On October 29, 2018, DJI Innovations, the world leader in civilian UAVs, microcontrollers and video equipment, introduced the commercial version of the top-end drone Mavic 2 as part of the annual DJI Airworks event. Mavic 2 Enterprise is a powerful high-tech portable tool designed to expand human activities in such areas such as firefighting, law enforcement, search and rescue missions, inspection and monitoring. In addition to the standard features of the M2, the commercial version has received a number of improvements thanks to which the user will be able to quickly and safely complete the tasks.
- Three payload options included
- Protecting the drone and data with a password
- GPS timestamping
- DJI Pilot mobile app
- DJI FlightHub
- DJI AirSense
- Powerful power plant with reduced noise
- Maximum horizontal flight speed 72 km/h
- Drone battery heating
- OcuSync 2.0 digital video transmission technology
- Video streaming in 1080p quality
- 12MP camera on 1/2.3‑inch CMOS sensor with 2x optical and 3x digital zoom
- D‑Cinelike color profile support
- 4K video capture in H.265 video compression at a maximum bit rate of 100Mbps
- HyperLight function for shooting in low light conditions
- FPV removal distance up to 10 km
- Maximum flight time 31 minutes
- Obstacle recognition in six directions
- Advanced Pilot Assistance System APAS
- Discrete mode
- 24GB built-in storage + expandable via SD card up to 128GB
- Ready to go out of the box
The drone is sold in a single configuration — Mavic 2 Enterprise Universal Edition. Additionally, a retrofit kit is available — Fly More Kit. To order, it is recommended to contact the nearest official DJI dealer, or send your contact information through the official website so that you can be contacted.
The Universal Edition will include:
- Mavic 2 Enterprise
- Control equipment
- 1 × rechargeable battery
- 4 × rotors (2CW/2CCW)
- 2 × spare rotors (1CW/1CCW)
- 1 × M2E Spotlight
- 1 × M2E Beacon
- 1 × M2E Speaker
- Adapter for charging control equipment
- Transport case
The Fly More Kit will include:
- 2 × rechargeable batteries
- Charging dock 220V
- Car charger 12V
- USB connector
- soft case
- 2 × rotors (1CW/1CCW)
Takeoff weight (including additional payload):
Dimensions (L × W × H):
Folded: 214 × 91 84mm
In flight condition: 322 × 242 × 84mm
Airborne + Spotlight: 322 x 242 x 114mm
Airborne + Beacon: 322 x 242 x 101mm
Airborne + Speaker: 322 × 242 × 140
Max. practical ceiling above sea level:
Max. takeoff speed:
18 km/h (S‑mode)
14 km/h (P‑mode)
14 km/h (S‑mode with payload on board)
14 km/h (P‑mode with payload on board)
Max. sink rate:
10 km/h (S‑mode)
10 km/h (P‑mode)
Max. horizontal flight speed (above sea level, no wind):
72 km/h (S‑mode)
50 km/h (P‑mode)
Max. flight time (without wind):
31 min (at a constant speed of 25km/h)
Max. hovering time (no wind):
27 min (Beacon on)
28 min (Beacon off)
22 min (Spotlight on)
26 min (Spotlight off)
25 min (Speaker on)
26 min (Speaker off)
Max. wind speed for the implementation of a confident flight:
Max. tilt angle:
Max. angular velocity:
100°/s (P‑mode) 200°/s (S‑mode)
Operating range temperatures:
Hover Accuracy Range:
±0.1m (positioning via sensors)
±0.5m (with satellite positioning)
±0.3m (positioning via sensors)
±1.5m (with satellite positioning)
Operating range frequencies:
2.400GHz — 2.4835GHz
5.725GHz — 5.850GHz
Transmission power (EIRP):
Built-in storage capacity:
Obstacle recognition directions:
Left/Right, Top/Bottom, Front/Rear
Accurate measurement range: 0.5–20m
Overall range: 20–40m
Obstacle detection speed: ≤ 14m/s
FOV: horizontal: 40°, vertical: 70°
Accurate measurement range: 0.5–16m
Overall range: 16–32m
Obstacle detection speed: ≤ 12m/s
FOV: horizontal: 60°, vertical: 77°
Accurate measurement range: 0.1–8m
Accurate measurement range: 0.5–11m
Overall range: 11–22m
Accurate measurement range: 0.5–10m
Obstacle detection speed: ≤ 8m/s
FOV: horizontal: 80°, vertical: 65°
Surface with visible texture, light level >15lx
Diffusely reflective surface, reflectance >20% (walls, trees, people, etc.)
Surface with visible texture, light level >15lx
Diffusely reflective surface, reflectance >20% (walls, trees, people, etc.)
Operating frequency range:
Signal transmission distance:
Operating temperature range:
0° to +40℃
Transmitter power (EIRP):
built-in, capacity 3950mAh
Size of compatible mobs. devices:
Max. length: 160mm; Max. Thickness: 6.5–8.5mm
Remote control dimensions (L × W × H):
In flight condition: 190 × 115 × 100mm
Lightning, Micro USB(Type‑B), USB‑C
Mechanical range of rotation angles:
Tilt: ‑135° to 45° Pan: ‑100° to 100°
Operating range of rotation angles:
-90° to 30° Swivel: ‑75° to 75°
3‑axis mechanical (tilt, roll, pan)
Max. controlled speed (tilt):
Angular vibration range:
Number of effective pixels: 12 million
FOV: 82.6° (24mm); 47.8°(48mm）
Format equivalent: 24–48mm
Aperture: f/2.8 (24mm)–f/3.8 (48mm)
Autofocus: 0.5m to ∞
A photo: 100‑1600 (auto)
Electronic shutter: 8–1/8000s
Max. picture size:
Continuous shooting: 3/5/7 shots
Auto Exposure Compensation (AEB): 0.7EV in 3/5‑stop Bias steps
Interval shooting (JPEG: 2/3/5/7/10/15/20/30/60s RAW:5/7/10/15/20/30/60s)
4K: 3840 × 2160 24/25/30 fps
2.7K: 2720 × 1530 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps
FHD: 1920 × 1080 24/25/30/48/50/60/120 fps
Max. video bitrate:
Supported file systems:
FAT32 (≤ 32GB)
exFAT (> 32GB)
MP4/MOV (MPEG‑4 AVC/H.264, HEVC/H.265)
Lithium Polymer 4S
Max. charging voltage:
Charging temperature range:
+5℃ to +40℃
Max. charging power:
Ways to activate battery self-heating:
Temperature range for self-heating:
-10℃ to +6℃
Max. self-heating time:
Max. heating power:
Video stream transmission system:
Max. broadcast bitrate:
iOS 9.0 and above, Android 4.4.0 and above
Supported SD cards
micro SD max. 128GB capacity and Read/Write speed up to UHS‑I Speed Grade 3
FOV 17°, Max: 11lux, 30m straight
Min. angle: 55cd
Light intensity: 157cd
100dB at 1m
Obstacle recognition function in all directions allows you to detect obstacles to the left/right, top/bottom, front/rear. On the port and starboard sides, it only works in Tripod mode. 360º obstacle detection is not provided. Damage sustained while flying to the left or right is not covered under DJI’s warranty, even if the flight was in Tripod mode. Be careful when operating the Mavic 2 and keep an eye on the app for alerts.
Powerful M2E brushless motors work in tandem with ESC FOC (Field Oriented Control) sine-wave driven speed controllers and low-noise rotors. The potential of the drone’s power plant allows it to develop a horizontal flight speed of up to 72 km/h with the lowest noise level.
On board is a 12MP camera built on a 1/2.3‑inch CMOS sensor with 2x optical and 3x digital zoom. A 3‑axis high-precision mechanical gimbal is responsible for image stabilization. Provides three video modes: 4K: 3840 × 2160 at 24/25/30 fps, 2.7K: 2720 × 1530 at 24/25/30/48/50/60 fps and FHD: 1920 × 1080 24/ 25/30/48/50/60/120 fps. Max. photo resolution: 4000 × 3000. Support for D‑Cinelike color profile. Max. bitrate: 100Mbps. Supported video formats: MP4/MOV (MPEG‑4 AVC/H.264, HEVC/H.265).
The Mavic 2 Enterprise is powered by a 3850mAh 59.29Wh intelligent quad-cell (15.4V) Lithium Polymer battery. Provides a maximum flight time of 31 minutes (in calm weather, at a constant speed of 25 km/h). Charging time is about 90 minutes.
The drone battery received a self-heating function. It can be activated automatically and manually when the ambient temperature is between ‑10°C and +6°C and the current battery level is above 50%. To activate the self-heating function of the switched off battery, it is necessary to press and hold the battery power button for 5 seconds. If the battery is installed in the drone and turned on, the function will be activated automatically.
Based on the possible applications of the drone, the developer completes the M2 Enterprise with three payload options:
- The M2E Spotlight is a dual 2400 lumen spotlight. Implemented for missions in low visibility conditions. Spotlight is indispensable in search and rescue, as well as in inspection.
- M2E Speaker — loudspeaker with a maximum sound pressure level of 100dB (at a distance of 1m). Allows the pilot to play voice messages when necessary in order to maintain direct communication with people in the immediate vicinity of the drone. It can work in two modes: 1. Playback of voice messages (up to 10 voice messages) previously recorded using the DJI Pilot mobile application. 2. Transmission of voice messages in real time. Indispensable during rescue operations and emergencies.
- M2E Beacon — Designed to comply with US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) standards. The main feature of the Beacon is a bright flashing strobe visible at a distance of 4.8 km. Provides additional airspace awareness for other pilots flying nearby, allowing for safer missions in low light or at night.
*Mounting place for payload interfaced with the drone via micro USB port and two mounting screws.
The “Password Protection” function — allows you to exclude unauthorized access to the drone and the built-in drive, the capacity of which for M2Enterprise has been increased to 24GB (Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom — 8GB). When the function is enabled, password authentication will be performed every time the aircraft is activated, the control equipment is paired with the aircraft, and when the built-in storage data is accessed via a PC. All data remains protected even if the drone is physically damaged.
In addition, M2 Enterprise users with high data security requirements can take advantage of DJI’s Local Data Mode. Activating the mode stops any communication between the paired mobile device and the Internet, thus providing additional security guarantees for operators involved in critical infrastructure, government projects, or other more complex tasks.
DJI AirSense is a key technology that provides an additional layer of safety when piloting in crowded airspace or near complex missions such as fire suppression, disaster recovery, and infrastructure monitoring. At the heart of the AirSense system is a built-in receiver that allows you to receive real-time alerts from nearby aircraft about their current location via ADS‑B signals *. All received data is displayed on the display of the paired gadget through the DJI Pilot mobile application.
*ADS‑B (Automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast) or ADS‑B (automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast) is a technology that allows both cockpit pilots and air traffic controllers to observe aircraft movements with greater accuracy than previously available and receive aeronautical data.
Flight Autonomy 2.0
FlightAutonomy M2 Enterprise is a system that provides omnidirectional obstacle recognition using the data received from 8 × optical sensors and 2 × infrared sensors:
Front sensors — dual imaging system. Measurement accuracy up to 20 meters. The range of the determined distance is from 20–40 meters. They allow you to detect obstacles and urgently stop the drone at speeds up to 50 km/h.
The lower sensors are a dual imaging system. Measurement accuracy up to 11 meters. The range of the determined distance is from 11–22 meters. The system works in tandem with infrared sensors. Measurement accuracy up to 8 meters. The complex provides a stable flight at a height of up to 50 meters, as well as a safe landing, provided that the surface is determined. Additional illumination is activated when there is insufficient light for the correct operation of the lower sensors.
The sensors on the left and right are a single imaging system. Recognition of obstacles at speeds up to 28 km / h. Ensure safe flight in Tripod mode.
The rear sensors are a dual imaging system. Measurement accuracy up to 16 meters. The range of the determined distance is from 16–32 meters. They allow you to detect obstacles and urgently stop the drone at speeds up to 43 km/h.
The upper sensors are an infrared sensor system. Measurement accuracy up to 8 meters.
APAS (Advanced Pilot Assistance System) is the result of DJI’s extensive research to calculate the optimal flight path. The APAS pilot assistance system automatically adjusts the trajectory of flying around obstacles encountered in the path of the drone, thereby ensuring ease of use of the UAV and maximum safety. APAS creates a route in real time, which allows the drone to plan in advance possible flight paths.
GPS timestamping is a new feature that fixes the time, date and location of each recorded image (GPS coordinates), thereby guaranteeing the independent reliability of the received data, which can later be used in legal proceedings.
The second generation of OcuSync digital video transmission technology. Thanks to the ability to switch between 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz frequencies based on the level of channel congestion, it has improved resistance to interference, increased FPV distance up to 10 km, increased video stream quality to 1080p, increased download speed to 40 Mbps and reduced latency to 120 ms.
The drone is controlled using the included equipment paired with an IOS or Android smartphone/tablet via the DJI Pilot mobile app. Removable control sticks. All for the sake of compactness. Operating frequency range: 2.400GHz — 2.4835GHz / 5.725GHz — 5.850GHz. Provides up to 10 km FPV removal distance in an interference-free area. Powered by a built-in LiPo battery with a capacity of 3950mAh. Charging time: 2h 15 min.
DJI Pilot is a reliable mobile application designed specifically for corporate users, which allows you to maximize the potential of the commercial version of the drone laid down by the manufacturer.
DJI FlightHub is a web hub for consistent management of the DJI drone fleet. The web center will allow the operator to receive live telemetry from each drone involved in the mission, view in real time up to four video streams simultaneously, coordinate and manage the entire workflow online. The service is accessible through a web browser.
A kind of “Invisible” mode — turns off all the on-board illumination of the drone for the implementation of missions that require stealth movement, especially at night.
To order M2E, it is recommended that you contact your nearest authorized DJI dealer, or send your contact information through the official website so that you can be contacted. At the moment, the manufacturer has set the following prices for the commercial version of the drone and the retrofit kit:
- Mavic 2 Enterprise Universal Edition — $1999
- Fly More Kit — $419
Q. How to buy Mavic 2 Enterprise?
A. To purchase the drone, you need to contact the nearest official DJI dealer, or send your contact information through the official website so that you can be contacted.
Q. Can I purchase the Mavic 2 Enterprise from the DJI Online Store?
Q. What is the difference between Mavic 2 Enterprise and Mavic 2?
A. The M2 Enterprise is built on the Mavic 2 platform. It is a multifunctional drone solution designed specifically for industrial applications. The drone is equipped with an extended port for installing a DJI payload, the drone battery received a self-heating function, a built-in storage capacity of 24GB, DJI AirSense technology has been added, and it is compatible with the DJI Pilot mobile application.
Q: What industries can use the Mavic 2 Enterprise?
A: Fire fighting, law enforcement, search and rescue missions, inspection and monitoring.
Q: Is the Mavic 2 Enterprise waterproof?
Oh no. The developer strongly recommends not to fly in rainy weather.
Q: Can Mavic 2 Enterprise recognize obstacles on the left and right sides of the aircraft?
A. The sensors on the left and right sides of the aircraft only become active in Tripod mode. This should be taken into account when flying in the “P” and “S” modes.
Q: Why does the Mavic 2 Enterprise have a password protection feature?
A. The function is used to protect the data stored on the built-in storage of the aircraft.
Q: Is the password protection function applicable to the micro SD card installed in Mavic 2 Enterprise?
Oh no. The password protection function only works with the aircraft’s built-in 24GB storage.
Q: When will a password be required?
A: 1. When the drone is turned on;
2: When pairing the remote control with the drone;
3: When accessing built-in storage data via PC?
Q: Can I manually set and change the password?
Q: What information does GPS Timestamping record?
A: GPS Timestamping records time, date and GPS coordinates.
Q: How can I activate the GPS Timestamping feature?
A Activated in camera settings.
Q: Is it possible to remotely change the angle of the M2E Spotlight from the remote control?
Oh no. At the moment, the angle of the searchlight is set manually before the flight.
Q: What is the effective illumination distance of the M2E Spotlight?
A: In low-light conditions, the spotlight can facilitate filming with the on-board camera at a distance of 30 meters.
Q: What is the effective sound emission of the M2E Speaker?
A: Depending on the level of background noise from 20 to 40 meters.
Q: What modes does M2E Speaker work in? Does it support real-time voice transmission?
A: M2E Speaker works in two modes:
1. Playback of voice messages pre-recorded via the DJI Pilot mobile app.
2. Transmission of voice messages in real time.
Q: What is the effective consecration distance of the M2E Beacon?
A: Depends on the environment, in general, about 5km.
Q: Can the Mavic 2 Enterprise battery be used with the Mavic 2 and vice versa?
Q: Is it possible to simultaneously charge the drone battery and control equipment from the M2 Enterprise charger?
Q: How long does the Mavic 2 Enterprise battery take to charge?
A: About 1.5 hours.
Q: How is the battery self-heating function activated?
A: It can be activated automatically and manually when the ambient temperature is between ‑10°C and +6°C and the current battery level is above 50%.
To activate the self-heating function of the switched off battery, it is necessary to press and hold the battery power button for 5 seconds. If the battery is installed in the drone and turned on, the function will be activated automatically.
Q: Will the battery life be shortened if stored incorrectly?
A: Batteries are capable of automatically adjusting their charge levels, regardless of whether storage rules are followed or not.
Q: What mobile apps are compatible with Mavic 2 Enterprise?
A: Only with the DJI Pilot app.
Video with the drone Mavic 2 Enterprise.