DJI, a leading drone manufacturer, has unveiled new firmware updates for its Mavic 3 Enterprise series, enhancing both the Mavic 3E and Mavic 3T models. One of the significant additions is the "Find My Drone" feature, assisting users in locating drones in events like emergency landings or flyaways by providing the device's last known coordinates.
The latest firmware allows users to upgrade their Mavic 3E and 3T drones to version 07.01.10.03. Meanwhile, the associated remote controller can be updated to version v02.01.00.03. DJI has also made updates available for the Pilot 2 app and DJI Assistant 2, which can now be upgraded to versions v220.127.116.11 and v2.1.10, respectively.
While "Find My Drone" is a crucial addition, having been available in several of DJI's consumer and commercial models for years, it's making its debut in the Mavic 3E and 3T with this update.
The firmware introduces other notable features and improvements, including:
- The capability to view downloaded media in the Album without the drone's connection.
- An offline unlocking license import function.
- A Fixed Angle Shot for waypoint actions, allowing adjustments to gimbal pitch, aircraft direction, and camera zoom settings.
- Enhanced remote controller firmware compatibility to prevent issues from firmware downgrades.
- Augmented Payload SDK for extended secondary development options.
- Adjustments to the DJI Pilot 2 app information and prompts.
- Corrections to known problems, enhancing the overall user experience.