Why would you get an Enterprise Drone?

Why would you get an Enterprise Drone?

Offer more services to your clients


DJI enterprise allows you to offer more services to your clients as you can capture different data forms. If you have consumer DJI drones you may already be offering Videography and Photography services but with the addition of a DJI Enterprise drone, you can start offering various services depending on the drone you get. 

With a DJI Enterprise drone, you can start offering Mapping, Lidar, Thermal, Search and Rescue Services and more. 

Up your day rate


By offering more specialist services you can charge more to your clients as you can offer them more services. You can also start advertising more services to get more clients

For example, if you had a thermal job request and you didn’t have a drone that was capable of thermal then you would’ve had to turn it down but with an enterprise drone such as the Mavic 3 Thermal or Matrice 30T then you can accept the work. 

Thermal 


The use of drones for thermal imaging dates back to the early 2000s when researchers were looking for ways to detect fires in remote areas. They found that the heat signature of a fire could be picked up using infrared cameras mounted on a small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). This technology is now used extensively around the world for both civilian and military purposes.

Thermal Applications can range from a thermal roof inspections to detect heat loss which helps with properly insulating a house to supporting Search and Rescue teams.

Mapping 


Aerial Drone Mapping is used in multiple industries such as Construction, Land Surveying, Real Estate, Mining, Inspection, Agriculture, Forestry, Emergency Management and more. Aerial mapping can create a 3D Model of the subject which can be used in multiple ways.

What DJI Enterprise Drones do we stock?


DJI Matrice 30 Series - The DJI Matrice 30T and DJI Matrice 30 are DJI’s flagship enterprise drones that harness the power of the Matrice 300 and the powerful payloads that came with it. One of the main benefits of going with the matrice 30 series is that you can work in adverse conditions. These drones are IP55 rates which means you can fly them in rain, this is a major advantage as it means that not much can stop you from flying them. 


The Matrice 30 series features a 12MP wide-angle camera, a 1200m laser range finder and a 48mp zoom camera which features a 200x max zoom. The Difference between the M30 and M30T is the M30T has an integrated thermal camera.

DJI Matrice 300 - The previous benchmark in the commercial drone sector is the DJI Matrice 300 RTK.  The M300 delivers up to 55 minutes of flying duration, cutting-edge AI capabilities, 6-Directional sensing, and more. It is built around contemporary aviation technologies.

The DJI M300 came which multiple payloads which you could purchase separately such as the P1, L1, H20, H20T and H20N. These payloads allow you to do mapping, thermal and much more. 

DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Series - The Mavic 3 Enterprise is the ultimate starting point for mapping. Coming in at £3080 it’s by far the cheapest way to start mapping. It can capture two square kilometres in one flight.

The DJI Mavic 3 Thermal features a thermal sensor but it isn’t recommended to map on. It supports 28x synchronized zoom between the thermal and visual cameras. This makes it easier to compare the images side by side. 

DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced - The Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced includes up to 32x magnification, advanced thermal and optical sensors, and RTK functionality. This is a fantastic addition to DJI's commercial fleet and offers a wealth of new features and improvements to enable it to soar to new heights. With its state-of-the-art thermal and RGB cameras, as well as centimetre-level positioning precision owing to its RTK module, this drone will make challenging and crucial operations a breeze.