Offering more precise positioning, the DJI Matrice 210 RTK quadcopter is a sophisticated industrial tool. The RTK maintains the Matrice 210’s power, maneuverability and adaptability to a range of industrial uses. The 210 RTK remains an economical solution for enterprise users seeking to add a drone to enhance accuracy, reduce costs and save time. It has the ability to carry and use two cameras simultaneously, or one upward-facing camera.
The DJI Matrice 210 RTK DOES NOT come with an attachable camera. If features a built in FPV camera for navigating ONLY. You can select the compatible cameras most useful in your field, including models capable of thermal imaging, high-definition video and zooming for detail.
With RTK — Real Time Kinetics — the Matrice 210 RTK offers centimeter-accurate global positioning. RTK capability enhances the Matrice 210’s ability to collect data for surveying, photogrammetry and mapmaking. That makes the 210 RTK especially useful in such applications as engineering, construction and mining.
The 210 RTK is built to IP43 resistance, so it cam be flown in the rain. It is sized to remain stable in crosswinds, with added stability from its 17-inch propellers. Its foldable body, plus removable batteries, propellers and landing gear, make it easy to store and transport in the included case.
The Matrice 210 is strong enough to lift two cameras simultaneously. That means you can operate side-by-side thermal-imaging and video/still cameras. Fly at up to 51.4 mph. Ascend at more than 11 mph and descend at nearly 7 mph. Because the Matrice has arms that unfold to nearly 35 inches and carry big 17-inch propellers, it is stable in crosswinds up to 22 mph. It can operate at up to 8,200 feet above sea level.
The Matrice 210 is engineered to IP43 standards. That means it can resist solid objects in excess of 1 mm in diameter and water sprayed from all directions, even at a 60-degree angle. With its hard shell body, the Matrice is usable in light rain. If used over sandy and dusty environments, it should be checked for and cleaned of foreign debris after use. The Matrice 200 series can be flown in temperatures as low as -4F.
The Matrice 210 remote controller’s signals extend 4.3 miles. DJI Go 4 App
The DJI Go 4 flight control app is available for downloading to a smartphone or tablet. It is compatible with any operating system from iOS 9.0 or later, and Android 4.4.0 or later. The program offers Flight Autonomy and obstacle avoidance.
The included remote controller sends and receives signals up to 4.3 miles. The controller connects to a smartphone or tablet, which displays drone movement as seen through the built-in, forward-pointing FPV camera. It allows toggling from FPV to camera views.
Matrice runs on twin TB50 batteries, at 4280 mAh. Matrice 200 series batteries must be charged to within 13 percent of each other or takeoff is blocked. If one battery fails during flight, the pilot receives a warning and should land the drone. The batteries are self-heated, allowing flight in freezing temperatures. Insulation stickers are included.
The Matrice has an array of sensors that promote precise hovering without incident. In addition to overhead infrared sensors for obstacle avoidance, Matrice 200 drones have downward and forward visioning sensors. The sensors add extra protection from striking obstacles during inspections.
Every Matrice 200 drone has an onboard software development kit. This allows development of industry-specific programs. Compatible platforms are Windows, Linux, Embedded Systems STM 32, and ROS. Mobile SDK allows development of mobile apps for Matrice 200 drones.
Matrice 210 models have multifunction I/O ports for precision analog-to-digital conversion, pulse-width modulation and digital I/O functionality.
Opt for any in a range of professional-level Matrice-compatible cameras:
XT — With thermal imaging by FLIR, the Zenmuse XT camera reveals heat sources, including at night. Available in four fixed-lens options. Imaging at 640/30fps or 336/30fps, depending on model. Best uses: Electrical tower inspections, solar panel inspections, search and rescue, firefighting, precision agriculture.
Z30 — How close a view do you want, and from how far away? The Zenmuse Z30 has a fixed lens that zooms up to 30x, with 6x distortion-free digital zoom, for a maximum 180x magnification. Best uses: Cell tower inspection, wind turbine inspection, firefighting.
X4S — Detailed images are captured by a huge 1-inch sensor on the Zenmuse X4S. Its leaf shutter eliminates rolling distortion to capture fast action with a 24mm-equivalent lens. The X4S records 4K video at 6 fps in H.265 for superior slow motion, or 4K at 30 fps in h.264. Transfer rate is 100mbps. Stills are 20MP shot in bursts up to 14fps. It has fast autofocus. Best uses: High-quality aerial video and stills, including mapmaking.
X5S — With a range of interchangeable lenses and two two zoom lenses, the Zenmuse XS5 to select the focal lengths that are ideal for your needs. Video is recorded in 5.2K or 4K. Stills are recorded at 20.89MP and shot in bursts up to 20fps. Aperture and shutter control is automatic or manual. Best uses: High-quality aerial video and still photography, including mapmaking.
The Matrice 210 can be applied to a wide range of professional uses, in addition to high-quality aerial video production and photography:
Firefighting: A Matrice mounted with a DJI XT, an infrared camera that records thermal images, can detect heat sources, making it a lifesaving tool or firefighters. A Matrice so equipped can hover over a fire scene and reveal fire hidden in walls and roofs. That helps firefighters know where to attack the blaze, step on a roof safely, and vent smoke. It also can spot hotspots that need further attention.
Search-and-rescue: An XT-equipped Matrice can scan the rubble left by an earthquake, fierce storm, explosion or terrorist attack for heat sources that may indicate buried survivors. It can also spot victims of a derailment or air crash who might have taken shelter in dense woods.
Police: Surveillance is conducted away from the subject, with automatic tracking of the subject as he moves. Close-up evidentiary photos can be taken with zoom lenses.
Security: Thermal imaging can detect intruders hiding inside or outside buildings, and escapees hiding in dense foliage. Dogs may pick up the scent, but the Matrice can determine how far away fugitives are. The Matrice can patrol a sprawling roof, and it can monitor a perimeter day or night faster than a team in a vehicle or on foot. It also can view large areas that may mandate a tall view, such as a freight yard or prison yard.
Utility Inspections: A thermal-imaging Matrice can spot leaks in solar panels, pipelines (even if buried) and high-tension lines. Mounting a thermal camera and video camera simultaneously on a Matrice 210 provides additional detailed looks at hard-to-reach locations, such as the tops of wind turbines and towers.
Telecom inspections: Inspect cell towers and relay stations without the need to endanger inspectors, who remain on the ground. Images can be shared simultaneously an recorded for later study.
Construction: The Matrice can be involved in most phases, beginning with aerial imaging and data gathering for making site and topographical maps, and building 2D and 3D models. Inspections of tall structures become easier, faster and safer, and aerial photos detailing progress can be shared with regulators, decision-makers and shareholders.
Infrastructure inspections: Far-flung networks of catenary lines for trolleys and trains are seemingly smaller when inspected by a Matrice. Tall buildings seem shorter. Bridges are more easily viewed when an upward-facing camera is mounted on the Matrice 210’s top gimbal mount. If the downward mounts are used, thermal and high-definition cameras can be mounted and used simultaneously, side-by-side.
Agriculture: With a thermal camera-equipped Matrice 210 and a subscription to an online analytical service, farmers can map crops faster than from roads or fields. They can use the data collected to determine crop choices, seed selection, irrigation, planting sequences, the presence of diseases and treatment, and potential yields.
Mining: Aerial imaging and data collection can be used for highly accurate surveys and for building maps and 2D and 3D models. The Matrice can view hazardous and poorly accessed spots, such as high walls and muck piles. It also an fly visually indoors, even underground.
The M210 builds on the features from the M200 with the ability to mount multiple payload configurations – one single downward facing gimbal, dual downward-facing gimbals, or one upward-facing gimbal. The dual gimbal configuration unlocks 5 different combinations, please refer to the following table to properly mount you cameras. Left and right gimbal port is determined from the perspective of looking directly at the nose of the drone.
The M210 adds additional connectivity and power ports to support third party sensors and accessories. The M210 has the capability to support additional sensors in the future and additional payloads can be mounted on top of the aircraft. Each purchase of the M210 models comes with DJI's CrystalSky monitor for enhanced operations.
The M210 Series drones utilize computer vision for intelligent flight modes to help more efficiently collect data. These features are available for multiple DJI sensors, enabling advanced shots such as zooming while tracking an object:
These modes are enabled by two front visual sensors, a ultrasonic and visual downward positioning system and an upper infrared sensor.
DJI GO 4 mobile app can be used to control and customize the Matrice 200 Series. iPad users can also plan flights through DJI’s GS Pro app. In addition to that, the M210 Series supports the brand new DJI Pilot Android app, which is specifically designed for enterprise users, optimizing user experience and flight performance. The DJI Pilot app will be available once the M200 Series has begun shipment.
The DJI Pilot app is compatible with DJI FlightHubTM, a web-based software package allowing teams to share real-time data with offsite parties over the Internet. This includes remote emergency situation control rooms keeping track of first response teams or asset management centers inspecting global infrastructure networks. In an easy-to-use control center, DJI FlightHub lets users plan flights with multiple drones and keep track of each aircraft’s status. An offsite control room can simultaneously monitor live feeds and can remotely control gimbal and camera. The software enables managers to plan flights in advance using waypoints and dynamic geofencing.
The M200 offers two battery options – a standard 4280 mAh version (TB50) and a more powerful version with a 7660 mAh capacity (TB55) that increases max flight times to 38 minutes.
You can view a detailed flight time chart here: www.dji.com/matrice-200-series/payloads
The M200 series is designed for professionals using drones for more precise, efficient and safe aerial data collection. Examples of industry applications include:
More information about the M200’s applications can be found at www.dji.com/matrice-200-series/applications.