DroneAscent Adds DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual Drone to Fleet

DroneAscent has added the latest technology from DJI and FLIR to better serve our customers; the Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual Drone.  The Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual, developed in partnership with thermal imaging industry leader, FLIR Systems, adds several enhancements not readily available on other drones.

The Mavic 2 Enterprise includes a side-by-side 4K sensor for capturing video and a FLIR Lepton® thermal micro-camera for capturing thermal data. Together these sensors allow pilots to simultaneously record high-resolution video and thermal images.  The combination camera also allows the pilot to fly in poor lighting situations.

FLIR’s patented MSX, or multispectral dynamic imaging, embosses high-fidelity visible light details onto the thermal imagery in real time, helping pilots quickly identify critical data, enhance visual details, and making the thermal image much easier to analyze after recording.

The camera also includes a spot meter that displays the average temperature of an object, helping pilots monitor and measure a critical or hazardous object while maintaining a safe distance.

As with the other DJI Mavics, the Enterprise Dual offers a GPS timestamping feature which encodes the time, date, and location of every recorded image. This supports critical infrastructure inspections and potential image overlays from previous image captures.

The Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual comes equipped with DJI’s Advanced Pilot Assistance System which enables the drone to intuitively detect objects with every move and operate in tighter spaces. Improved FlightAutonomy allows for more stability than ever before, and AirSense Technology provides pilots real-time alerts to nearby manned aircraft.

This drone supports a new line of accessories, mounted on the drone’s body and controlled through the DJI Pilot Flight Control app. The accessories will bring additional functionality and safety to the drone.  Initial accessories include a spotlight, a speaker, and a beacon for safe flying in low light or night operations, for which DroneAscent has a waiver to perform.

More and more companies are using thermal imaging to detect roofing or structural issues, monitor utility infrastructure, or evaluate plant and soil conditions.

The addition of the Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual will allow DroneAscent to provide improved thermal imaging for a host of customer applications and better general aerial imagery.  We look forward to the opportunity to bring this new technology to customer projects.

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– Bob Culliton, Vice President of Sales, DroneAscent

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