Heisha Tech’s new D135 dock provides automated drone loading for DJI Matrice series and other larger enterprise drone solutions.
Heisha is focused on enabling automated drone operations by providing automated charging solutions for standard commercial drones. The Heisha DNEST was developed for the DJI Mavic series: The new D135 drone charging station was specially developed to support the DJI Matrice 300, Matrice 210 and other larger drones.
The 55-minute flight duration of the DJI Matrice 300 and the range of 15 km make it an ideal solution for long-haul flights around the world. However, missions such as inspections still require one or more pilots to be present. The Heisha D135 autonomous drone solution can support pilots in managing an order with its automatic take-off, self-landing and self-loading functions. “It takes 90 minutes to fully charge the Matrice 300 and there is no need to replace the battery. A chassis that is easy to retrofit takes over the loading work, ”says a press release.
A remote control drone loading dock
“The most brilliant part of the Heisha D135 drone charging station is the remote control function,” says the press release. “Manual flight or waypoint flight are optional. You can zoom in or out of the camera while in flight, or change perspective with just a few taps on the keyboard. Pilots can call up videos, images or a 720-degree panorama in real time with one click. “
While automated drone solutions “drone in the box” are developing, the Heisha D135 offers a drone-in-box hardware solution for your existing fleet. The D135 has air conditioning and an electronic weather station to ensure the base stays safe whatever the weather: the herringbone canopy takes the entire structure to a new level.
“Pilot-free is the biggest challenge facing the drone industry, and the Heisha D135 drone charging station takes us into the age of unmanned drones,” says Heisha.
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