LATEST NEWS: We are aware of the new MAVIC 2 ENTERPRISE ADVANCED which DJI has unveiled. We are awaiting the sample data for testing purpose, in order to be able to confirm the compatibility. We will keep you posted, when we have any update.

1. These are the drones and sensors that we are currently compatible with

Drones

DJI Phantom 4

DJI Phantom 4 RTK

DJI Mavic 2 Pro

DJI Inspire 1

DJI Inspire 2

DJI Matrice 200

DJI Matrice 210

DJI Matrice 210 RTK

DJI Matrice 300

DJI Matrice 600

Falcon 8

Sensefly eBee

Sensefly eBee X

Wingtra One

Accessories

RGB Cameras

DJI Phantom 4 Pro/V2/Advanced/RTK

DJI Zenmuse X4S

DJI Zenmuse XT2

DJI Mavic 2 Pro

Flir Duo Pro

Lumix DMC-TZ71

Wingtra One Sony RX1R II 42MP

Sony ALPHA 7R II (18mm)

H20 - Zoom lens

H20T RGB - Zoom lens (recommended)

Thermal Cameras

DJI Zenmuse XT (13 or 19mm)

DJI Zenmuse XT2 (13mm/19mm/25mm)

Flir Duo Pro (13 or 19mm)

Flir Tau-2 (19mm only)

H20T Thermal

Multispectral

Micasense Rededge M

Micasense Rededge MX

Micasense Rededge Altum

2. These are the drones and sensors that are currently under review:

Drones

Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced [ to be tested in Q1 2021- awaiting sample data ]

Accessories

RGB Cameras

Thermal Cameras

Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced [under review + to be tested in Q1 2021]

Multispectral

3. Sensor requirements

Thermal

All thermal sensors mentioned about must meet the following standards/requirements (unless stated otherwise) in order to be compatible with the platform:

Lens size: 13mm or 19mm

Sensor resolution: 640x512

Radiometric: Yes

For example, the DJI Zenmuse XT2 must have a lens size or either 13mm or 19mm, the sensor resolution should be 640x512 (not 320x240) and must be the radiometric version.

Firmware Update: always check the latest version

4. FAQs

What if my sensor isn't on the list?

Unfortunately it means that at this moment we are not currently compatible with this sensor. However depending on the business case we can look into the sensor to see if it matches our requirements.

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