DJI SMART CONTROLLER ENTERPRISE
Ultra-bright Screen And New OcuSync Transmission
The DJI Smart Controller Enterprise is a specialist controller, enabling operators to maximise their missions with the M300 RTK drone.
Similar to the DJI Smart Controller for the Mavic 2 Series, this controller has an ultra-bright 5.5-inch 1080p display which maintains clear visibility, even in direct sunlight. It is twice as bright as conventional smart devices at 1000 cd/m2.
The M300 RTK is the first platform to feature DJI’s OcuSync Enterprise. This new transmission system is able to transmit three routes of 1080P 30FPS downlink to the remote controller. The controller has a maximum transmission distance of 15km (NCC/FCC), or 8km (CE/MIC/SRRC).
The smart controller can display two input feeds at a time, and pilots can transition between displays and access mission-critical information.
The DJI Smart Controller Enterprise has a built-in battery, as well as an external battery. Operators can achieve up to 2.5 hours of run-time using the built-in battery, and up to 4.5 hours when combining the built-in battery and the external battery.
Other key features include:
- Primary Flight Display
- Advanced Dual Operator Mode
- -20°C to 40°C operating temperature
- Supports DJI Pilot and third-party app
- HDMI port
- microSD card slot
Advanced Dual Control System
To enhance mission safety and flexibility, the M300 RTK has a dual pilot control function.
This enables two pilots to have equal access to gain control of the aircraft or payload with a single tap; the transfer of which is shown by a series of icons on the DJI Smart Controller Enterprise.
This capability opens up greater possibilities for enterprise missions.
Thanks to these redesigned flight control options, visual line of sight can be maintained from one pilot to another to enable beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) missions.
It means that the drone can take off at the location of one pilot, and land in the area of the other pilot.
This dual control system is also ideal for training scenarios, allowing the teacher to take over control from the learning pilot, if needs be.