Raising the Industry Standard
The Mavic 3 Enterprise Series redefines industry standards for small commercial drones. With a mechanical shutter, a 56× zoom camera and an RTK module for centimeter-level precision - the Mavic 3E brings mapping and mission efficiency to new heights.
- Compact and Portable
- 56x Hybrid Zoom Capability
- 4/3 CMOS Wide Angle Camera
- 45-Minute Maximum Flight Time
- DJI O3 Enterprise Transmission System
- High-Volume Loudspeaker
- Centimeter-Level Positioning with RTK
Compact and Portable
Streamlined and compact, the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise Series can be carried in one hand and deployed at a moment's notice. Perfect for beginner and veteran pilots alike, it's built to perform on lengthy missions.
Hybrid Sensor Payload
The DJI Mavic 3E comes equipped with a wide angle and tele lens.
Wide - 4/3 CMOS, 20MP, Mechanical Shutter
Tele - Equivalent Focal Length: 162mm, 12MP, 56× Hybrid Zoom
Focus and Find
Both the DJI Mavic 3E and Mavic 3T are equipped with a 12MP Zoom Camera, supporting up to 56× Max Hybrid Zoom to see essential details from afar.
Survey with Speed
The DJI Mavic 3E's wide-angle 4/3 CMOS, 20MP sensor has a mechanical shutter to prevent motion blur and supports rapid 0.7-second interval shooting. Complete mapping missions with extraordinary efficiency without the need for Ground Control Points.
Improved Low-Light Performance
The DJI Mavic 3E's Wide camera has large 3.3µm pixels that, together with intelligent low-light mode, offer significantly improved performance in dim conditions.
Optimized for Endurance
The Mavic 3 Enterprise series features 45-min flight durations that allows you to cover more ground each mission, surveying up to 2 square kilometers in a single flight. The battery charging hub allows you to fast charge batteries with 100W charging hub, or directly charge the drone with 88W fast charging.
Next-Generation Image Transmission
DJI's Quad-antenna O3 Enterprise Transmission enables more stable connections in a wide variety of complex environments.
The Mavic 3 Enterprise series is equipped with wide-angle lenses on all sides for omnidirectional obstacle avoidance with zero blind spots. Adjust proximity alarms and braking distance depending on mission requirements.
Advanced Return To Home
Advanced RTH automatically plans the optimal route home, saving power, time, and hassle.
APAS 5.0 enables automatic rerouting around obstacles, so you can fly with peace of mind.
DJI Pilot 2
A revamped Enterprise flight interface designed to improve piloting efficiency and flight safety. Drone and payload controls can be easily accessed with one tap. Clear presentation of flight details and navigational information improves user experience together with support for various route types.
DJI FlightHub 2
All-in-one cloud drone operations management for your fleet with support for live annotations and cloud mapping for seamless ground-to-cloud synergy. Efficiently manage inspection operations with route planning and mission management.
Full featured mapping software for all stages of work, from mission planning to processing of 2D and 3D models.
DJI Thermal Analysis Tool 3.0
Analyze, annotate, and process images captured by M3T using DTAT 3.0 to detect temperature abnormalities in your inspections.
User Data Security
DJI is driven by the relentless pursuit of making complex technology accessible to all. Nowhere is this commitment more visible than in how they help commercial, civil, and government users around the world to find innovative ways to use their technology, bringing value throughout a wide range of industries. Given the unique role drones play as a data capture device, DJI understands how important data security is to commercial, civil and government customers. That’s why DJI gives users control over the data they generate. They buttress this commitment by providing in-depth information on how DJI drone platforms protect the data of customers, and outlining the strategies and processes they use to continually improve information security.
You Control Your Data
DJI will not access any user data unless the user grants DJI permission to do so. Users can choose to grant or revoke permissions anytime in the "Network Security Mode" settings. Such permissions include access to device information, flight records, device logs, approximate location information, user experience improvement program information, and whether DJI can share your device location with third-party map service providers in order to display your location on the map. You can enable "Local Data Mode" to use your device completely offline. In this case, you do not need to log in to your DJI account. Installer packages to upgrade your device can be downloaded directly from the DJI website. Soon, we will release features such as custom offline maps and offline import of certificates to unlock restricted zones.
Data Encrypted for Enhanced Security
Data transmitted between the drone and the controller on the ground is protected by the AES-256 encryption algorithm. The communication between the DJI Pilot app and the server is also protected by HTTPS or WebSockets over SSL/TLS (WSS) protocol to prevent hijacking by third parties.
Secure Device Media Storage
DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise drones support a password protection mechanism for onboard data storage to guarantee the security of sensitive images and resources. The Matrice M300 RTK and Zenmuse H20 combo also supports SD card storage encryption. When the password function is enabled, data stored in the SD card or onboard storage can be accessed only after the user-defined password is provided. The user-defined password is not shared with DJI, which means DJI cannot retrieve this password if you forget it.
Cloud Data Storage Security
DJI's data centers are built on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Alibaba Cloud. Alibaba Cloud is used only for customers in Mainland China. Amazon Web Services is used for all other regions. DJI users are not required to store any data with DJI. If they choose to do so, their data is kept in DJI's data centers which are equipped with a multi-layer protection mechanism. DJI will not transmit users' personal information or data across data centers or share any data with any third parties. Sensitive information such as email addresses, mobile numbers, and location information is given additional AES-256-CBC encryption.
Users can choose to erase any data generated during their use of DJI devices. To erase your data, go to the DJI Pilot app to clear the logs and cache on your device and the app, or restore the device to factory settings. If you decide not to use DJI’s services anymore, please email [email protected]
to ask DJI to delete all the data associated with your account.
Third Party Security Audits
The truth about DJI’s drones and software systems has been repeatedly examined and confirmed by trusted U.S. cybersecurity firms FTI Consulting, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Kivu Consulting, as well as U.S. federal agencies including the Department of Defense, Department of Interior, Department of Homeland Security and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Drone technology will always face scrutiny when used in sensitive or secure operations, just like other technology products – and rightfully so. As governments and enterprises set security standards for drone use, DJI’s goal is to meet or exceed those standards.
Open Developer Ecosystem
PSDK - PSDK is a unified interface that enables expansion of Mavic 3 Enterprise Series capabilities through third-party hardware.
MSDK - Mobile SDK 5 simplifies the development of apps to control the Mavic 3 Enterprise Series. Mobile SDK 5 is fully open source and comes with production code samples of core DJI Pilot 2 modules.
Cloud API - With Pilot 2's built-in MQTT based protocols in DJI Cloud API, you can directly connect the Mavic 3 Enterprise Series to Third-Party cloud platforms without having to develop an App. Access the drone's hardware, video live-stream, and photo data.