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Drone Delivery Market has a Game Changing Moment, DJI is Stepping In! DJI Flycart 30 is Officially Launched

Updated: Feb 1

DJI Flycart 30

Delivery is a vital service that connects people and businesses across the world. However, traditional delivery methods face many challenges, such as traffic congestion, high costs, environmental impact, and limited accessibility. That’s why DJI has introduced the DJI Flycart 30, a revolutionary aerial delivery drone that can overcome these obstacles and provide a safe, efficient, and economical air transport solution.

  • It features two delivery modes: cargo/container and crane/winch.

  • With two batteries, the new drone can carry a maximum load of 30 kg for a distance of 16 km.

  • The DJI FlyCart 30 is an innovative and exciting development in the drone delivery industry.

After its debut in China last year, the DJI FlyCart 30 delivery drone is now available everywhere, including the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.



The DJI Flycart 30 is not only a delivery drone, but also a smart and intelligent one. It has a DeliveryHub software that allows users to plan, execute, manage, and monitor delivery missions with ease. Users can set up delivery routes, assign tasks, track progress, and view real-time data and video feeds. The software also integrates with third-party platforms, such as e-commerce, logistics, or emergency services, to enable seamless collaboration and coordination.


With the DJI Flycart 30, delivery is no longer restricted by physical geography or logistical limitations. It can reach remote areas, such as mountains, islands, or deserts, where conventional delivery vehicles cannot access. It can also perform urgent tasks, such as delivering medical supplies, rescue equipment, or humanitarian aid, where speed and safety are critical. It can also reduce the carbon footprint and noise pollution of delivery, by using electric power and flying at low altitudes.


Features of the DJI FlyCart 30 :


The DJI FlyCart 30 is a new aerial delivery drone that can carry up to 30 kg of payload over 16 km with dual batteries, or 40 kg over 8 km with a single battery. It has a coaxial four-axis, eight-blade, multi-rotor configuration with carbon fiber propellers and a maximum flight speed of 20 m/s. It also has a foldable design for easy transport in a standard-sized vehicle.


Some of the key features of the DJI FlyCart 30 are:

DJI FlyCart 30
DJI FlyCart 30

  • It supports two payload configurations: cargo mode and winch mode, to meet different delivery needs.

  • It has a built-in dual active phased array radar and binocular vision system for all-weather multi directional intelligent obstacle sensing.

  • It has a built-in ADS-B signal receiver for timely warnings of nearby crewed aircraft.

  • It has a built-in parachute for emergencies, ensuring a stable landing and protecting people and property.

  • It has a DJI O3 transmission system that ensures a stable connection up to 20 km.

  • It has a dual operator mode that allows control transfer between two pilots in different locations.

  • It has a self-heating battery system for optimal performance in low temperatures.

  • It has a standard propeller system that is optimized for altitudes from 0-6,000 m and supports flight up to 3,000 m with a 30 kg payload.


The DJI FlyCart 30 is designed to enhance efficiency and flexibility in delivery operations, including mountain, offshore, and emergency rescue transportation. It is set to become a trusted solution for industries worldwide


Additional important characteristics are as follows:


Heavy load: maximum carrying weight of 40 kg (single battery); maximum carrying weight of 30 kg (dual batteries).


Extended Range: Up to 28 km with no weight and two batteries; up to 16 km with a 30-kg load and two batteries. 18 minutes is the maximum flight time while using two batteries and a 30 kg load.


All-weather Operations: IP55 weather protection; -20°C to 45°C working environment temperature; 12m/s maximum wind-speed resistance.

Robust Signal: The DJI FlyCart 30 has a DJI O3 image transmission system, which allows for an image transmission range of up to 20 km (FCC) or 8 km (CE). Operators stand to gain from improved image transmission with 4G as well.


Improved safety features: include twin radar, an integrated ADS-B signal receiver, a built-in parachute, flight redundancy, and multidirectional, all-weather, intelligent obstacle avoidance during flight.


DJI Delivery Hub: One-stop airborne cloud platform. Plan equipment jobs efficiently, manage team resources centrally, fully regulate operation dynamics, and statistically analyze multi-dimensional data.


PSDK Development: By enabling third-party integration, such as spotlights and loudspeakers, the DJI FlyCart 30 facilitates PSDK development.


Advantages of Delivery Drones:

Delivery with drones has numerous advantages. Among them are:


Improved logistics: When carriers are arranging routes to get from a warehouse to a customer, it can be difficult for traditional vehicles, like vans, to stay on the highways during deliveries. Drone deliveries make the logistics of the operation significantly more efficient because they are made in a direct line from the sorting center to the package's destination.


Speed: Compared to traditional delivery techniques, drone deliveries are significantly faster because they are effectively a direct-to-customer airmail option.

Less Traffic: The bulk of consumer deliveries weigh less than five pounds, which makes them perfect for drone technology, according to Amazon, which has been testing delivery drones. Right now, delivery cars are becoming overcrowded with all of those products. There would be less need for delivery trucks to be on the road at once if drone deliveries could handle all of those lightweight products.


Cost: Although drone technology may have a high initial cost, over time it will become more cost-effective because drone deliveries require significantly less labor.


Environmentally friendly: Since most drones are powered by electricity, they are quite eco-friendly. Carbon emissions would also decrease as there would be fewer delivery trucks on the road.


What Applications Do Delivery Drones Have?

There are several possible applications for delivery drones in a variety of industries.


E-commerce and retail: Drone deliveries have the potential to completely transform how goods are transported and delivered to consumers. They can shorten the time it takes for customers to get their purchases by enabling faster and more effective delivery of online orders.


Medical Supplies: Drone deliveries can be utilized to carry medical supplies and equipment, including vaccines, prescription drugs, and even organs up for transplant. Drones can be used to transfer this vital and perhaps life-saving cargo between hospital locations and medical facilities, as well as to remote or disaster-affected areas where prompt delivery is essential.


Disaster Relief: Drones are able to rapidly provide vital supplies, such as food, water, and medical assistance, to places devastated by natural catastrophes that may be challenging to reach by conventional means.


Remote Areas: Drones are capable of delivering items to isolated areas, such as rural settlements or areas with poor road systems. Delivering basics like food, medication, and other essentials is especially helpful in this regard.


Food Delivery: A few businesses are investigating the use of drones to transport restaurant orders to patrons.


Offshore Transport: Carry items from shore to ship or to offshore platforms. Delivery drones enable immediate dispatching and mobile transportation. They combat the high cost of supply ships and helicopters, and tackle the problem of low frequency and slow response.


The DJI Flycart 30 is a game-changer for delivery in Saudi Arabia and beyond. It can help businesses, public agencies, and individuals to deliver and receive goods faster, cheaper, and greener. It can also create new opportunities and markets for delivery, such as e-commerce, agriculture, or tourism. It can also improve the quality of life and well-being of people, by providing them with access to essential goods and services.

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