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DJI Enhances its Geospatial Data Collection Platform

DJI Enhances its Geospatial Data Collection Platform  WebWire DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, is introducing a series of product updates that streamline existing surveying operations. >> Osmo Pocket vs. Osmo Mobile 2: Which One Should You Buy? Source link Share Tweet Share Pin Email accuracy aerial better capabilities civilian coll…
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DJI and Delair partner up

DJI and Delair partner up  www.miningmagazine.com Collaboration will focus on the compatibility of DJI systems with the delair.ai cloud platform. >> Osmo Pocket vs. Osmo Mobile 2: Which One Should You Buy? Source link Share Tweet Share Pin Email data management Delair dji drones partnership Simulation / Optimisation UAVs Source link

Dubai Police Becomes A DJI Solution Development Partner

Dubai Police Becomes A DJI Solution Development Partner  WebWire DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, announced a Solution Development Partnership with Dubai Police to test and deploy … >> Osmo Pocket vs. Osmo Mobile 2: Which One Should You Buy? Source link Share Tweet Share Pin Email access aerial agency agreement…
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DJI Calls on Drone Pilots to Prepare for Hurricane Dorian

As Hurricane Dorian bears down on Florida, DJI is urging authorized pilots to begin preparations for post-storm operations. For regular DJI pilots, the manufacturer has asked that all FAA guidance is followed, including the requirement to ground aircraft during rescue and recovery operations. As always in the case of emergency efforts, it’s important to ensure…
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What Would it Take to Challenge DJI’s Dominance in the Drone Market?

U.S. Army photo by Angie DePuydt An In-Depth Conversation with Leaders of the Drone Open Source Community Monday, CNN reported that Ellen Lord, the U.S. Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, told reporters that the department was seeking investors to develop U.S. manufactured drones so that the military would not be reliant upon Chinese-manufactured DJI…
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Precision Landing for DJI Drones: New Automation Solution from FlytBase

Automation is key to being able to scale enterprise drone operations – until drones can be utilized without the need for precise flight skills, wide adoption may be slow.  California startup FlytBase is working on the problem: bringing professional grade automation solutions to prosumer drones. The following is a FlytBase press release. California, USA, July…
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What Can We Read into DJI’s Drone Racing Ambitions?

This week the drone industry’s leading manufacturer, DJI, launched an FPV kit for drone racing enthusiasts. One thing to point out first of all is that the kit doesn’t actually include a drone, which may come as a surprise to many. Instead, DJI is essentially making its low latency transmission and camera technology available to…
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DRONELIFE Exlusive: A Frank Talk With DJI on Security Concerns – and Cape Explains Their Move to Skydio

image courtesy Cape.com Drone news headlines have been dramatic lately, as news outlets pick up the story that current versions of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) contain a section prohibiting the purchase of drones made by companies based in “listed” countries – including China – may not be purchased by the military without a…
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Cape Ditches DJI for US-Made Skydio Drones Amid Security Concerns

image courtesy Cape.com Last spring, DRONELIFE had the opportunity to use the game-changing Cape platform for remote operations.  Cape‘s aerial telepresence platform changes the definition of pilot and commander, allowing a subject matter expert to control the drone and gather the data they need in real-time, while a pilot on the ground  – and sophisticated…
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DJI Partner Heliguy Awarded Contract With Major UK Rail Operator

UK-based Heliguy, one of DJI’s largest European enterprise partners and distributors, has been awarded a nationwide contract with Network Rail as part of a drone services framework worth up to £2.6million. Heliguy will supply, maintain, repair and service Network Rail’s drones, as well as delivering training courses to the infrastructure group’s team of in-house pilots.…
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