Growing Together: The American Drone Industry and DJI
From day one, DJI has been proud of what our users have made possible. With our technology and your ideas, award-winning films have been produced, new job opportunities have been created, and lives have been saved. Simply put, DJI has been a key player in making civilian drone use as reliable and essential as it is today around the globe.
Most recently, the U.S. Senate held one such discussion, a hearing last week at a Commerce, Science and Transportation subcommittee entitled “Drone Security: Enhancing Innovation and Mitigating Supply Chain Risks.” We were not part of this dialogue, which unfortunately included inaccurate information and speculation about drone use and technology, potentially leading to restrictions on the access of DJI’s drones, purely based on where we are headquartered.
Read the full article on ViewPoints, DJI's blog and find out in an open letter we have sent to the leaders of this Senate committee, how we hope to build upon the accomplishments we as an industry have all achieved together.
DJI Creates High-Security Solution for Government Drone Programs
DJI has introduced DJI Government Edition, a new comprehensive drone solution created specifically for use in high-security situations by government agencies around the world.
While DJI customers have always had full control over how the data they generate with drones is collected, stored and transmitted, Government Edition’s unique architecture ensures that drone data – including photos and videos captured during flight – never leave the drone and therefore can never be shared with unauthorized parties including DJI. This architecture ensures Government Edition meets the stringent requirements of the government sector for data management, risk mitigation, and enterprise-level data sharing control.
To learn more about DJI Government Edition, take a look at the video and read the full press release here.
A DJI Webinar to Explain the New EU Drone Regulations
DJI Enterprise is pleased to see that commercial drone operators can look forward to a set of clear and coherent rules across most of Europe.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published these new regulations, and DJI will provide you with an overview in a webinar that will take place on 05 July at 10.00 CEST.
Moreover, get a chance to engage with Christian Struwe, Head of Public Policy, EMEA and Ronald Liebsch, Technical Standards Manager, EMEA for any questions or discussions on what this means for your business.
You can register for the webinar via this link.
On the Set of Chernobyl with a Hasselblad
A member of the creative industry and an avid photographer, Swedish director Johan Renck is indeed no stranger to Hasselblad. Having worked with classic V System cameras along with studio shoots using the H System, he nowadays brings the portable X1D-50c along with him on his creative journeys to collect personal snapshots. On the set of his latest mini-series, Chernobyl, Johan preserved moments of reconstructed 1986 Soviet Ukraine with the X System camera, praising its files for their elevated quality and cinematic richness.
His valuable photos can be shared with your readers by directing them to the Hasselblad official website.
If you would like any further information please contact: Ida.Gustafsson@hasselblad.com