Feature Packed for Maximum Effectiveness
The DJI Mavic 3M Multispectral features many impressive capabilities that make it a powerful tool for end-users in the agricultural field.
Compact & Portable
A small, foldable design makes for easy transport and storage.
Powerful Multispectral Camera
Features 4x5MP, and G/R/RE/NIR lenses.
Includes a 20MP, 4/3 CMOS with a mechanical shutter.
Effective Aerial Surveying
Capable of surveying up to 200 hectares per flight.
Safe and Stable
Features omnidirectional obstacle avoidance and 9.3-miles (15km) of transmission range.
Centimeter-level RTK positioning and Microsecond-level time synchronization.
Multispectral & RGB imaging system
The newly upgraded imaging system with one 20MP RGB camera and four additional 5MP multispectral cameras (green, red, red edge, near infrared) provides unparalleled results. The use of multiple cameras enables applications such as high-precision aerial surveying, crop growth monitoring and natural resource surveys.
5MP Multispectral Cameras
- Near-infrared (NIR) 860 nm ± 26 nm
- Red (R) 650 nm ± 16 nm
- Red edge (RE) 730 nm ± 16 nm
- Green (G) 560 nm ± 16 nm
- 4/3 CMOS 20MP image sensor
- 1/2000s mechanical shutter speed
- 0.7s high-speed burst while using RGB camera
The built-in sunlight sensor captures solar irradiance and records it in an image file, allowing for light compensation of image data during 2D reconstruction. This results in more accurate NDVI results, as well as improved accuracy and consistency of data acquired over time.
Flight control, the camera, and the RTK module sync in microseconds to accurately capture the location of each camera's imaging center. This enables Mavic 3M to do high-precision aerial surveying without using ground control points.
Efficient Battery Life
The Mavic 3M comes equipped with extended flight capabilities, allowing you to cover more area per battery.
- 43-minute cruise time
- 200 hectare mapping capability per battery
Fast Charge Time
The 100W battery charging hub provides high-efficiency, fast charging for less downtime.
Stable Image Transmission
DJI's O3 transmission integrates two transmitting signals and four receiving signals to support 9.3-mile (15km) ultra-long transmission distances.
Omnidirectional Obstacle Avoidance
The aircraft features multiple wide-FOV vision sensors that accurately detect obstacles in all directions for omnidirectional obstacle avoidance. The terrain-follow aerial surveying can be easily performed in steep-slope landscapes.
The Mavic 3M allows terrain-follow aerial surveying of orchards, even on sloped landscapes. Together with DJI Terra or DJI SmartFarm Platform to reconstruct high-resolution orchard maps, automatically identify the number of trees, distinguish trees from other obstacles or objects, and generate three-dimensional operation routes for agricultural drones, making operations safer and more efficient.
Guide Variable Rate Applications
For rice fertilization, cotton growth regulation, and potato foliar fertilizer spraying, the Mavic 3M is used to obtain multi-spectral images of crops. DJI Terra or the DJI SmartFarm Platform can then generate NDVI and other vegetation indices maps, capturing differences in crop potential and generating prescription maps that allow agricultural drones to execute variable-rate application. This ultimately allows users to reduce costs, increase yield, and protect the environment.
Intelligent Field Scouting
The Mavic 3M can carry out automatic field scouting. The field scout images can be uploaded to the DJI SmartFarm Platform in real time through a 4G network. It can find abnormalities, such as emergence deficiencies, weed pressure, and crop lodging in a timely manner. It can also conduct intelligent analyses, such as cotton seedling identification and rice production testing, using AI identification for real-time sharing of crop growth information, guidance of agronomic activities, and easy management of 70 hectares of farmland by one person.
The Mavic 3M can also be used in environment and natural resource surveys, such as water enrichment monitoring, forest distribution surveys, urban green area surveys, and more.
The Mavic 3M can be directly connected to a third-party cloud platform via Pilot 2's built-in DJI Cloud API based on the MQTT protocol. There is no need to develop an app separately to enable the transmission of UAV equipment information, live streaming, photo data, and other information.
The Mavic 3M supports Mobile SDK 5 (MSDK5) with a fully open-source production code sample. The MSDK5 makes it possible to develop a proprietary control app for UAV field patrol, smart surveying, and other scenarios, making it more user-friendly.