Let me say that again, this is dji dock and with it and the dock version of the m30, you can have a fully automatic programmed repeatable drone flights, even in the harshest most remote places on earth. Im sure your minds are racing at the possibilities and dont worry. I promise that well show it to you in action very soon, but first let me tell you a little bit more about the dock and how it works. The first thing we had to do with the first thing we had to prioritize with the dock is: make it rugged, durable and able to withstand the elements because whats the point of hands free drone operations with a dock. If you still have to go check on it and fix it when it stops working for this to be a viable solution to meet the high standards set by enterprise customers, the dock needs to be consistent, safe and reliable, even in the harshest most remote places on Earth the entire dock is weatherproof and dust proof and is rated to operate in environments with temperatures ranging from negative 35 to 50 degrees celsius, and the whole thing is rated ip55. You can see here night or day rain or shine. This solution is extremely reliable and consistent. The dji dock was built to last and to require minimal care and maintenance, even in harsh barren environments, even in miserable weather. Like this, we want you to think of the dock as a set it and leave it kind of solution, and speaking of set it and leave it.

Give me a second: this is the docs integrated weather station. That knows, when conditions arent safe for the m30 to fly, i have to set it here. I had to pull it out just so i could hide the dock properly. This is our first stock were still learning, but weve tried to think of everything you could need on top of the weather station is an ultra wide security camera that you can live stream with flighthub 2., if youre, installing your dock in a remote place with poor Signal the dock can have 4g normally. You should be fine, though, thanks to the docs four antennas and ocusync 3 enterprise that communicate with the drone and the m30. If you want to run missions that require precision to the centimeter level, we gave the dock rtk and if something goes wrong, if theres an emergency power outage, for example, the dock has an internal backup battery that can keep the dock powered and communicating with the m30 Long enough for it to land safely, weve packed the dock with features, but we still managed to keep it small well, relatively small. At least it has a less than one square meter footprint and weighs only 90 kilograms. You can transport it on the back of your pickup or even bring it in the elevator, for example, if you want to set it up on the roof, installation is really easy. You just need four bolts, one for each of the corners and you need a power source, an ethernet connection, and you need 15 minutes to configure it with the enterprise remote controller and from wherever you do inside this to install it.

The m30 can take off and conduct automatic missions that you program anywhere within seven kilometer radius from the dock, so this 19 square 19 square kilometer oil field is home to over 1 100 wells and its one of our test sites. When developing the dock, its a remote place and keeping track of all the equipment and infrastructure is a really a truly daunting task. Three docs and three m30s would be enough to provide daily coverage and inspections for the entire site. So after the m30 finishes his mission, how does charging work when the m30 lands its centered as the overhead doors close, and then the dock can fast charge it back to 90 in just 25 minutes? So why would you need rapid turnaround times like this? We expect users will be assigning a lot of work to their drones and their docs, so fast, charging is essential. Itll make a huge difference, especially in places where theres only so many hours of daylight in a day to achieve rapid recharge times like this, we had to get creative. So after a mission drone batteries, they tend to be really hot, and so you need to cool them down to optimal temperatures for optimal charging. So we gave the dock air conditioning and fans so cold air can be blown through the batteries right across its heat sink. Even on hot days, youre still able to have rapid turnarounds charting protocols and everything else from mission planning to scheduling, to live monitoring and flight progress to management of videos and photos.

It all can be managed within flighthub 2. and for users and partners who have their own requirements for customizations or who have existing systems that they rather just plug. The dock and the m30 into were offering cloud api, which opens up core dock and m30 functionality to developers and system integrators. So you can set up your own private servers that work with the dock and the m30 okay. So enough with specs and features, you want to see the dock in action so without further ado, flighthubs sending the launch commands right now, so Applause and there you have it Applause. Building a reliable dock solution is really difficult and were still learning and weve been so lucky to have partners and select end users who are currently testing their operations with a doc and who are helping us put it to test in the worlds harshest conditions. We aim to have it commercially available in q4 of 2022. The whole package includes the dock, flighthub 2 and the dock version of the m30, and you can see the prices here on the screen.

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