DJI Dock 2 Matrice 3DT FCC label

DJI Dock 2, Matrice 3DT enterprise drone arrive at the FCC

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The DJI Dock 2, Matrice 3DT, and Matrice 3D have all arrived at the FCC, suggesting an international release isn’t far away. DJI Dock 2 is filed under the FCC ID DOCK022308 and both the DJI Matrice 3DT and Matrice 3D are filed under the FCC ID M3D2308.

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DJI Dock 2

DJI Dock 2 features a space efficient and smaller body, is more capable with a drone specifically designed to be operated out of a dock. Dock 2 has an IP55 rating, a maximum operational range of 10km, an environmental monitoring system.

Dock 2’s volume has been reduced by 75% along with a 68% reduction in weight at just 34kg without a drone. Both make it easier for the DJI Dock 2 to be relocated and tested in multiple locations.

DJI Dock 2 features a built-in backup battery providing an additional 5 hours in the event of a power loss or operating in a remote location. DJI has designed the dock to have a six-month maintenance interval, reducing costs and improving uptime.

DJI Matrice 3DT, Matrice 3D drones

Along with the Dock 2, DJI has released the DJI Matrice 3D and Matrice 3DT. The Matrice 3D series is DJI’s first drone designed specifically to be used with a dock. Matrice 3D/3DT have a 50 minute battery life, six-way obstacle avoidance, a maximum operating range of 10km with a battery that’s rated for 400 cycles.

A RTK module is built in to both the drones and has an accuracy of ±3 cm.

Matrice 3D features a wide angle 4/3 CMOS 20MP sensor with a mechanical shutter and a 1/2″ CMOS telephoto 12MP sensor. The Matrice 3DT features a 1/1.32 inch CMOS 48MP sensor, the same 1/2″ CMOS telephoto 12MP sensor, and a 640×512 thermal camera.

If these two payloads sound familiar, it’s because they are very similar the Mavic 3 Enterprise and Mavic 3 Thermal.