DJI, the world’s largest drone manufacturer, has removed its drone detection and identification system, AeroScope, from its webshop and removed all links to the product from its website. The sudden disappearance has raised concerns about the company’s future, especially since it has not issued an official statement about the discontinuation of the product. Although some retailers still stock the platform, such sudden disappearances usually indicate permanent discontinuation of the product.
DJI, one of the most popular drone manufacturers with a stable presence, has expanded its drone range with an FPV competition drone by one leap. The new hybrid model combines the capabilities of traditional and racing machines with FPV (first-person-view) and high-speed traditional drone camera, as well as the security and data transfer technology of DJI’s leading drones. . It can also be controlled with an optional one-handed motion controller.
His first FPV (First-Person View) drone was unveiled by the DJI, whose camera image can be tracked by pilots from a “first person view” by recording the included headset. The new model, simply dubbed the DJI FPV, promises significantly higher flight speeds and agility than the manufacturer’s traditional consumer drones, while retaining the useful features known from the company.
Professional thermal and visual sensors, high-precision RTK technology and 32x digital zoom characterize the newest member of DJI’s industrial drone fleet, the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced.
In a special video, he gave an insight into the production of Mavic 2 Zoom, one of the world’s largest drone manufacturers, DJI in China.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has blacklisted the world’s largest drone manufacturer, DJI, for espionage and human rights abuses. Nevertheless, the company’s products will continue to be available in the United States.