DJI Launches FlyCart 30, Its First Ever Delivery Drone. Use parachute technology.
Flyfire Blog
by QingfengLin
9M ago
The world finally has a DJI delivery drone. The Chinese drone making giant this week launched its first DJI delivery drone. It’s called the FlyCart 30, and that name makes perfect sense, as the drone is capable of carrying up to 30 kg (which is about 66 pounds) with two batteries on board, and up to 40 kg if you can get away with just one battery. Besides being capable of carrying heavy weights, it offers a long range (16 km loaded or 28 km unloaded), and has intelligent features including obstacle avoidance. It’s versatile (able to support two load modes) ad is designed to be safe given redun ..read more
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ASTM F3322-18 Parachute Certification
Flyfire Blog
by QingfengLin
1y ago
We have a lot of questions about using our parachutes and other UAV / Drone products in order to get an FAA waiver or international CAA approval for flight over people. We hope this FAQ will help answer many of the questions about ASTM F3322-18 testing standards which the FAA may ask for. This will also address questions regarding the drone, drone weight and how each can affect the waiver process or availability. Q - Has Flyfire already tested their parachute recovery systems (PRS) to the ASTM F3322-18 standard? A – No! The ASTM standard is not just for us as the parachute manufa ..read more
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Is the DJI Matrice 30 series right for you?
Flyfire Blog
by QingfengLin
1y ago
The New DJI M30 & M30T deliver industry-leading power and versatility in a backpack-sized package. At the recent DJI Enterprise live event, DJI announced a host of new drone products designed specifically for enterprise and commercial level uses. In a quick summary of the event, DJI launched a new DJI M30 family of drones, a new addition to the H20 series payloads was introduced with both thermal and night vision capabilities, The newly launched DJI M30 series of drones is the manufacturer’s latest flagship drone, which combines the features of the powerful Matric ..read more
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Is it necessary to install a drone parachute?
Flyfire Blog
by QingfengLin
1y ago
A drone crash is pretty much a nightmare for any drone pilot. The potential consequences of one are two-fold – not only can it result in damage to the drone, but it can also damage or hurt property or people on the ground. For this reason, the restriction against flying drones over crowds is one of the most important for the FAA. Drone parachutes are perceived to be some of the best solutions to avoid serious damage caused by drone crashes. How exactly do these drone parachutes work and are they reliable? When are drone parachutes necessary? Are there any high-quality and trusted manufacturers ..read more
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DJI Counts More Than 500 People Rescued By Drones Around The World
Flyfire Blog
by QingfengLin
1y ago
December 1, 2020 – More than 500 people around the world have been rescued from danger by drones, according to new statistics collected by DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology. This milestone came in mid-October, when sheriff’s deputies used a DJI drone with a thermal imaging camera to find a missing 93-year-old woman in a dark field in Missouri. Thermal video from the rescue released by the Cass County Sheriff’s Office shows how the drone spotted Chris Fairchild as a bright yellow dot in the darkness and guided deputies on the ground to her. “To see th ..read more
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DJI Granted World’s First C1 Drone Certificate
Flyfire Blog
by QingfengLin
1y ago
C1 Certification Gives Users Of The Mavic 3 Series More Freedom For Flying   August 18, 2022. DJI, the global leader in civilian drones and creative camera technology, has been granted the world’s first C1 EU-type examination certificate for drones under the new European Drone Regulation.   The C1 certificate for the Mavic 3 series – which requires users to update to C1-compliant firmware - brings a number of advantages. Users can fly in the new A1 Open Category and will no longer have to pass the complex and costly A2 “Remote Piloting License” exam[1]. They will have more ..read more
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