Barking Drone (DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise)
The Mavic 2 Enterprise, also known as the 'Barking Drone' has been proven to be an effective alternative in managing livestock in New Zealand farms. It can provide farmers with visual status of all farm assets.
THE ULTIMATE TOOL FOR NEW ZEALAND FARMERS
The Barking Drone is similar to the DJI Mavic 2 Zoom, which is popular for its portability and high-quality camera, but it is designed with a smart port on top of the craft that allows the addition of modular accessories, such as a loudspeaker and a spotlight. The loudspeaker can be used to record any audio, including a siren sound or dog barking, to play back at a sound level able to be heard from hundreds of metres away. Stock respond quickly and effectively to the sound.
The Barking Drone also sports a 12-megapixel camera with 2x optical zoom and is capable of capturing 4K footage. Farmers already utilise the camera for a range of tasks from checking stock to examining troughs to assessing hard-to-reach fencelines. The addition of the zoom for closer inspection, the spotlight for low light operations and GPS timestamping for accuracy, makes these operations even easier than before. In cold climates, self-heating batteries ensure the drone will perform, even in sub-zero temperatures.
A range of Modular Accessories
With an extended port that allows the user to connect additional devices onto the drone, helping to perform at its best in a variety of daily and critical missions. The M2E Spotlight for the low light environment, M2E Speaker for air to ground communication and M2E Beacon for night time operations.
Tracking, inspecting, and monitoring livestock across a large uneven terrain poses challenges, mainly relating to time and efficiency. The Mavic 2 Enterprise is equipped with a 2x optical zoom camera that lets farmers obtain information regarding the condition and position of your livestock. The Mavic 2 Enterprise's omnidirectional obstacle sensing system enables farmers to fly and hover with more stability than ever in a wide range of open and complex environments. It also offers an extended flight time of up to 31 minutes and a maximum speed of 72 kph. With this kind of manoeuvrability, farmers are able to swiftly respond to situations where time is crucial.
Equipped with the M2E Loud Speaker module, the craft is capable of recording sounds, such as barking, to playback on the speaker. From our testing, stock responds quickly and effectively to the sounds, even in winds. With a high-quality camera, farmers can also record a video to review and improve herding techniques. The zoom camera enables farmers to be able to monitor the health of livestock even more effectively, even in hard-to-reach environments like deep gullies or steep hillsides.
In the past, methods of bird mitigation to protect crops on farms have been very labour intensive and costly. Although attempts at making loud noises or firing off guns have been used by farmers for years, paddocks can still lose half a tonne a hectare to birds.
The Mavic 2 Enterprise with its attachable loudspeaker can record a siren to effectively manage and reduce the damage of birds on yields. The speaker is capable of recording high multi-pitch sounds specifically designed to scare birds or bats. By employing the GPS tracking feature, farmers can also set up waypoints to automate their operation. The Mavic 2 Enterprise can cover large areas quickly, mitigating bird numbers over vulnerable crops.
A common sight in rural New Zealand is seeing a farmer “walking the fence” with a fence tester to track down the source of a power loss. The most common culprits are vegetation overgrowth, loose wires and broken insulators. With the Mavic 2 Enterprise's powerful 2x zoom camera and its onboard Spotlight, farmers can save many frustrating hours of fence-walking. With the ability of the Mavic 2 Enterprise to set up GPS waypoints and record inspections at 4K resolution video, farmers can record the video and then inspect their fences in the comfort of their own home.
With the same approach, farmers can regularly inspect your water troughs, shed roofs, and hard-to-reach areas with minimal effort.
Low Noise Propellers to keep animals calm during inspections
Less Interference, Enhanced Transmission
A sheer flying performance with OcuSync 2.0 which supports automatic dual frequency band switching. This capability ensured a more reliable and stable flight and enhanced video transmission of up to 8 km at 1080p resolution.
More Room for Your Missions
With a 24 GB internal storage, you can now store a lot more data for your missions, allowing you to get more done without the constant need of transferring images manually over SD card.
25 Min Average Flight Time with Each Accessory
Max hovering time (no wind) of Mavic 2 Enterprise + M2E Spotlight: 22 min; Spotlight turned off 26 min
Max hovering time (no wind) of Mavic 2 Enterprise + M2E Speaker: 22 min; Spotlight turned off 26 min
Max hovering time (no wind) of Mavic 2 Enterprise + M2E Beacon: 27 min; Spotlight turned off 28 min
Refined Imaging For Tactical And Practical Use
The imaging system has been developed to assist pilots in close-range missions and ensure data is captured efficiently and accurately. Stay close to the action but away from the danger. The Mavic 2 Enterprise is equipped with a 2s optical zoom camera that lets you operate in close range missions without putting yourself in harm's way.
2 x Optical Zoom
3 x Digital Zoom
4K/30p Video at 30fps
|1/2.3" 12 MP CMOS Sensor|
Like with the iOS or Android device, GPS timestamping records the time and date that images are taken, so you can leverage data for industry level applications where accuracy is essential, and timing is vital.
Self-Heating Batteries for Adverse Environments
In the rugged terrains of New Zealand, you can rest assure that the Mavic 2 Enterprise will not falter. In demanding cold climates, the Mavic 2 Enterprise adapts with a suite of smart self-healing batteries that are capable of working in sub-zero temperatures.
Stay aware of your immediate airspace. Avoid hazards in the sky with the DJI AirSense, which enhances your airspace safety by giving you instant real-time positioning alerts on nearby manned aircraft. AirSense uses an integrated receiver to automatically alert drone pilots of ADS-B signals from nearby aeroplanes and helicopters, providing real-time positioning alerts through the DJI Pilot mobile app. This provides an extra level of safety for professional drone operators who fly in congested airspace or near complicated operations, such as wildfire suppression, disaster recovery and infrastructure monitoring. DJI AirSense is a key system to help ensure drones remain a safe addition to the skies.
Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing
Fly safer than ever, experience an unrivalled flight with the Mavic 2 Enterprise's omnidirectional obstacle sensing. This advanced sensing system enables you to fly and hover with more stability than ever in a wide range of open and complex environments.
Advanced Pilot Assistance System (APAS)
Sense and avoid with ease, the Advanced Pilot Assistance System (APAS) intuitively detect objects near your drone's every move, letting you easily fly around or over an obstacle, particularly in tight spaces. Instead of the craft going to a halt when an obstacle is encountered the Mavic 2 Enterprise will avoid the obstacle and continue on its original course.
DJI Pilot is a robust Android and iOS app developed specifically for the enterprise users to unleash the power of their DJI drones. With development made specifically for the Mavic 2 Enterprise. DJI Pilot optimizes your flight capability for peak performance.
Direct Flight Control
Access camera and accessory settings, intelligent flight modes and more with a single touch.
Conduct Automated Flight
Perform repeatable data collection missions and conduct them automatically.
Following the key feature of the Mavic series, the Mavic 2 Enterprise is slim enough to be carried anywhere and engineered to handle any tasks whenever duty calls. At 905 g the Mavic 2 Enterprise can be folded in an instant and stored at the side of any belt package. This feature enables the bearer instant power that's easily accessible and transportable.
4 m/s (P-mode)
4 m/s (S-mode with accessories)
4 m/s (P-mode with accessories)
3 m/s (P-mode)
5.725 - 5.850 GHz
MIC：≤20 dBm5.725-5.850 GHz
CE: 5000 m
SRRC: 5000 m
MIC: 5000 m
FCC：≤26 dBm；CE：≤20 dBm；SRRC：≤20 dBm MIC：≤20 dBm
5.725 - 5.850 GHz
FCC：≤26 dBm；CE：≤14 dBm；SRRC：≤26 dBm
Unfolded: 190×115×100 mm (L×W×H)
App/ Live View
In the box
Aircraft x 1
Remote Controller x 1
Intelligent Flight Battery (Self Heating) x 1
Gimbal Protector x 1
Charger x 1
Power Cable x 1
Propellers (Pair) x 2
Spare Control Stick (Pair) x 1
RC Cable (3.0 Type C) x 1
RC Cable Lightning Connector x 1
RC Cable Standard Micro USB Cable (Slider Included) x 1
USB Adapter x 1
Extended Port Cover x 1
Speaker x 1
Spotlight x 1
Beacon x 1
Protector Case x 1
Manuals x 1
WHY BUY FROM US?
By buying from Ferntech, you'll have the confidence that you are dealing directly with New Zealand's leading drone experts. Our staff are knowledgable drone pilots who offer expert advice, trusted support and superior specialist service. Only through us will you receive a full New Zealand warranty, phone and email support, and access to our certified Repairs Centre with DJI-qualified drone technicians. And we guarantee that we will have the best prices on the market — if not let us know and we will match any price (conditions apply).
1.What's the difference between the Mavic 2 Enterprise and the Mavic 2?
The Mavic 2 Enterprise is built on the Mavic 2 flight platform. It is an all-in-one drone solution for industrial applications.
It features an extended port to mount DJI modular accessories, and comes with a self-heating battery, 24 GB onboard storage, DJI AirSense, and is compatible with the DJI Pilot mobile app.
2. What industries does the Mavic 2 Enterprise serve?
The Mavic 2 Enterprise was specifically built to serve industries and applications in public safety, inspection, search & rescue, fire response, and law enforcement.
3. Is the Mavic 2 Enterprise waterproof?
No. We strongly advise that you do not fly your Mavic 2 Enterprise during rainy weather.
4. Is the Mavic 2 Enterprise capable of sensing obstacles on the left and right-hand side?
Sensing for the left and right directions is only available with Tripod Mode, please pay attention to the surroundings when flying in P Mode and S Mode.
1. What purpose is the password function of the Mavic 2 Enterprise used for?
Password protection is used to protect the data that the user stores on the device's onboard storage.
2. Does the password protection function also apply to the Micro SD card inserted in the Mavic 2 Enterprise?
No. The password protection function only works on the device's 24 GB onboard storage.
3. In what situation do I need to enter a password on the Mavic 2 Enterprise?
When powering on the aircraft;
After connecting the aircraft with the remote controller;
When accessing the onboard storage data via a computer.
4. Can I manually set or change the password of the Mavic 2 Enterprise?
1. About GPS timestamping, what information does this function record?
GPS timestamping records the time and GPS coordinates of when and where images are taken.
2. How can I enable GPS timestamping?
You can enable GPS timestamping in Camera Settings.
1. Can I adjust the spotlight angle through a remote controller?
No. Currently, you can only adjust the spotlight angle manually before a flight.
2. What is the effective illumination distance of the spotlight?
The spotlight is capable of assisting the onboard camera to shoot clearly at around 30 meters away.
3. What is the effective communication distance of the loudspeaker?
Depending on background noise conditions, about 20 to 40 meters in general conditions.
4. What operation modes does the speaker have?
Does it support real-time voice transmission?
You can use the speaker to:
Play voice messages that are pre-recorded with the DJI Pilot app.
Transmit real-time voice call-outs on the ground.
5. What is the effective illumination distance of the beacon?
Depending on environments, approximately 5 kilometres in general conditions.
1. What advantages does the Mavic 2 Enterprise have over the Mavic Pro?
In addition to all the newly added and improved features like the modular accessories, AirSense, Password Protection, and more, the Mavic 2 Enterprise features OcuSync 2.0 - a new transmission system, capable of operating at a distance of up to 8 kilometers, and offers higher resolution, better anti-interference during flight, and lower latency.
2. How long does it take to charge the Mavic 2 Enterprise remote controller fully?
Approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes.
1. Can I use the Mavic 2 Enterprise batteries on Mavic 2 series and vice versa?
2. Can I charge the batteries and remote controllers simultaneously using the Mavic 2 Enterprise charger?
3. How long does it take to charge a Mavic 2 Enterprise battery fully?
Approximately 1 hour.
4. How can I enable the self-heating function of the batteries?
When the temperature is between -10°C to 6°C and the battery power is higher than 50%, if the battery is powered off, press and hold the battery power button for 5 seconds to enable self-heating.
If it is powered on and is mounted on an aircraft, the self-heating function will be automatically enabled.
5. Will the battery life reduce if stored incorrectly?
The batteries are capable of managing their battery levels automatically at all times.
1. What apps are compatible with the Mavic 2 Enterprise?
The Mavic 2 Enterprise is only compatible with the DJI Pilot mobile app.
2. Do I have to enable the GPS coordinate and timestamp manually?
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