Ever wondered how a drone could save someones life?
DJI invited us to Space 53 in Holland to check out the new Zenmuse XT2, a thermal imaging drone camera created in partnership with FLIR. Designed with public safety professionals in mind, the Zenmuse XT2 allows drone pilots to capture heat information otherwise invisible to the naked eye.
Coming with not one, but two camera sensors, the XT2 provides both visual and thermal video information. The 4K camera, next to an advanced radiometric thermal imaging camera, means users are able to capture video and thermal data side-by-side.
DJI has intended this tech to be used in specialized fields, largely for safety and industrial inspection. Teaming up with public safety authorities and law enforcement, the Zenmuse XT2 has also been designed for firefighter rescue missions. DJI demonstrated the tech by simulating a real-life house fire, then deploying an M200 drone