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DJI Unveils Mavic 3 Enterprise Series Drones

After many successes in the consumer drone market, DJI has set its sights on the huge potential market of industrial applications. On September 27, 2022, DJI officially announced the drone "Mavic 3 Enterprise Series".

DJI officially states that the Mavic 3 industrial series is the smallest industrial drone DJI has released. The Mavic 3E is priced around USD 2800 and the Mavic 3T is priced around USD 3800.

The Mavic 3 Enterprise series (Mavic 3E, Mavic 3T) redefines the industry standard for small commercial drones. The Mavic 3E is equipped with a mechanical shutter, a camera with 56x zoom, and an RTK module that achieves centimeter-level positioning accuracy, taking mapping and other tasks to new heights. Equipped with a thermal camera, the Mavic 3T is useful in firefighting, search and rescue operations, inspections, night operations, and more.

The Mavic 3 Enterprise series is compact and one-handed, ready to unfold and get to work. It performs flawlessly even on time-consuming missions, making it the perfect commercial drone for beginners and experienced pilots alike.

Equipped with wide-angle lenses on all sides, it realizes omnidirectional obstacle detection without blind spots. Adjust approach alerts and braking distances to meet mission-specific requirements. The built-in wide-angle camera (20MP) has a mechanical shutter that prevents the occurrence of motion blur, and supports continuous shooting at 0.7 second intervals. Get your mapping job done with great efficiency.

The thermal camera on the Mavic 3T has a resolution of 640 x 512 pixels, supports two types of temperature measurement methods: spot and area measurements, and is equipped with functions such as high temperature alerts, color palettes, isotherms, etc., and targets It plays an active part in the search of the target and the scene where prompt decision is required.

With a flight time of up to 45 minutes, each mission can cover a larger area and can cover up to 2 square kilometers in a single flight.

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