Monthly Archives: March 2020
Disinfecting Public Spaces with Drones
Together with agricultural technology think tanks, DJI has been working to fight the disease. On February 4, we pledged almost US $1.5 million in aid to help contain the outbreak. We have also adapted our Agras series of agricultural spraying drones to spray disinfectant in potentially affected areas. Drones can dramatically improve how China attempts to kill the virus in public areas: They can cover far more ground than traditional methods, while reducing risk to workers who would otherwise spend more time potentially exposed to both the virus and the disinfectant.
According to the United Arab Emirates’ national aviation authority, the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), flying a drone is legal in the United Arab Emirates, but we recommend being aware of and compliant with the drone regulations listed below before doing so.
If you’d like to contact the GCAA directly before you travel with any questions you might have, here is their contact information: email@example.com / +97 142 111 710 / 142 111 526
Role of GCAA
General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) regulates civil aviation and provides designated aviation services while observing the safety regulations. It aims to strengthen the aviation industry in the UAE and its upper space.
Mavic Mini is DJI’s lightest and most portable drone to date. Weighing in at just 249 grams and boasting a 30-minute maximum flight time, Mavic Mini is the perfect drone for anyone looking to take their creativity to the skies.
In the Box:
Mavic Mini comes with everything you need to get airborne in no time! Inside the box, you will find the following items:
Item Mavic Mini Mavic Mini Fly More Combo Mavic Mini ×1 ×1 Remote Controller ×1 ×1 Intelligent Flight Battery ×1 ×3
The DJI Mavic series offers exciting features and fun flying modes for both beginners and experienced drone pilots. This article features a quick comparison of the drones and helps you choose the best one for your adventures.
Check out this table for a key features comparison at first:
DJI’s Mavic 2 is finally here! The new Mavic 2 comes in two editions – the Mavic 2 Pro and the Mavic 2 Zoom. You can check out our Mavic 2 in-depth comparison article to find out their differences. However, a lot of you might be more curious about what the difference is between the Mavic 2 series and Mavic Pro. To answer this question, we summed up the main differences between the Mavic 2 series and the Mavic Pro.
Mavic 2 Series VS Mavic Pro Overview
Let’s first look at the table. It shows the differences between Mavic 2 series and Mavic Pro.
The Mavic 2 is finally out! With superb camera performance, the newest generation of the Mavic provides countless opportunities for photographers to create their perfect shot. But there might be some questions about these new DJI drones that need to be answered. This article sums up a couple of common questions that may help you learn more about the Mavic 2.
Let’s get straight into it:
1. What is the difference between the Mavic 2 Zoom and the Mavic 2 Pro?
The main difference is their cameras.
The Mavic 2 Pro’s camera, designed in collaboration wit
The new Mavic 2 series comes in two versions: the Mavic 2 Pro and the Mavic 2 Zoom. Both of them are fantastic drones and choosing between them might not be easy. Let’s see whether the Pro or the Zoom best fits your needs!
What’s the same?
Let’s make it clear from the very beginning. The flight performance is the same on both the Pro and Zoom versions of the DJI Mavic 2. With a maximum speed of 72 kph or approx. 48 mph, they can both fly for up to 31 minutes. Additionally, they can both shoot 4K videos at a bit rate of 100 Mbps. They also share similar intelligent features, like Hyperlapse and ActiveTrack 2.0. Both models contain huge improvements compared to the Mavic Pro, and you can learn about them here.
Mavic 2 Pro VS Mavic 2 Zoom: The Differences