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DJI Releases Mavic 2 Enterprise

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Today, DJI released a new drone for professionals—the Mavic 2 Enterprise. It offers 24 GB of onboard data storage to support the needs of enterprise users, businesses, governments, educators and other professionals that seek to transform their operations with drone technology.

Read up on Mavic 2 Enterprise specs, features, and pricing in our latest article "DJI Launches New Drone for Enterprise with Modular Accessories and 24 GB of Onboard Data Storage | DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise."

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On 10/29/2018 at 3:56 PM, Isabella | UAV Coach said:

It offers 24 GB of onboard data storage

Wow, a whole 24GBs!!  What will they think of next?!  

I know, I know, a 12MP camera..  Oh-oh and a light!

A drone for which professionals?  

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On 11/16/2018 at 9:13 PM, Av8Chuck said:

A drone for which professionals?  

 

DJI seems to be marketing it as a catch-all, general purpose drone for professionals. In a press release, they describe it as being "designed for businesses, governments, educators and other professionals." Nothing too specific there. However, they may also be hoping that this drone will offer more secure features to appeal to government, security, and public safety professionals in particular. 

The GPS timestamping and Local Data Mode feature which, when activated, will stop the user’s connected mobile device from sending or receiving any data over the internet seem designed with operators of flights involving critical infrastructure, governmental projects, or other sensitive missions in mind. 

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11 hours ago, Isabella | UAV Coach said:

The GPS timestamping and Local Data Mode feature which, when activated, will stop the user’s connected mobile device from sending or receiving any data over the internet seem designed with operators of flights involving critical infrastructure, governmental projects, or other sensitive missions in mind. 

DJI can claim whatever they want in their marketing, none of this matters, it doesn’t change the ban. 

 

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