DJI Mavic 3M Launched: The stunning Mavic 3M drone from DJI is the latest addition to the company’s Mavic 3 series. It’s the fifth Mavic 3 model overall, after the Mavic 3, Mavic 3 Cine, Mavic 3 Enterprise, and Mavic 3 Classic.
The Mavic 3M is ideal for precision agriculture due to its ability to record precise data on crop development. DJI’s premier consumer drone is the Mavic 3M. It can be rolled up and stowed away in a backpack, ready for use at a moment’s notice.
With a 43-minute flight time and a range of up to 2 kilometres, the new drone can survey vast areas with ease. The DJI Mavic 3M is equipped with a dual camera system that can improve a farmer’s productivity.
One of the cameras in the setup is a 20-megapixel RGB model that uses a 4/3-inch CMOS sensor. A mechanical shutter with a top speed of 1/2000 is included. Additionally, there is a high-quality multi-lens camera with four lenses for image sensing.
It gives a clearer picture of the crop’s condition than naked eye can see. High-precision airborne surveys, agricultural growth monitoring, natural resource surveys, and other networked applications are all ideal for the DJI Mavic 3M.
The drone can automatically do field scouting to check for crop irregularities, and this is only one of several services made available by the companion app. Given the Mavic 3M’s adaptability, a single drone might be used to keep tabs on an area as large as 70 ha.
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An RTK module has been integrated inside the drone to ensure pinpoint accuracy in flight. DJI claims that the release of the Mavic 3 Multispectral will aid farmers in raising the bar for agricultural productivity and sustainability while cutting down on expenses.
In order to precisely gather imaging positions, the drone, its camera, and the RTK module must be synced. Otherwise, ground control points would be necessary for the survey. The Mavic 3M can send and receive O3 video transmission signals up to 15 kilometres away.
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The newest Mavic 3 model has 360-degree obstacle sensing for safe flight in any direction. DJI has not yet revealed how much the stunning Mavic 3M will cost, but the company has hinted that availability will be restricted to select regions. More information about the DJI Mavic 3 Multispectral imaging drone is forthcoming.