The new DJI M30 Enterprise is ready to take off in “heavy rain, high winds, high altitudes, even in icy and snowy conditions from -20° C to 50° C,” announced the company. The DJI M30 is also more portable than any of DJI’s industrial drones. Its foldable integrated lightweight design makes it easy to unfold, store and carry even in a backpack. In addition, unlike the company’s other industrial drones, the M30 comes with self-locking arms that snap into place with a button.
The DJI M30 delivers a maximum of 41-minute flight time and allows you to take advantage of its compact size with its robotic drone-in-a-box solution. Also, it offers a fully remote fleet management system and an autonomous docking and recharging station.
The DJI Dock has its own built-in weather station, surveillance cameras, antennas, 25-minute automatic fast battery charging, and can support drone missions up to 4.3 miles.
According to DJI, there are two models of the M30: the M30 and the M30T. The M30 model integrates a 48 megapixel 1/2’’ CMOS sensor zoom camera with 5×~16× optical and 200× digital zoom, a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera, 8k photo 4K/30 fps video resolution, and a laser rangefinder which can give the precise coordinates of objects up to 1,200 meters away. The M30T features an additional 640×512 px radiometric thermal camera.
The DJI M30 provides an improved first-person view pilot camera for low-light conditions with built-in redundancies and backup systems, three-propeller emergency landing, a Health Management System, and six-way obstacle avoidance sensors. Also, its four-antenna OcuSync 3 Enterprise transmission ensures robust redundancy and supports LTE link backup.