DJI Release A New Solution For Commercial Drones

DJI Release A New Solution For Commercial Drones

A New Generation of Commercial Drones - Matrice 30 / Matrice 30T

The Matrice 30 / Matrice 30T is the latest Drone in DJI’s Enterprise series. These drones were launched alongside the DJI Dock and the DJI RC Plus. These drones are a New Generation of DJI’s Commercial Drones. The Matrice 30 and Matrice 30T come with foldable arms like the Mavic 3 and they are a smaller, more portable size.

The body of the DJI Matrice 30 looks like a mix of the DJI Mavic 3 and the DJI Matrice 300. The DJI M30 is designed to be a more compact version of the M300 however it has as many, if not more features as the Matrice 300.

DJI M30/M30T Specs

  • Zoom camera with a 48 MP 1/2" CMOS sensor (5/16 optical and 200 digital).

  • Wide-angle 12 MP camera

  • Adjustable legs

  • 8K images

  • Video in 4K/30 FPS

  • Up to 1,200 metres away, a laser range finder with precision

  • Radiometric thermal camera, resolution 640x512 (M30T only)

  • IP55 ingress defence (With the cover closed properly)

  • Operating conditions between -4 and 122 °F (-20 to -50 Celsius)

  • First Person View camera

  • OcuSync 3 Transmission

  • D-RTK 2 Mobile station support

  • Flight time of 41 minutes

  • (400 cycles, 20% to 90% in 30 minutes) Dual TB30 batteries

  • Take-off weight of 8.16 lbs (3.7 kg)

What’s the difference between the DJI M30 and M30T?

The difference between the M30 and M30T is that the M30T comes with the same three sensors as the M30 but adds another one, a thermal camera.

Why do you need a DJI M30?

There are a variety of reasons why we think you might require an M30 or M30T. The RC Plus Controller is a standard feature of the M30. The new flagship enterprise controller has a seven-inch display, six quick-action buttons, an internal battery, and a removable battery. The IP54-rated RC Plus will have a 6-hour battery life. The M30 will replace the M300 as the new industry standard because it is more portable and technologically advanced. Additionally, the M30 outperforms the M300 because it has IP55 vs. IP45. As a result, the M30 has a competitive edge because it may be used in wet, slippery, or snowy circumstances. Since we can't predict when rescue missions might occur, this is a need.

In addition, the DJI M30 has an upgraded first-person view pilot camera for low-light circumstances, built-in redundancies and backup systems, a three-propeller emergency landing, a Health Management System, and six-way object avoidance sensors, allowing the pilot to focus on the task.

In the face of difficult terrain and working conditions, its four-antenna OcuSync 3 Enterprise transmission offers robust redundancy and supports LTE link backup.

“With the DJI Matrice 30 drone's exceptional performance, portability, and ease of use as well as its seamless integration with the DJI FlightHub 2 Fleet Management Cloud Software and DJI Dock, DJI is paving the way for the future for our Enterprise customers, who will be able to access autonomous solutions and, with the necessary legal authorisations, fly beyond visual line of sight. With a 360-degree product solution suite for a variety of fields including energy inspection, emergency rescue missions, environmental protection, and the digitisation and preservation of cultural heritage, we are proud to deliver the next generation of aerial tools that will save lives and take work to new heights.”

Christina Zhang, senior director of corporate strategy at DJI