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Media Update 05 March 2020

News   •   Mar 05, 2020 10:15 GMT

The DJI Equipment that is Helping in the Fight Against the Coronavirus

As we see how the fight against the coronavirus in China is showing successful results, with rates of infection starting to decrease, take a look at some of the DJI equipment that is contributing to this battle.

Supply Delivery

For epidemic prevention, drones can be utilised by officials to deliver emergency supplies to citizens.

Equipment: Matrice 600 Pro

Inspection, Dispersion and Broadcast

Drones can help disperse traffic and reduce close contact between traffic police and drivers.

Through its onboard speaker, drones can also be used to support public advisory efforts by broadcasting critical health and safety information.

Equipment: Mavic 2 Enterprise, Speaker, PSDK Speaker, High-Powered Speaker, Spotlight.

Body Temperature Measurement

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, common areas across China have required a quick temperature check to screen for potentially infected people. To minimise the risk of spreading the disease, DJI has experimented with a way to utilise the Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual to give an indication of body temperature. The results should therefore be treated as a reference and not be used as a standard for medical evaluation.

Equipment: Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual

Spraying Disinfectant

DJI Agras pilots across China have actively cooperated with partners to support epidemic prevention with DJI agriculture drones by spraying and disinfecting villages and main streets in towns.

Equipment: Agras MG-1P Series and Agras T16

If you would like further information or any images relating to the above, please email pr.eu@dji.com

SkyPixel Announces Winners of its 5th Anniversary Aerial Photo & Video Contest

SkyPixel, one of the world’s most popular aerial photography community, has announced the winners of its 5th Anniversary Aerial Photo & Video Contest. Co-organized with DJI and partnered with Nikon, SanDisk and Western Digital Corp, this year’s contest attracted thousands of professional photographers, videographers, aerial enthusiasts and content creators from 140 countries.

To celebrate its 5th anniversary, SkyPixel awarded 56 category winners and finalist prize packages worth over $117,000 (around €105,000) combined. This year’s contest featured nine storytelling categories spanning two disciplines, videography and photography. In honour of the competition’s 5th anniversary, an additional category, Aerial Story, which invites users to share their journeys from a drone's perspective, was added.

You can share the winner’s amazing works with your readers via this link.

Behind-the-Scenes of DJI stabilisers in Hollywood productions

Ever wondered how cinematographers create the incredible shots we see on screen?

Veteran cinematographer, Serge Desrosiers, uncovers those mysteries, interviewing camera operators while shooting a scene on the set of the hit FX series, Legion.  Here, DJI’s series of professional filming equipment like the Ronin 2 and Master Wheels is fully embraced, to give users the freedom and time to craft the perfect story.

Share this amazing DJI story with your readers with this link.

Portraits of the Incredible Craftspeople of Peru with a Hasselblad

Finding himself amidst the most incredible craftspeople from Lima to Cusco to Puno, Roman Jehanno travelled across Peru to capture stunning portraits of various artisans, farmers, bakers, and more.

Working every day in the same style as the Nazca or Incas used to do or in the traditions that the Spanish brought, Roman’s Peruvian portraits captured with the H6D-100c help to preserve and spread this cultural awareness about the lives and work of so many talented, hidden artists.

These stunning images can be shared with your readers by directing them to the Hasselblad official website.

If you would like any further information please contact: nathalie.gerke@hasselblad.com

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