HEISHA DNEST for Autel EVO and DJI Mavic 2

The new HEISHA DNEST for Autel EVO and DJI Mavic is a drone-in-the-box charging system that allows users to work with a commercial off-the-shelf drone (COTS). (See video intro below.) HEISHA’s DNEST offers weather protection, charging, and more to convert commercial solutions into automated drone-in-the-box solutions.

The later version of the DNEST has a smart drone charging control board that allows the drone charging system to work with drones with 3S and 4S batteries. The latest HEISHA DNEST for Autel EVO is based on the Autel EVO II series and is compatible with the 6K, 8K and RTK models. Users can switch between the DJI Mavic and the Autel EVO: According to HEISHA, almost all commercial multi-rotor drones from the two brands are compatible with the charging system.

The latest HEISHA DNEST version is a breakthrough in the industry, according to a press release from HEISHA, allowing different brands of drones to use the same charging platform and enabling a multitude of new applications. The new DNEST is the perfect tool for drone service providers whose fleet can include commercial drones from both manufacturers. For drone operators who use different drones for a variety of applications on a construction site, the DNEST offers a universal solution.

According to HEISHA, the cooperation between Autel and HEISHA has a precision landing success rate of more than 99%. The new HEISHA DNEST for Autel EVO and DJI Mavic offers a new level of autonomy and value for powerful, readily available and lower cost COTS drones.

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