Autel Evo 2 Stories May 28

Autel Robotics has updated its Autel Explorer app by adding support for new features for the EVO II series and a few general feature updates for the app. This includes changing the maximum flight height to 2,640 feet (804 meters), well above the FAA’s max flight limit of 400 feet (121 meters).

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Autel Evo 2 Stories April 17

Even with an economic lockdown, April is turning out to be a good month for drone debuts. In addition to DJI’s Mavic Air 2 launch on the 27th, rival Autel is putting its new EVO 2 on sale starting a week earlier, on the 20th, starting at $1,495. expand full story

Autel Evo 2 Stories March 3

We know that ZeroZero Robotics and DJI have had to close their offices as a result of the Coronavirus spreading in China. The assumption was that other drone manufacturers such as Autel Robotics would have been impacted as well and that as a result the Autel EVO II might be delayed.

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Autel Evo 2 Stories January 9

Yesterday morning we got up early and instead of going back to CES, Paul from Drone U and I went to an area right outside the controlled airspace of Las Vegas to fly the all-new Autel EVO 2 with the 8K camera. Here are our first impressions. Keep in mind that we were flying this foldable quadcopter with a beta version of the app. Autel Robotics told us that they will keep updating both the software and firmware before launching this drone by the end of January for $1,445. expand full story

Autel Evo 2 Stories January 7

As expected, Autel Robotics launched their new Autel EVO 2 drone at CES this morning. It comes in three different variations that include up to 8K video and a thermal camera option. Read almost all the details, we’re still waiting for pricing and availability, of this exciting new drone below. The ball is now in DJI’s court and we’ll see what they come out with when they’re ready to launch the DJI Mavic 3 Pro.

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Autel Evo 2 Stories January 6

The Autel Evo 2 has made its way onto the FCC’s test bench with what looks to be some standout features for a drone of its size. Along with the Evo 2, we are expecting to see DJI’s Mavic 3 line of drones to be launched early this year. Let’s take a look at what we know about these two drones and what we would love to see in them.

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