Wouldn’t bet on it. Seen it said to many times before then they jump back. Never under estimate DJI. They been in the game to long.I am almost willing to bet that DJI is at the end of their rope as far as being a leader innovation comes for a while. There are too many other companies doing work with AI, sensors and modular design that we are about to see to even worry about them making a big change that doesn't cost $10k+.
Interesting. Very sound considering it's been at least 3 years since anything game changing has come out. They have been second fiddle to Skydio and Autel for the past two. We'll see what happens with the U.S. commerce ban and what companies arise during it. I would keep my eyes on Teal.Wouldn’t bet on it. Seen it said to many times before then they jump back. Never under estimate DJI. They been in the game to long.
I don't see them necessarily losing ground but in regards to "redefining" I don't see anything on the Dev board. What you will find is customers complaining about lack of functionality provided mostly because they stall support for 3rd party apps and yet they don't improve the functionality of their own software. We primarily fly DJI, but there are many cases in which we just can't accomplish the goal of the mission without the functionality or a 3rd party app. If they would release a mid-sized hexacopter to cover the ground between the Phantom/Mavic and the Matrice that would be a redefinition to everyone except Yuneec. Time will surely tell!Well it’s hard for me to see it any other way being a DJI fanboy
but they did come out with the Mini2 which I wish I had waited
on but didn’t. As far as Autel and Skydio which I Mod in I see the issues they have. Can‘t converse in those as I don’t have ether.
I just don’t see DJI losing any ground. Time will tell though.
How is it going to be legal to fly in the United States? Unless you have an observer that can keep their eyes on something flying in this manner you're not complying with VLOS regulations especially when they tout how far you can fly one. Personally as a 107 pilot that makes a living with drones I don't see this going well.Not only what has been said above but if this new FPV drone comes out and it is a crossover between racing and photography as far as stability goes that could be a game-changer. Also, I am told it may have some new AI features for tracking fast-moving targets. Again crossover between FPV and photo drone. All that considered this will give some new angles we have not seen yet from photographers. As opposed to a limited few racing pilots that can get those kinds of angles.
Well Regulation side is a completely different discussion, But "trees don't kill drones", "Pilots kill drones with trees"How is it going to be legal to fly in the United States? Unless you have an observer that can keep their eyes on something flying in this manner you're not complying with VLOS regulations especially when they tout how far you can fly one. Personally as a 107 pilot that makes a living with drones I don't see this going well.
The sad part is that I recognize one of those guys, I do like how this shows you how many times they tried the same move and failed before they got it right for their Youtube video where they make it look easy. These people do have extraordinary talents much like those that are competitive shooters. They just never tell you how many they destroyed practicing. But in the Business of selling these DJI FPV Combos at $1299 one will have to put in an effort of caution or go broke quickly.Well said. I just have a sinking feeling that all drones will soon be subject to much stricter local ordinances because of the inevitable increase of accidents because of people becoming situationally isolated with goggles on and a 60mph drone. I guess time will tell.