First drone from DJI designed for professional applications to be shown at XPONENTIAL 2017

DJI’s first drone series built specifically for professional applications—the Matrice 200 series—will be on display at XPONENTIAL 2017.

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DJI’s first drone series built specifically for professional applications—the Matrice 200 series—will be on display at XPONENTIAL 2017. The M200 drones is the first-ever dual mount to fly two cameras at the same time, according to the company, and is also DJI’s first upward-facing mount for inspections under bridges and other infrastructure. In addition to the upward gimbal and dual gimbal payloads, the M200 series offers four other payloads: The Zenmuse XT camera (an infrared camera developed by FLIR available in either 640 x 512 or 336 x 246 uncooled microbolometer arrays), the Xenmuse X4S (featuring a 20 MPixel CMOS image sensor), the Zenmuse X5S (featuring a 20.8 MPixel CMOS image sensor), and the Zenmuse Z30 zoom camera (featuring a 2.13 MPixel CMOS image sensor).

M200 series drones feature a folding body for easy carry and setup, a weather and water-resistant body, and safety features including obstacle avoidance sensors facing forward, up and down, as well as an ADS-B receiver for advisory traffic information from nearby manned aircraft. These drones can fly for up to 35 minutes with a mounted camera.

XPONENTIAL 2017 booth number:721

To Learn More:

Contact:DJI
Headquarters: Shenzhen, China
Product:
Matrice 200 series drones
Key Features:Six camera payload options, including an upward facing mount, dual camera payload, infrared camera, and visible imaging cameras with 2.13, 20, and 20.8 MPixel CMOS sensors.

What DJI says:
View more information on the M200 series.

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