The DJI Mavic 3 Series drone line-up now includes the Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral in addition to the Mavic 3, Mavic 3 Cine, Mavic 3 Enterprise, and Mavic 3 Classic. This Mavic 3 model is outfitted with a multispectral imaging technology, as the name would imply.
Introduction of Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral :
The Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral is designed for farmers and organizations involved in precision agriculture and has the capacity to gather precise information about crop growth. Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral, however, is built on DJI's flagship consumer drone, so it weighs just 951 grams and folds up easily to put in a regular bag for "anytime, anywhere" operations. With a battery life of up to 43 minutes, the drone can simultaneously cover a space as large as 2 square kilometres in a single flight.
Camera of Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral :
A two-in-one camera system is used by DJI's latest drone to capture data in order to provide farmers with information they can use to improve their fieldwork. The first is an RGB camera with a mechanical shutter with a top speed of 1/2000 and a 4/3-inch CMOS image sensor with 20MP. A four-lens multispectral camera is another option that offers a deeper insight of crop conditions by detecting subtleties that the human eye is unable to see.
Use Cases of Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral :
The DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral can do tasks like high-precision aerial surveys, agricultural growth monitoring, and natural resource surveys by combining these two cameras. According to DJI, a single worker should be able to manage up to 70 hectares of land thanks to the drone's app-based features, which include autonomous field scouting that recognizes crop irregularities and conducts cognitive assessments.
The introduction of the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral will support the growth of modern agriculture by assisting farmers all over the world to increase the quality and productivity of their output, decrease expenses, and boost income.
Ground Control Points of Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral :
The DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral has an RTK module for centimetre-level location, which is also worth mentioning. The drone manufacturer notes that in order to precisely determine the location of each camera's imaging centre, the aircraft, its camera, and the RTK module must be synchronized at the microsecond level. This indicates that surveys can be carried out by the new DJI drone without the need for ground control locations.
Key Features of Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral :
Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral also has O3 video transmission, which combines two transmitting channels and four receiving channels, and supports a very long transmission distance of 15 kilometres. Additionally, as would be expected from a Mavic 3 drone, the multispectral version has omnidirectional obstacle sensing to find and avoid objects from all angles.
Additionally, DJI outlines how Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral may be incorporated into several ecosystems:
Users can link Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral to a third-party cloud platform directly through the built-in DJI Cloud API, which is based on the MQTT protocol in Pilot 2, in order to gather data, live video, photo data, and other information without having to create a separate app. Additionally supported by Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral is Mobile SDK 5 (MSDK5), which enables customers to create custom control apps with ease for uses like intelligent monitoring.