DJI has recently rolled out new firmware updates for its popular commercial drone series, the Mavic 3 Enterprise. Additionally, a software package is now available for download, catering to DJI's compact agricultural and environmental monitoring drone, the Mavic 3 Multispectral.
The Mavic 3 Enterprise series, consisting of the Mavic 3E priced at $3,628 and the Mavic 3T priced at $5,498 (with the "T" denoting a thermal sensor), offers a range of features for various applications. While the Mavic 3E focuses on mapping and surveying functions, the 3T model targets firefighting, search and rescue operations, inspections, and night missions.
The latest software package, now accessible for download, updates the aircraft firmware of the Mavic 3E/3T to version v07.00.01.02. Furthermore, users can update their remote controllers to v02.00.05.01. It is also recommended to update the Pilot 2 app to v22.214.171.124 and DJI Assistant 2 to v2.1.9.
Notably, this firmware update brings optimizations to DJI Pilot 2 information, such as prompts, and introduces the ability for users to purchase FlightHub 2 software directly through the Pilot 2 app. However, it is important to mention that this update does not address the known bugs and issues that were present in the previous firmware update released in March 2023.
Meanwhile, Mavic 3 Multispectral drone users can update their aircraft to version 07.00.01.02, along with updating the remote controller to v02.00.05.01. Similar to the Mavic 3 Enterprise, the Pilot 2 app and DJI Assistant 2 for MG should be updated to their latest versions, with DJI Assistant 2 for MG being upgraded to v2.1.3.
Although the release notes for the Mavic 3 Multispectral's new firmware are limited, DJI mentions that some optimizations have been made to the Pilot 2 information, such as prompts.