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Friday, May 15


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Steptoe Secures ITC Win for Autel in Patent Dispute with DJI - sUAS News - The Business of Drones

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Steptoe Secures ITC Win for Autel in Patent Dispute with DJI. On March 2, the chief administrative law judge of the ITC found that SZ DJI Technology Co. Ltd. and seven related entities (together known as “DJI”), the world’s largest maker of consumer drones, violated Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, by importing and selling drones that infringe US Patent No. 9, 260,184 belonging to Autel. As a result, the chief administrative law judge recommended that the infringing products be excluded from importation into the United States, including the Mavic Pro, Mavic Pro Platinum, Mavic 2 Pro, Mavic 2 Zoom, Mavic Air, and Spark. It also granted Autel’s request that DJI post a 9.9% bond during the 60-day presidential review period following the exclusion order. If the chief administrative law judge’s determination is upheld by the full commission, these products could be taken off the US market as early as July.

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Sunday, May 10


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DJI defines a new standard for industrial tools by unveiling the most advanced commercial drone platform and its first hybrid camera series

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DJI, the world leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology has unveiled its most advanced commercial drone platform, the Matrice 300 RTK (M300 RTK), and the Zenmuse H20 Series – a hybrid, multi-sensor camera. “With the M300 RTK flying platform and the Zenmuse H20 camera series, we are providing a safer and smarter solution to our enterprise customers” said Christina Zhang, Senior Director, Corporate Strategy at DJI. During subsequent automated flight missions, AI algorithms perform a comparison between the marked subject and current live view, thus correcting the camera orientation accordingly to deliver accurate and consistent results; and Waypoints 2.0 – an improved mission planning system offering up to 65,535 waypoints, while supporting an array of consecutive actions, 3rd party payloads, and more. AES-256 Encryption: for secure data transmission of the command and control uplink and video transmission downlink.AirSense (ADS-B technology): for enhanced airspace safety.Anti-Collision Beacon: for increased aircraft visibility, especially in low-light conditions.IP45 Protection Rating & Self-Heating Battery: for adverse weather conditions (-20 to 50° C).6 Directional Sensing and Positioning System: offers a maximum detection range of up to 40 m horizontally, with options to customize the aircraft sensing behavior via DJI Pilot. As with modern-day jetliners, the M300 RTK offers an integrated UAV Health Management System (UHMS) to optimize fleet maintenance.

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Thursday, May 07


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DJI Defines a New Standard for Industrial Tools by Unveiling the Most Advanced Commercial Drone Platform and its First Hybrid Camera Series, Business News - AsiaOne

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New Matrice 300 RTK and Zenmuse H20 Series Extend Airborne Intelligence to a New Generation of Work Ready to Embrace Digitalisation and AI. "With the M300 RTK flying platform and the Zenmuse H20 camera series, we are providing a safer and smarter solution to our enterprise customers," said Christina Zhang, Senior Director, Corporate Strategy at DJI. "For our teams working in the oil & gas industry, performance and safety are not optional. We cannot compromise on our pursuit of utilizing the best and most efficient tools available," said Adam Serblowski, Robotics Theme Lead at Shell. "The DJI Matrice 300 RTK proves to be an ideal upgrade over the existing DJI product line, and it helps us to further enhance the benefits of our drone programs. Our productive partnership with DJI will continue to help elevate safety in the world's largest industry." The M300 RTK, when controlled by two pilots, gives each pilot equal access to gain flight control priority, the transfer of which is displayed by a series of icons on the DJI Smart Controller Enterprise.

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Sunday, May 03


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Should you buy a DJI Mavic Air 2 without the AirSense alert system?

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ADS-B has also been used in the US, Canada, Europe, Australia and India for years, so it's well-established in most regions that are popular among drone fliers. But does this make AirSense essential? In short, as long as you follow the drone laws and aren't a pro pilot with special exemptions, you really shouldn't need AirSense. As James Abbott, a CAA-approved drone pilot and the writer of our DJI Mavic Air 2 review, told us: "AirSense is a great idea and like most features it doesn’t hurt to have it, but in theory it’s not necessary," he said. Unfortunately, there's not even a rough idea of when AirSense-equipped Mavic Air 2s will arrive outside the US, with DJI telling us: "We are working towards making ADS-B equipped Mavic Air 2 drones available globally and will update our customers and partners when timing has been confirmed." Hence the timing of DJI's introduction of AirSense. As a DJI spokesperson told us: "Rather than just create US versions of new drones in future, we wanted to bring this voluntary safety feature to every DJI user, regardless of location. Despite our best laid plans, supply chain shortages related to the coronavirus pandemic have meant that we couldn’t produce enough Mavic Air 2 units with AirSense technology to satisfy all markets. And so the first ones have gone to the US where ADS-B will do the most good," DJI explained.

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Friday, May 01


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DJI Mavic Air 2 drone review: great photos without the Pro price

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on May 1, 2020 10:00 am. If you’re looking for an intermediate drone that’s easy to fly but still capable of capturing compelling photos and video, DJI’s Mavic Air has long been the go-to model. The Air 2 is an upgrade over the prior model in almost every way: it’s smarter, stays in the air longer, and can capture footage that rivals DJI’s more expensive Mavic Pro models. That means that while it should produce better images and video than the first Air, it isn’t likely to be a radical leap in image quality. For comparison, the Mavic Pro 2 has an even larger 1-inch sensor in its camera system. It’s the same technology found in a bunch of Android smartphones over the past couple of years. What it means for you, the drone photographer, is that you’ll have the option of high-resolution shots with a lot of detail or lower-resolution images with better dynamic range.

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Tuesday, April 28


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DJI Mavic Air 2 review

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We check over 130 million products every day for the best prices. Whether you're looking for a camera, car or coffee machine, there is always a 'sweet spot' all-rounder that becomes the best choice for most people – and the DJI Mavic Air 2 is that model for drones. This successor to the DJI Mavic Air from 2018 takes its predecessor's overall concept – an easy-to-fly drone with pro-level features – and completely redesigns it from the ground up. The Mavic Air 2's completely new design looks like someone blasted the Mavic 2 series with a shrink ray, and it comes with a new controller too. But with a host of new features and technologies, it's not merely a clone of its bigger brother – DJI claims that the Mavic Air 2 is also its smartest drone to date. That's exactly the same as the original DJI Mavic Air, which makes it good value considering the new tech onboard. If you'd rather do longer shoots with your drone and have a more convenient way to carry it around, then there's also a 'Fly More' bundle.

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Get Ready To Up Your Creative Game With The New DJI Mavic Air 2

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SHENZHEN, China, April 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- DJI, the global leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, today ushers in a new era of aerial creativity with the Mavic Air 2 drone, combining high-grade imaging, intuitive yet advanced flight performance and revolutionary smart and safe technology in the best all-around drone we've ever made. Created to make capturing unique, high-quality content from the air simple, fun, and safe, Mavic Air 2 offers flagship capabilities in a compact and easy to use folding drone that features 8K functionality. "Mavic Air 2 is another milestone for DJI, demonstrating that our smartest consumer drone does not have to be the largest," said DJI President Roger Luo. Despite only weighing as much as a small water bottle at 570 grams, the Mavic Air 2 features new motors, new electronic speed controllers (ESCs), enhanced battery technology and an aerodynamic design to provide a maximum flight time of up to 34 minutes.

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Hands On: DJI's Mavic Air 2 Sports 48MP Camera, Amazing Battery Life

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The follow-up to DJI's midrange drone ups the camera resolution all the way to 48MP, significantly improves flight time, and includes an ADS-B sensor for safety. The Mavic Air was DJI's first shockingly small consumer aircraft, winning over aerial photographers and videographers with its quality 4K camera and portable design. But it's showing its age—in the two-plus years since its release, we've seen big improvements in battery performance for drones, and mobile imaging tech in general. It's bigger all around than the first edition, but is still small enough to slide into the same camera bag pocket that normally houses a 24-70mm F2.8 zoom lens. As for its camera, it's also new, with a 48MP Quad Bayer image sensor for full-size or 12MP output. We just received the Mavic Air 2 for review ahead of its May 11 ship date and have taken it in the air for a shakedown flight and some photos during a brief respite from rainy weather.

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Thursday, April 23


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DJI Mavic Air 2 fully revealed in huge photo leak – along with its price tag

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DJI Mavic Air 2 fully revealed in huge photo leak – along with its price tag. Several leaks of the DJI Mavic Air successor have already revealed most of its specs, and now what appear to be official photos have been picked by DroneDJ from one of its partner sites. This size difference is hinted at by the photo below of the Mavic Air 2 being handheld – we don't yet know exact dimensions or weight, but it's undoubtedly more compact than its older Mavic 2 siblings. According to the text above the lens, this camera will have a larger 1/2-in CMOS sensor than its predecessor, though this will still smaller than the DJI Mavic 2 Pro's one-inch chip. So what else do the newly leaked images tell us?

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Sunday, March 29


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DJI's library supports distance learning system

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Dubai, UAE: Within the framework of proactive steps taken by the UAE government to overcome the consequences of the global spread of COVID - 19, and in line with the efforts made to manage the crisis in order to provide the highest standards of public safety, including educational cadres, school students, and higher education institutions, the UAE government launched the distance learning system. Dubai Judicial Institute (DJI) provides researchers with an important tool to continue their educational achievement through its library, which is one of the most important specialised legal libraries in the country. Moreover, we renewed the borrowing system in line with emergency conditions and to continue to provide and feed the system with new informative data via books and legal periodicals, making it accessible to interested parties and researchers. This helps achieve some of the library’s most prominent objectives, including spreading legal and judicial knowledge, supporting scientific research, and reinforcing DJI’s strategic goals in preparing and qualifying citizens and specialists.

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