IO, Jakarta – Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), commonly known as “drones”, are increasingly popular in Indonesia. This remote-control technology has proven to be attractive for various circles. Globally, drones are used to take aerial photographs, support urban planning, sow fertilizers and count plants for the agricultural sector. In the business scene, drones are mostly used by event organizers, photographers or videographers, police and broadcasters.
The range of solutions offered by DJI to the industry is now easier for professionals to reach; companies in Indonesia are integrating drone technology for various business operations. With the support of DJI’s official distributor in Indonesia, Halo Robotics, various DJI drone device models were demonstrated on Friday (6/7/2018), including the iconic Phantom 4 Pro, Mavic Pro, Matrice 210 and AGRAS MG-1S, as well as aerial imagery solutions such as Zenmuse Z30 and Zenmuse XT2 drone cameras.
“We are delighted to be able to demonstrate the use of drones as a company solution at Aldiron field today. This highly-qualified and measurable DJI drone platform has become a reliable tool for companies from all over the world, and we are looking forward to seeing the benefits of the technology for our customers in Indonesia,” said Natasha Gray, Senior Communication Manager of DJI. “Through drone technology, a company will have the ability to collect and analyze data while helping its employees evade potential hazards, as well as improving operational efficiency and workplace safety,” she continued.
DJI, with its leading solutions and strategic partnership with Halo Robotics, is committed to serving the ever-growing needs of local companies in search of drone solutions in various industrial applications, such as infrastructure and energy facility check, site mapping construction, and public security.
AGRAS MG-1S is a drone model that combines some of the latest DJI technologies, including the latest A3 Flight Controller, and the Radar Sensing System that provides reliable durability during the flight. Spraying systems and current sensors ensure accurate operation. When used with the MG Intelligent Operation Planning System and the DJI Agriculture Management Platform, users can plan their operations, set up real-time flights, and closely monitor flight status. The MG-1S is a high-performance type of drone capable of providing a comprehensive solution for the agricultural sector.
Matrice 200 series
The Matrice 210 type of drone, built for high resilience and designed to adapt to a variety of situations, is a powerful tool intended for professional users in running air checks while collecting data. This makes the technology of drones more affordable as well as an easier-to-use medium for companies, in realizing how aerial imaging can affect business decisions. Matrice 200 series has 2 special cameras: Zenmuse Z30 and Zenmuse XT2.
The aerial platform is quickly becoming an important tool in the effort to efficiently collect information vital for business operations. As the first integrated aerial camera with optical zoom (up to 30x) and digital zoom (up to 6x), Zenmuse Z30 offers special picture retrieval. Companies can now capture the information they need with a longer reach, making data collection significantly faster and eliminating the risk of harm of personnel or equipment. Designed to be seamlessly integrated with the Matrice series of DJIs, Zenmuse Z30 works directly to provide access to its smart features.
The new Zenmuse XT2, launched in Indonesia in June 2018, is a powerful thermal imaging camera and can convert data into vital information. Stabilization using Gimbal technology, as well as a dual-sensor design that combines FLIR radiometric radiation and a 4K resolution visual camera, allows users to oversee thermal and visual data simultaneously. This presents remarkable data and image details for a variety of uses, ranging from industrial inspection to general safety measures. (Raihan)