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DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual with Enterprise Shield Basic


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  • Integrated 160x120 resolution radiometric FLIR infrared thermal camera and visible light camera
  • 12 MP photo, and vibration-free 4K ultra-high-definition video
  • Transmit live video over 4.97-mile (8-km) range in 1080p HD
  • Up to 31 minutes of flight time
  • Top speed of 44.7 mph (72 kph)
  • Spotlight, speaker, and beacon mountable

Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual features a three-axis gimbal stabilized camera housing a 4K sensor for capturing visible light and a FLIR radiometric infrared sensor for capturing thermal images. Together these sensors allow pilots to perform flights at night, as well as fly in complex daytime conditions like fog and smoke.

Users can select from the following multiple intelligent display modes in the DJI Pilot flight control app to visualize data from the dual-sensor camera:

  • FLIR MSX – Combine visual and thermal data in real time to enhance visual details, enabling quick identification and interpretation of critical data that may not be immediately visible to the naked eye.
  • Spot Meter – Display the average temperature of an object to monitor and measure critical or hazardous thermal conditions while maintaining a safe distance.
  • Area Measurement – Display the average, the lowest, and the highest temperature of an area to easily assess the thermal profile and determine if an asset may be overheating in the monitored area.
  • Isotherm – Set specific temperature ranges to display a thermal map of an area that highlights the locations of objects and areas that fall within this predefined thermal range.

Note: The video below is for demonstration purposes only and may not represent actual product.

More Performance for First Responders, Law Enforcement, and Security

The DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise UAV cost-effectively performs many tasks demanded by first responders, search-and-rescue professionals, and security teams. Capable of flying in darkness and shooting nighttime imagery, the Mavic 2 Enterprise costs far less than a drone equipped with an infrared camera.

Firefighters can use Mavic 2 Enterprise to assess conditions in natural and urban settings. Attach the included loudspeaker and remotely deliver evacuation orders or directions to the safest way out using the Mavic 2 Enterprise. You can also use the speaker to deliver instructions to injured victims involved in land or water accidents.

The included beacon attachment flashes a white light that is visible as far as 3 miles (4.8 km), allowing others on your team or support personnel to track your position. The beacon is visible in darkness, and through fog or smoke. Attach the Mavic 2 Enterprise to a tether system and significantly prolong the beacon signal.

Mount the included spotlight to capture 4K video or 12MP images of an accident or to track a target at night.

Intelligent Flight Battery

The self-heating Intelligent Flight Battery allows operations of the Mavic 2 Enterprise in temperatures down to 14°F (-10°C). The temperature controller can be set manually using the remote controller. Each battery gives up to 31 minutes of flight time. Using the included accessories slightly reduces flight time.

Mavic 2 Enterprise batteries are interchangeable with those of the Mavic 2 Zoom and Mavic 2 Pro. The included Mavic 2 charger and available charging hub will charge the batteries of any Mavic 2 model. A full charge takes about an hour. A hub will charge up to four batteries in sequence, starting with the battery that has the highest reserve, then automatically moving on to the next highest.

Password Protected Data and Equipment

Security of both the aircraft and data is paramount with the Mavic 2 Enterprise. Both the aircraft and data recorded on the 4GB internal memory are password protected. The password can be set manually, and changed periodically for added security or when operators change. Without the password, Mavic 2 Enterprise cannot be powered or flown, and no one can access the 24GB internal data.

An external Micro SD cards can be used to increase the overall storage memory.

GPS Time Stamping

When GPS time stamping is activated in the camera settings, videos and still images are recorded with the current time and GPS coordinate information. This information is important when visual data is presented as evidence, and it enables inspectors and investigators to quickly identify the location of the scene and return to the sight for a further studies.


Mavic 2 Enterprise, like its Mavic 2 siblings, has Hyperlapse capabilities, allowing the drone’s camera to take quality aerial photos and automatically edit them together into a time-lapse. The drone can be moving while shooting these images, and pre-programmed modes are available for easy setup.

The Free setting lets you control the drone manually and the Circle setting lets you fly a circle around your subject, capturing images in the interval and duration that was chosen in the settings. Select a point on the map with the Course Lock setting, and the Mavic 2 Enterprise will automatically fly to the selected location. The flight path can be manually adjusted along the way. The Waypoint setting allows the selection of multiple points on the map. The Mavic 2 Enterprise flies to each location while creating time-lapse images throughout the entire route.

To ensure a Hyperlapse flight is successfully completed, OcuSync 2.0 provides battery life warning as the flight path is set.

Super Resolution, Enhanced HDR, and HyperLight

DJI software upgrades improve the quality of imagery on the Mavic 2 Enterprise. Super Resolution creates a 48MP image using the 24mm focal length. Enhanced High Dynamic Range (HDR) creates 13 exposure values in each image and results in greater contrast. HyperLight optimizes HDR in low light.

3-Axis Gimbal

The Mavic 2 Enterprise is equipped with DJI's high-performance gimbal to cancel out drone movements, mechanical vibrations, and air turbulence that adversely affect photo and video clarity. Capture images with confidence that the 3-axis mechanical gimbal will provide stable, shake-free video, even though conditions make smooth flight difficult.

Omni-directional Obstacle Avoidance

The Mavic 2 Enterprise has sensors on every direction for advanced obstacle avoidance: front, back, top, bottom, and on both sides. Using these sensors and the included Advanced Pilot Assistance System, it is capable of avoiding obstacles while flying forward or backward. Note that the right and left sensors operate only in Tripod mode. In low-light conditions, including indoor flights when GPS is not in use, bright built-in lights assist downward sensors. These lights are visible during flight, even in daytime. The included Mavic 2 Enterprise spotlights can also provide powerful illumination to aid navigation in dim light conditions or at night.

Powerful Long Range Video Transmission

The live video feed of the Mavic 2 Enterprise is transmitted at 1080p from as far as 5 miles (8 km) using OcuSync 2.0. The video transmission system delivers strong signals, avoiding interference by automatically switching between 2.4 and 5.8 GHz frequencies.

Pilot Aids for Enhanced Control

Mavic 2 Enterprise provides the pilot with navigation and photography/videography aids to make flying and operating the drone easier.

With GPS satellite positioning, the drone can be sent back to a precise location to resume a shoot, surveillance or an inspection. A shoot can be stored using Task Library so that it can be recalled and repeated in a future shoot. The Task Library stores information about the route flown, the altitude, the drone movements, and the photos/videos recorded.

The Advanced Pilot Assistance System augments obstacle avoidance when flying forward and backward. Once an obstacle is detected, the Mavic 2 Enterprise drone automatically flies over or around an object in its path without stopping.

ActiveTrack 2.0 allows the drone to lock on and follow subjects, including fast-moving targets, such as cars. It has trajectory assistance to help determine where the subject is heading, and follows it even after temporarily losing sight of the subject due to obstacles or terrain. Point of Interest, Tripod, Waypoint 2.0, Asteroid, Helix, Dronie and Boomerang enable the Mavic 2 Enterprise to perform preprogrammed flights and aerobatics while filming points selected on-screen by the pilot.

Compatible with DJI Pilot

Downloadable to both iOS and Android devices, DJI Pilot uses the remote controller using DJI Go 4 to allow pilots to build more detail into flight plans and generate semi-automatic inspection procedures. DJI Pilot can share live video from the Mavic 2 Enterprise to DJI FlightHub, a multi-drone fleet management software. It can also use Local Data Mode to protect data and can display warning signals from nearby aircraft through AirSense.

Extended Port

An industry-first, the Mavic 2 Enterprise comes with a built-in extended port that allows users to mount DJI modular accessories onto the drone. These modular accessories are intended to provide enhanced accessibility, particularly for public safety agencies, empowering users with a tool that is both flexible and highly capable.

  • M2E Spotlight
    A dual spotlight intended to aid users performing missions in low-light areas with greater ease and mobility.
  • M2E Speaker
    A loudspeaker with a projection of 100dB, which can be used for real-time voice transmission, and allows for the storage of voice recordings which can be replayed anytime.
  • M2E Beacon
    A strobe light intended to enhance safety when conducting missions in low light areas, allowing other pilots to easily spot the aircraft from a distance.

Stay Informed of Your Immediate Airspace

Avoid hazards in the sky with DJI AirSense, an integrated ADS-B receiver, which enhances your airspace safety by giving you instant real-time positioning alerts on nearby manned aircraft.

FOC ESCs & Propulsion

The Mavic 2 Enterprise comes with a new set of low noise propellers, ideal for maneuvering through complex environments while reducing propeller sound. With this new and improved propulsion system, users can enjoy an extended flight time of up to 31 minutes and a maximum speed of 44.7 mph (72 kph).

Discreet Flying Mode

For law enforcement or sensitive missions that require a low-detection flight, especially during the night, simply turn off the aircraft LED lights during the mission.

    In the Box

    • Aircraft -1
    • Remote Controller – 1
    • Battery Charger -1
    • Power Cable -1
    • Intelligent Flight Battery -1
    • Gimbal Protector – 1
    • Propeller (Pair) – 3
    • Spare Control Stick (pair) -1
    • Communication Cable-USB3.0 Type-C -1
    • USB Adapter -1
    • Extended Port Cover -1
    • Speaker -1
    • Spotlight -1
    • Beacon-1
    • RC Cable (Lightning connector) -1
    • RC Cable (Standard Micro USB) -1
    • RC Cable (USB-C) -1
    • Manual -1
    • Hard Case -1


    1. In some cases, operations with modular accessories may require special approval. Please check your local regulations.
    2. Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing includes left/right, up/down, and forward/backward. Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing does not cover all 360 degrees of the Mavic 2 aircraft.
    3. Kindly note that APAS is currently not supported on the Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual Edition, it is only available on the Zoom Edition.
    4. Due to local policies, some countries do not support 5.8 GHz transmission.
    5. Unobstructed, free of interference, when FCC compliant. Maximum flight range specification is a proxy for radio link strength and resilience. Always fly your drone within visual line of sight unless otherwise permitted.
    6. Acquired at a constant speed of 25 kph, free of wind. Actual flight time may vary because of the environment, use of flight modes, and or modular accessories.

      Technical specifications for the Mavic 2 Enterprise solution can be found in DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Specifications.

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