DJI Matrice 600 Stories May 28

Today, DJI introduces the Manifold 2 supercomputer that will turn your Matrice 210 or 600 into an autonomous drone. The Manifold 2 is a very compact supercomputer onboard of your unmanned aircraft that allows businesses to develop advanced autonomous aerial robotics solutions. DJI tells us that Automodality is already using the Manifold 2 in their inspection work of infrastructure. They use it on the M210. Watch this video here to see how Modality uses DJI drones to inspect bridges and other infrastructure.

The DJI Manifold 2 is available for purchase through authorized DJI Enterprise resellers worldwide. For customers in North America, Manifold 2 is also available online through DJI’s store at store.dji.com. The CPU version is $1,379 and the GPU version is $1,099.

You can read the official DJI press release below.

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DJI Matrice 600 Stories December 19, 2018

Intelligent Parachute Rescue System for DJI M600

Intelligent Parachute Rescue System for DJI M600 made in Austria. In the development of the parachute rescue systems of Drone Rescue Systems GmbH, the main focus was on the reliable, autonomous crash detection. A potential operation Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) should be possible in case of emergency. This orientation also applied, as the first drone-specific parachute system was developed: the DRS-M600 for the DJI M600.

DJI Matrice 600 Stories October 16, 2018

A drone falling from the sky not only has the potential to hurt people on the ground but also to hurt your wallet. Especially when we’re talking about the larger drones, such as the DJI Matrice 600. The Austrian company Drone Rescue introduces three new parachutes for multicopter drones during the Intergeo 2018 in Frankfurt today, the DRS-5, the DRS-10 and the DRS-M600.

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DJI Matrice 600 Stories October 8, 2018

Reportedly, it is the most photographed event in the world, the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. The festival stretches over nine days in New Mexico, from October 6th through the 14th. With over 500 balloons it is the largest hot air balloon event in the world. With all the colorful balloons and the thousands of people attending, the event naturally attracts many photographers, including aerial photographers. However, you are not allowed to fly your drone at the event location. Even in a four-mile radius around the event drones are not allowed, as a Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) has been put into place. However, there’s one exception. Jesse Samson is allowed to fly his DJI Matrice 600 with a high-end Canon camera.

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