Latest flight control technology allows user to steer the drone according to hand movement
DJI has introduced the Avata drone, offering an unparalleled experience of immersive flight, the company says.
Coupled with the company’s newest flight control technology, DJI Goggles 2 and the DJI Motion Controller, the Dji Avata drone can be steered according to the movement of the user’s hand. It can also be controlled with the existing DJI FPV Remote Controller 2 and the DJI FPV Goggles V2.
DJI Avata strips down the chassis of a traditional drone into a body built for speed and agility, weighing only 410 grams while still integrating aerodynamic propeller guards for added safety.
Its stabilized camera features a 1/1.7” CMOS sensor with 48 million effective pixels and delivers premium imaging features of 4K/60fps and 2.7K/50/60/100/120fps video. It has a total flight time of up to 18 minutes.
Drones are increasingly being used in the construction industry for surveying and inspection purposes. The global construction drone market reached a value of US$ 4,579.40 Million in 2021 with market research specialists IMARC Group predicting the market will reach a value of US$ 10,610.30 Million by 2027
“Paired with the DJI Goggles 2 and the DJI Motion Controller, DJI Avata seems to ride with the wind. Whether you fly for the fun of it, to make great clips for social media, or to dazzle viewers in the production studio, DJI Avata will show you why its engrossing flight experience pulls you into a new world of soaring possibilities,” said Ferdinand Wolf, Creative Director at DJI.