DJI is pioneering the advancement of drone technology through its ever-growing array of consumer drones and business drones.

Their most recent offering includes that of the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise range comprising two models: Enterprise (DJI Mavic 3E) and Thermal (DJI Mavic 3T) which has replaced the well-known DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise range.

In this article we’ll be looking through the specification, compatibility with software and examples of use to find out how it fits in the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise range is in the current drone market.

DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Range

As previously mentioned The DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise range is the most recent version of the highly acclaimed drone maker DJI.

Mavic 3 Enterprise range Mavic 3 Enterprise range takes its place in Mavic 2 Enterprise. Mavic 2 enterprise range that was launched in October of this year and proved extremely loved by professionals. Similar to Mavic 3 Enterprise, Mavic 3 Enterprise the Mavic 2 Enterprise comes with a simultaneous release, with each of it being available in the Enterprise Mavic 3 Enterprise and Enterprise Dual (thermal) coming to market. released.

The Mavic 3 Enterprise range is also available in a single release, with both Enterprise (DJI M3E) and Thermal (DJI M3T) to be available on the date of release.

We’ll now discuss how to use DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise range’s specifications.

DJI Mavic 3E as well as DJI Mavic 3T

Specifications for the DJI M3E:

Dual Camera Dual

Camera One: M4/3 Wide 20MP Mechanical Shutter

Camera Two: Telephoto 12MP and 56x Hybrid Zoom

4K @ 30fps (130 Mbps)

4 Directional Occupacle Avoidance Optical

Compact and portable

45 Minute Maximum Flight Time

Specifications of the DJI M3T Model:

Tri-Camera

Camera One: 24mm 48MP Electronic Shutter

Camera Two: Telephoto 12MP and 56x Hybrid Zoom

Camera 3: Thermo Resolution 640×512

4K @ 30fps (85 Mbps)

4 Directional Optic Obstacle Avoidance

Compact and portable

45 Minute Maximum Time for Flying

As you can see from camera’s specifications, it is upgraded to M3E. M3E from the earlier M2E and now is an fixed camera with micro 4/3 capabilities, giving the user a larger view and a more powerful sensor, thereby collecting more information. This improves the capability to work in low light conditions that comes with the M3E.

In addition to other improvements and improvements, the flight duration has been extended from the M2E’s time of 31 minutes , to 45 for the M3E

The M3T has also received significant improvements on its predecessor, the M2 Dual with increased flight time as well as the addition of a the ability to use a bigger zoom lens for telephotos. Telephoto capabilities have also increased in size from the 32x lens on the M2 up to 56x zoom for the M3.

Both M3E and the M3T are both modular, and they are able to be outfitted with RTK modules for greater accuracy.

Use-Cases

Like its predecessor, the DJI Mavic 3E offers a wide range of uses instances including inspection to mapping It’s a flexible drone that can be adapted to a variety of uses.

One of the biggest advantages of both the M3E as well as M3T is that each have an telephoto lens which makes it perfect for inspection purposes in which getting too close to the asset can be hazardous or unattainable.

The M3E includes an M4/3 (micro four thirds) lens that gives an expanded view of your asset with the bigger sensor size. This allows you to gather more information in the field while also reducing your time spent in high-altitudes collecting data, which is ideal for mapping as well as photogrammetry.

Use cases for the M3E should be ideal to:

Mapping

Inspection

3D Mapping

The M3T is suited to:

Search and Rescue

Thermal Inspections

Software Support

When DJI announce a new drone they also launch the software development kit, also known in the form of SDK.

The SDK lets third-party developers to connect their programs to work alongside the drone.

Summary

This article should give you an insight into DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise. DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise range and the capabilities it’s capable of.