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DJI M300 - The Future Is Here

February 10, 2022 - Logan Renz, Sean Meacham
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DJI M300
The latest and greatest aircraft from DJI is the M300. This quadcopter boasts a roughly 40 minute realistic flight time and emergency three motor landing feature. The two batteries required for flight weigh three pounds each to supply the 48 volt system. The transmission distance now boasts a range of around 9 miles with a max speed of 51 miles per hour. This aircraft comes with a wide angle first person view (FPV) camera. Maximum flight time without payload is 55 minutes, with maximum takeoff weight of 20 lbs the flight time is 31 minutes. The primary flight display merges real-time flight and navigation data into one integrated display.

The FPV camera now has the ability to show:
  • Speed Wheel
  • Horizontal Speed
  • Wind Speed and Direction
  • Artificial Horizon
  • Heading Indicator
  • Flight Path
  • Flight Altitude
  • Absolute Altitude
Researchers at Mississippi State University are currently using the DJI M300 with a LIDAR sensor to survey land. Other sensors that can be attached are RGB, thermal, and range finders.