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The Mavic 2 Enterprise (M2E) is DJI's latest addition to their Enterprise portfolio and a first for the industry. Taking everything they have been able to accomplish on the consumer electronics side of their business and embedding key commercial and industrial features into their proven Mavic airframe has allowed them to do what has never been done before - create a small, portable, powerful Enterprise tool that can be deployed in seconds, at-will, on any mission.

The Mavic 2 Enterprise is not only the smallest, most portable and powerful sUAS in the industrial market, it is also the safest.

AIRSENSE. Avoid hazards in the sky thanks to DJI's AirSense technology, which enhances airspace safety by providing the operator with real-time positioning alerts of nearby aircraft through the M2E's built-in ADS-B receiver.

APAS. DJI's Advanced Pilot Assistant System utilizes the onboard obstacle avoidance system, which is made up of eight high-resolution vision and two infrared sensors placed on the sides of the aircraft, to intelligently navigate through even the most congested areas with minimal input from the operator.

IMPROVED FLIGHTAUTONOMY. Not only are the M2E's advanced obstacle avoidance sensors used during flight, but they are also constantly monitoring the environment, which yields the most stable flight and hover performance of any DJI aircraft to-date.

DATA SECURITY. Simply enter your password to gain access to your device and your data. This intuitive way of logging into your device ensures secure access to your drone, its features and functions, and its onboard data storage, thus preventing leakage of sensitive information.

DJI understands that there isn't one drone or one tool for every job, but there is A drone or A tool for any job. This is evident by the release of three new critical attachments that compliment the Mavic 2 Enterprise - the Beacon, Speaker, and Spotlight.

DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise (M2E) quadcopter drone with Beacon attached.

BEACON. For any agency or operator that needs to fly at night, collision avoidance lighting is a must. Not only is it best practice and standard in aviation, but it's also required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the M2E Beacon is designed specifically to satisfy that requirement and to ensure safe operations at night.

By integrating through the Mavic 2 Enterprise's expansion port, the Beacon can be fully controlled through the DJI Pilot App. Whether you are flying as part of a tactical mission and have the need to disable the LED while on the ground as to not attract the attention of suspects or persons of interest, or if you just want to leave the Beacon attached and turn it off when flying during the day, it's as simple as tapping a button on the screen.

DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise (M2E) quadcopter drone with Speaker attached.

SPEAKER. When a natural disaster is imminent, getting the word out to the public is not only critical, but it can be incredibly challenging and time-consuming. Police officers and firefighters drive around neighborhoods talking through their PA systems to warn residents of an impending situation that may warrant either their attention or in some cases, that they evacuate their homes due to the risk. Now, instead of tying up numerous human resources, a single aircraft can be deployed and either flown manually through a neighborhood or sent on an automated mission while broadcasting the message. This frees up critical personnel to focus on other preparation tasks such as assisting the elderly, distributing emergency supplies, assisting the flow of foot and vehicle traffic and so much more.

The M2E Speaker doesn't just come into play in a large scale emergency - it's useful in a smaller scale, tactical mission or on rescue missions where communicating with your victim or patient is critical to the mission's success. With the Mavic 2 Enterprise's live video feed, operators are not only able to provide verbal cues and guidance, but they can see exactly what is going in the scene in real-time, providing them with live, actionable data to take care of business.

With the M2E Speaker, the operator is able to interact with it directly through the DJI Pilot App. Either by speaking through your mobile device's microphone to talk directly to somebody or by recording messages and then playing those messages during flight - either a single time or repeatedly.

DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise (M2E) quadcopter drone with Spotlight attached.

SPOTLIGHT. Arguably the most important part of any mission is the ability to see. It sounds elementary, but far too often public safety personnel can find themselves unable to effectively navigate or investigate a scene due to poor lighting. The M2E Spotlight was designed as a tool to allow you to keep working, even in total darkness.

With a massive 2,400-lumen maximum output, the M2E Spotlight is not just the only integrated spotlight for a commercial sUAS platform, it's also the brightest light we have ever seen small enough to attach to a platform as small and nimble as the Mavic 2 Enterprise.

Integrated through the Mavic 2 Enterprise's expansion port, the operator is able to not only toggle the light on and off, but they are also able to control the intensity. Bright lights at night are great, but as tactical operations personnel will tell you, you can also very easily blind yourself if you don't take your environment into account. By controlling the intensity of the M2E Spotlight, you are able to get your aircraft perfectly positioned on your subject and then adjust the brightness according to the action you need to take. Maybe your SWAT team is about to make entry into a courtyard and your job is to light up the yard the moment they breach the gate, or perhaps you're merely providing scene lighting at night while the team gears up for the next run into a building on a rescue mission - you can do that and so much more, thanks to the M2E Spotlight and the Mavic 2 Enterprise.

With the addition of not only a new, industrial drone to your toolbox but also mission-specific attachments, the number of applications for the Mavic 2 Enterprise is endless.

Two firefighters with a large fire in the background.

FIREFIGHTING. Fight fires and save lives with greater ease and mobility across your site.

A scene with red lights and smoke showing two emergency personnel on the left with another responder on the right shining a flashlight onto a car that appears to be damaged.

LAW ENFORCEMENT. Use captured data to maintain public safety and safeguard your community.

Three emergency responders carrying gear and wearing protective equipment with several emergency response SUVs in the background.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE. Locate missing people and tactically respond in emergency situations.

High voltage powerlines with blue skies and clouds in the background.

POWERLINE INSPECTION. Safely conduct inspections on critical infrastructure, expediting routine maintenance tasks and minimizing overall expense.

Numerous communication boxes, silver and white in color with black cables dangling between them mounted to a wooden pole with numerous crossbeams.

TOWER INSPECTION. Perform inspections with added safety and enhanced efficiency to maximize system uptime.

A boat underneath a large bridge with a hanging walk or bicycle path beneath it.

BRIDGE INSPECTION. See the bigger picture in complex structures without getting too close to the asset.
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