DJI has updated the capabilities of its largest drone series by introducing the new Matrice 600 Pro, which the company says offers improved flight performance; a more powerful battery charging system; and better loading capacity for cinema cameras, industrial equipment and other aerial applications.
The M600 Pro’s A3 Pro flight controller comes with triple modular redundancy and diagnostic algorithms that compare sensor data from three sets of global navigation satellite system (GNSS) units. According to DJI, this enhances precision control and improves overall safety.
In addition, vibration damping balls have been added to the flight controller’s redundant IMU module and main controller in order to absorb more shake and reduce more noise.
The compatibility with D-RTK GNSS makes the A3 Pro withstand magnetic interference and provides centimeter-level accuracy, which makes it suitable for industrial applications.
“The M600 Pro is DJI’s most advanced platform for aerial cinematographers and commercial users. With its simple and easy set-up system, triple redundancy and improved stability, the platform offers an unparalleled experience for professional users,” says Aaron Zhao, senior product manager at DJI.
DJI says its E2000 Pro dustproof propulsion system simplifies maintenance, and its active cooling motors ensure that operation is reliable for extended periods of time.
The M600 Pro is compatible with DJI’s Zenmuse camera series, the Ronin-MX gimbal and DJI Focus. Additionally, it supports a payload of 6 kg.
The M600 Pro has also been optimized for transportation and comes with pre-installed arms and antennas. When folded, the platform is smaller than the standard M600.