The DJI Mavic 2 lineup is expanding with a new drone but don’t get too excited if you don’t mean business: the new offering is called DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise, so it’s a business, not casual drone.
We knew something was up when we talked to DJI earlier this year at IFA Berlin but we did not expect a new reveal this year, especially not something so surprisingly affordable, with so many obvious promising features.
The Mavic 2 Enterprise (M2E) doesn’t bring the entire feature package of the high-end DJI Matrice lineup but is instead designed for smaller businesses and enterprises.
Specifically, the M2E features, similar to those offered by the consumer-oriented Mavic 2 Zoom, make it a great addition to emergency services.
Because it has imaging hardware to “identify and inspect hazardous areas,” alongside add-ons like a 2,400 lumens spotlight, strobe beacon and loudspeaker, it could be an invaluable tool for search and rescue missions.
With the onboard AirSense tech, that gives real-time positioning alerts, and 8 high resolution vision and 2 infrared sensors for obstacle sensing, you could see the Mavic 2 Enterprise as a valuable tool for rescue missions, as it can fly in crowded or tight spaces to provide critical intelligence.
On the specs front, the DJI M2E comes with a 12MP camera with 2X optical zoom and 3X digital zoom, capable of recording in 4K quality at 30FPS, with a three-axis gimbal for stabilization.
The whole package is now available for $1,999, a price that includes the Mavic 2 Enterprise drone, three mountable accessories, a protector case, a battery with 31 minutes maximum flight-time and a controller.