create elevation models, 3D maps, orthomosaics and more.

Infrared thermal imaging is incredibly useful for inspections in the energy industry. Inspections of power lines, transformers, solar panels, wind turbines, oil and gas pipelines are just a few of the many applications that drones can serve in the energy industry. Organizations can benefit immensely from the ease of use that these systems provide for collecting useful, precise data to assess integrity as well as to ensure proper operation. The Matrice 200 Energy Kit is based on the DJI Matrice 200 and includes the Zenmuse X5S camera for visual inspection and the Panasonic Lumix 14-42mm/3.5-5.6 HD Lens for 3x optical zoom and the Zenmuse XT 336 thermal imaging unit to carry out thermal inspections. The 3x optical zoom allows for zooming in to capture more detail without losing image resolution. The thermal imaging unit is very useful in detecting hot spots and to find heat leakages. The cameras can be easily swapped out thanks to the quick release gimbal mount on the Matrice 200.

The Matrice 210 RTK Advanced Inspection Kit is based on the DJI Matrice 210 RTK and includes the Zenmuse Z30 hyperzoom camera for visual inspection that allows operators to zoom-in up close (upto 30x Optical 6x digital) and capture critical details without having to fly too close. The Zenmuse XT2 features an IP44 rating for ingress protection making it dust and water resistant and has features like MSX, HeatTrack, Temperature Alarm, etc that are useful for thermal inspections. The included upward gimbal mount allows for an upward facing camera to fly under a structure to inspect the underside, and the dual downward gimbal mount lets the user mount allows the Z30 as well as the XT2 to be used simultaneously. The thermal imaging unit is useful in detecting hot spots and to find heat leakages. The cameras can be easily swapped out thanks to the quick release gimbal mounts on the Matrice 200 series.

drones for construction

Real Estate - Site Mapping - Building Inspection

Construction sites all around the world need regular inspections and surveys to observe an operations progress and ensure that safety standards are being upheld in the process. With drone technology, users can now quickly and easily perform efficient inspections that save on resources and keep employees out of harm's way and potentially dangerous situations. With the visual data collected with a drone, researchers and developers can create orthomosaics, gather volumetric measurements, create 2D and 3D maps, and collect elevation data to better plan and develop projects.

The Matrice 200 Basic Inspection Kit is based on the DJI Matrice 200 and includes the Zenmuse X5S camera for visual inspection and the Panasonic Lumix 14-42mm/3.5-5.6 HD Lens for 3x optical zoom and the Zenmuse XT 336 thermal imaging unit to carry out thermal inspections. The 3x optical zoom allows for zooming in to capture more detail without losing image resolition. The thermal imaging unit is very useful in detecting hot spots and to find heat leakages from buildings. The cameras can be easily swapped out thanks to the quick release gimbal mount on the Matrice 200.

The Matrice 210 Advanced Inspection Kit provides state of the art tools for carrying out inspections. The Zenmuse Z30 is a precision 3-axis gimbal stabilized camera that features 30x optical zoom which enables the inspector to observe the subject closely without having to fly too close to the subject in high detail. DJI Matrice 210's ability to be equipped with either to bottom facing cameras or one upward and downward facing camera, users have a never before possible way to inspect everything from buildings to the underside of bridges to improve safety and better observe progress. The Zenmuse XT2 640 Radiometric allows for high resolution thermal imaging with radiometric features enabling the inspecting team to measure temperatures. The XT2 also supports MSX which adds a lot more detail to the thermal imagery by using information from the visual sensor and combining the two images. Additionally, the temperature alarm feature lets the user detect a hotspot over a set threshold via an audible warning. The additional remote controller lets the inspecting team split the task of flying the aircraft and operating the payload between two operators for more efficiency and accuracy.