The DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced features a 640x512 high resolution thermal imaging camera coupled with a 48 megapixel visual camera, the M2EA allows you to capture detailed visual as well as thermal aerial imagery. With digital zoom for visual and for the thermal imaging camera, the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced can capture images in great detail while keeping a safe distance away.
HIGH - RESOLUTION THERMAL IMAGING
The Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced features a 640x 512 resolution thermal imaging unit that helps you make informed decisions by quickly onsite using the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced. With up to 16x digital zoom and 30Hz refresh rate, the thermal imager on the M2EA is perfectly suited for a wide variety of industrial applications.
48 MEGAPIXEL VISUAL CAMERA
The 48 megapixel visual camera on the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced supports up to 4x lossless zoom as well as a total of up to 32x digital zoom. Powered by a 1/2-inch CMOS sensor, the visual camera can capture clear, detailed images of key assets as the mission demands.
The DJI Pilot app for the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced allows operators to quickly and seamlessly switch between live feeds to choose from Thermal, Visual or Split-screen feeds as and when required. OcuSync 2.0 ensures low latency and high video downlink quality for up to 10kms of max transmission distance.
RTK ENABLED PRECISION POSITIONING
The modular RTK accessory enables the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced to achieve centimeter level accuracy for positioning data using an NTRIP network. With support for up to 240 waypoints per mission, users can design complex, detailed missions in a wide variety of environments.
The M2E spotlight is a modular attachment that can help enhance vision in low-light areas. For inspection applications, the target asset can be illuminated for better visibility. For emergency responders, the spotlight is a useful tool to direct lost persons to safety after a natural disaster for night operations.
The Mavic 2 Enterprise Speaker attachment is perfect for communicating with ground teams during emergency situations or to relay important audible messages to stranded individuals. The operator can store multiple voice recordings to play selective as required or on a loop.
For night time operations, to maintain sight of the M2EA while in flight, the beacon can be used extending the VLOS distance. The beacon can be controlled through the DJI Pilot app while the M2EA is airborne.
Thanks to the proven compact foldable design of the Mavic series, the M2EA is very flexible and easy to deploy in most situations. With newer, better flight dynamics, the M2EA can navigate through complex operating environments with ease.