Learning About DJI Drone Company

You’ve probably heard of the famous DJI drone company especially when they’re the world’s top drone provider. Well, if you haven’t heard about DJI drones, then I’m about to explain to you in this article about this prestigious company.

If you didn’t know, DJI company was founded in 2006  by Frank Wang, a Chinese billionaire. Wang started his company from a local office and eventually building it up into something truly prestigious. I mean, you can’t get anywhere if you start somewhere, right?

DJI’s products are used worldwide and people love them! This notable drone company is continuing to lead the drone world by storm. I’ve written several articles on other drone companies and DJI, by far, outweighs the others.

In 2017, their revenue was over 2.8 billion dollars (USD) with a record of 6,000+ employees. This DJI drone company is like the Google of the search engine world. I’m about to show you a few snippets of their products.

History Infographic

Here’s a little history infographic that I made for you:

DJI History Infographic


DJI Promotional Videos

While it’s clear that the DJI drone company release a new product every several months, they have awesome promotional videos as well on their YouTube channel. I thought it was worth sharing and you might enjoy it yourself:

DJI – Introducing Spark

This is Spark, DJI’s first-ever mini drone. One of those moments where I would like to say: “Shut up and take my money!” This drone comes in different colors. Even if you look at the comments on the video, there are tons of positive comments about this drone. It’s user-friendly and works great and drone beginners will love it.

DJI – Introducing the DJI Mavic

If you’re into photography and video blogging, then the DJI Mavic is definitely for you. With the reviews and info on the DJI Mavic drone, they seem to have high-quality camera quality.

DJI – Introducing the Phantom 4

The Phantom 4 is an easy to use flying camera powered by the world’s most advanced artificial intelligence technology. Now, all you have to do is direct it where to go. It’s a total redesign. Polished shell, vented Composite Core underbelly engineered for strength and weight. Sleek, refined, elegant. But there’s tremendous strength in elegance. Look—a reinforced gimbal for greater stability. And the motors—refined for increased flight efficiency.

Raised so you can go faster without propellers poking into footage where they don’t belong. That’s going to come in handy when you’re going fast. How fast? DJI added a new Sport Mode for more experienced pilots to get eye-popping shots, or maybe just to bring out your inner speed demon.

This DJI drone company added four sensors – like eyes – in front and underneath that do Sonar Detection, and Point Cloud Stereoscopic Recognition. It can see everything in front of it from nearly 50 feet away and over 30 feet underneath it. Obstacles like trees, rocks, bison, it hits the brakes. Full stop.

The Phantom 4’s self-flying innovations are made possible by two revolutionary new features that simplify the flying experience, TapFly, and ActiveTrack. With TapFly, you need only to tap the live view on the screen where you want to go. Right now, the Phantom 4 is intelligently adapting to its surroundings, detecting ground elevation and obstacles in its way. When in TapFly mode, it will even reroute and navigate around an obstruction all by itself, and all you did was tap. ActiveTrack allows the Phantom’s camera to distinguish specific objects in its viewing path, and track them with just the tap of a finger and without any sort of remote receiver. It’s this adaptive machine-learning that allows the Phantom to understand how you look from every angle, even if it can only see you from one.,That means you, a friend, your pet- virtually anything you can think of and it has a flight range of up to 5 kilometers.

The Phantom is flying along and circling a moving subject, capturing smooth, perfect video. Even the most demanding shot becomes uncomplicated, achieved with a simple flick of the stick. Is The Phantom 4 for you?

For more, be sure to check out their YouTube channel.

Other Drone Types

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  3. Professional Drone
  4. Selfie Drone
  5. Mini Drone
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