Renowned drone technology leader, DJI, has announced a substantial firmware upgrade aimed primarily at enterprise users. The update promises a host of critical features and optimizations intended to enhance user experiences and operational safety and flexibility.
This update is not just a minor patch but a substantial overhaul. The update brings a variety of enhancements to the DJI Dock, including an advanced Return to Home (RTH) feature and a refined battery safety strategy. Notably, this strategy places constraints on performing certain tasks if the battery cycle count exceeds 500 cycles.
Users can now halt the flight route task after triggering the emergency stop and enjoy improvements in the air conditioning system aimed at reducing idle fan noise. Additionally, the Aircraft Firmware has been upgraded to V07.01.0026, with parallel updates made to the Intelligent Flight Battery, Remote Controller, and several other firmware components.
ADDITIONS TO DJI FLIGHTHUB 2 AND DJI PILOT 2
DJI FlightHub 2 sees the integration of DJI Airsense for improved flight safety, allowing aircraft to bypass GEO Zones during specified tasks and offers enhanced flexibility with the addition of custom flight areas and GEO Zones management. The users also get better control of PSDK payloads and enhanced visual aids in the livestream view and optimized warnings for landing anomalies and other emergencies.
DJI Pilot 2 also sees the addition of new warnings for dock configuration in GEO Zones and feature to monitor the dock's network connection, with support for site selection with the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Series aircraft.
DJI encourages users to delve into the update and utilize the newly introduced features to their fullest extent. Comprehensive guides, tutorial videos, and more in-depth details can be accessed from DJI's official website, ensuring users are well-informed and can harness the full potential of what DJI offers with this new update.
This firmware update reinforces DJI's commitment to enhancing military, public safety, and commercial applications of drone technology. It is poised to address crucial mission limitations and ensure DJI's continued dominance in the rapidly evolving drone technology sector, emphasizing user safety, experience, and operational flexibility.
By rolling out this significant firmware update, DJI continues to set high standards in the drone technology industry, emphasizing the user-centric approach in their innovations and contributing to the advancement of drone technology applications in various sectors.