(L-R): Princess Chua, General Manager & EVP, MSI-ECS Phils, Inc.; Jimmy Go, President & CEO, MSI-ECS Phils, Inc.; Kevin On, Associate Director of Communications, DJI Asia Pacific; and Jan Gasparic, Strategic Partnerships & Business Development, DJI
Enderun Colleges, Taguig City – Now on its 11th year in the industry, Chinese technology company DJI continues to soar in providing topnotch drones and other first-rate unmanned aerial systems (UASs) across the globe. And this time, it’s the Philippine shore that it has decided to land on.
Holding exclusive distributorship to DJI products, MSI-ECS Phils, Inc. couldn’t be any prouder. Having partnered with countless tech companies would just attest that MSI-ECS Phils, Inc. is a foremost choice in the tech market. And with DJI, it has surely added another great name to its impressive portfolio.
Kevin On of DJI Asia Pacific talks about the newly released models and how DJI drones have helped shaped humanitarian technology through the years
Eyed mostly on creative professionals, DJI drones and cameras have extended their utility to industries that were far from being ideal. There’s the agriculture sector to cite. In this field, drones have greatly helped numerous farmers particularly in China. With DJI’s agricultural solution, these drones have aided farmers in spraying pesticides on crops, which truly makes their job a lot faster and truly convenient. Surprising at first but drones have also been merged in the world of sports, particularly in racing. For two consecutive years now, DJI drones have been used in the FIA World Rally Championship. Seemingly, these drones greatly factor in capturing the whole image of the race. DJI’s Technologies Aerial Analysis indeed provides a new way to compare drivers and their driving.
Other sectors wherein DJI drones have played an important role include: real estate, archaeology, search and rescue, wildlife, and more.
Below is a selection of that invited guests and exclusive media partners were able to witness first-hand:
Phantom 4 Pro
With a bigger and more powerful battery, the Phantom 4 Pro can fly for up to 30 minutes. It uses two cameras on the front and two cameras on the rear and has a bright screen so users can basically see everything.
Boasting a beyond smart statement, the Osmo Mobile will easily transform any smartphone into a smart motion camera. Providing a panoramic view for videos and images, this gizmo will surely let you see everything your eyes desire even the tiniest details of the subject.
Saving the best for last, invited guests couldn’t hold their thrill for the MAVIC PRO.� Evidently, this high-end drone comes in a different shape. It folds up to the size of a water bottle. It features five optical cameras and ultrasonic sensors for unparalleled stability, maneuverability, and safety.
An actual demo was held at the open area of Enderun Colleges, which was facilitated by DJI’s Rocky
Official SRPs for the Phantom 4 Pro, Osmo Mobile, and Mavic Pro will be announced soon