Last week, DJI intro­duced the Mav­ic 3 Enter­prise series of drones, aimed pri­mar­i­ly at cor­po­rate buy­ers. The nov­el­ty is pre­sent­ed in two ver­sions — the basic Mav­ic 3E and Mav­ic 3T with a ther­mal imager.

Both mod­els are equipped with a 12-megapix­el tele­pho­to lens with 56x hybrid zoom. In addi­tion, the Mav­ic 3E has a 20MP wide-angle cam­era, while the Mav­ic 3T has a 48MP wide-angle cam­era and a 640x512 pix­el ther­mal imager.

Although the new drones are com­pact and weigh less than 1 kg, both of them can be suc­cess­ful­ly used for high­ly pro­fes­sion­al tasks. Mav­ic 3E is able to sig­nif­i­cant­ly improve the qual­i­ty of sur­vey­ing and map­ping work. The Mav­ic 3T ther­mal imager mod­el can also be used for fire detec­tion, search oper­a­tions and at night.


The Mav­ic 3 Enter­prise Series is one of the small­est indus­tri­al drones avail­able. The weight of both mod­els does not exceed 920 g, and the fold­ed dimen­sions (with­out pro­pellers) are only 22.1 × 9.6 × 9 cm, which means that the new quad­copters can be eas­i­ly car­ried with one hand. The pro­fes­sion­al mod­els come with a pro­tec­tive case, so the trans­porta­tion of drones will not be any dif­fi­cul­ties.


The wide-angle cam­era on the base Mav­ic 3E is a 20-megapix­el cam­era with a 4/3 aspect ratio CMOS sen­sor and f/2.8‑f/11 aper­ture. The Mav­ic 3T’s wide-angle cam­era has an even high­er res­o­lu­tion of 48 megapix­els, a ½‑inch CMOS sen­sor and f/2.8 aper­ture. Both drones have a 12-megapix­el tele­pho­to lens that sup­ports 56x hybrid zoom. Such a pow­er­ful zoom allows you to see the small­est details from afar.

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The Mav­ic 3T is addi­tion­al­ly equipped with a 640x512 pix­el ther­mal imag­ing cam­era. With fea­tures such as pin­point tem­per­a­ture mea­sure­ment and high tem­per­a­ture alarms, the ther­mal imager can be indis­pens­able when work­ing at night or in very smoky con­di­tions. On the remote con­troller (DJI RC Pro Enter­prise, see below) in split screen mode, you can mon­i­tor the image from the ther­mal cam­era and the con­ven­tion­al cam­era at the same time. This will allow you to quick­ly deter­mine the exact loca­tion of the shoot­ing. In addi­tion, 28x syn­chro­nous zoom can be used in split screen mode.

Flight characteristics

The max­i­mum flight time for DJI Mav­ic 3 Enter­prise drones is 45 min­utes. Thus, in just one flight, the oper­a­tor can explore an area of ​​up to 200 hectares. Such impres­sive per­for­mance is pro­vid­ed by 5000 mAh bat­ter­ies. They can be charged using a 100W triple bat­tery charg­er (hub) or direct­ly via the drone (88W).

Both the Mav­ic 3E and Mav­ic 3T can cov­er a dis­tance of 32 km, climb up to 6 km, and reach speeds of up to 54 km/h in nor­mal mode and up to 68 km/h in sport mode. Thanks to Ocu­Sync Enter­prise tech­nol­o­gy, drones can be con­trolled from a dis­tance of up to 15 km.

Depend­ing on the task at hand, the oper­a­tor can adjust the brak­ing dis­tance and sen­si­tiv­i­ty of the six obsta­cle detec­tion sen­sors. The drones are also equipped with Advanced RTH tech­nol­o­gy, which allows you to plan the best route to return to the start­ing posi­tion, and the APAS 5.0 sys­tem, which is respon­si­ble for auto­mat­i­cal­ly avoid­ing obsta­cles.

Remote control and accessories

The basic pack­age of pro­fes­sion­al mod­els includes the new com­pact DJI RC Pro Enter­prise remote con­trol, equipped with 4 anten­nas, a 5000 mAh bat­tery and a built-in micro­phone. The remote con­trol screen has a res­o­lu­tion of 1920×1080 pix­els and high bright­ness (1000 cd/m²), so the pic­ture will be clear even in the sun.

DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Series: two new items for professionals at once

Addi­tion­al­ly, you can pur­chase:

  • speak­er (it can be used, for exam­ple, in search and res­cue oper­a­tions);
  • RTK mod­ule (pro­vid­ing the high­est real-time posi­tion­ing accu­ra­cy thanks to sup­port for key glob­al satel­lite sys­tems — GPS, Galileo, Bei­Dou and GLONASS);
  • D‑RTK 2 mobile sta­tion (works with 4G, Ocu­Sync, Wi-Fi and LAN net­works and sup­ports con­nec­tion of 5 remote con­trols simul­ta­ne­ous­ly).


You can use Mav­ic 3 Enter­prise series quad­copters with a com­plete set of soft­ware:

  • DJI Pilot 2 — updat­ed flight inter­face: with it, oper­a­tors can remote­ly con­trol the video broad­cast and hard­ware char­ac­ter­is­tics;
  • DJI FlightHub 2 — cloud-based drone fleet man­age­ment sys­tem: allows you to set com­plex routes and increase mis­sion effi­cien­cy;
  • DJI Ter­ra is a map­ping pro­gram for all stages of work — from flight plan­ning to cre­at­ing 2D and 3D mod­els;
  • DJI Ther­mal Analy­sis Tool 3.0 — The tool allows you to ana­lyze, anno­tate and process images tak­en by the Mav­ic 3T mod­el to iden­ti­fy ther­mal anom­alies.

Data between the air­craft and the remote con­trol is trans­mit­ted using 256-bit encryp­tion (AES-256). Local Data Mode allows you to block the send­ing of any data over the Inter­net.

On the US ver­sion of the offi­cial DJI web­site, the Mav­ic 3E mod­el can be pur­chased for $3299, the mod­el with the Mav­ic 3T ther­mal imager is avail­able for $4999.


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By Yara