The DJI M300 comes with a 55 minute maximum flight time, advanced AI capabilities, six directional sensing and positioning and the ability to carry three payloads. These include hybrid camera solutions designed especially for the platform – this IP45-rated drone sets a new standard, combining intelligence with high performance reliability.
Enhanced Flight Performance
The DJI M300 RTK is an evolution for drone capability and reliability. The refined airframe and propulsion system design gives you a more efficient and stable flight, even in harsh conditions.
The aircraft has an increased wind resistance of 15m/s (33.5mph) and benefits from a higher IP45 rating. The M300 RTK is an IP45-rated drone meaning that this new release aircraft can withstand more extreme conditions.
IP45 Rating and Waterproofing
IP45 means that the M300 RTK is protected against solid objects greater than 1mm, such as screws and wires.
In terms of the M300 RTK’s waterproofing, the IP45 rating means that the aircraft is protected against low pressure jets of water (splashing water) from any angle. DJI has stated that the drone can withstand rain of 100mm/24h.
To supplement the IP45 rating, the drone can operate in temperatures from -20°C to 50°C, making it a safe and effective platform in a variety of challenging environments.
Maximum Flight Time
The drone’s maximum flight time is 55 minutes (without payload) or 31 minutes when it is at its maximum take-off weight of 9kg.
When carrying the new H2OT sensor, the M300 RTK can stay airborne for up to 42 minutes, or 45 minutes when integrated with either an XT2 or Z30.
Maximum Flight Speed
The DJI M300 RTK has a maximum speed of 23m/s – which equates to just over 51mph and in almost 83kph.
The M300 RTK has a maximum descent speed of 7m/s, ensuring a quick landing. It can also achieve a 7,000m service ceiling.
Payload & Gimbal Configurations
The M300 RTK is an incredibly versatile aircraft, with the ability to mount up to three payloads simultaneously (single upward and dual downward gimbal configuration). This means that you can configure the drone to fit your mission needs. This sturdy aircraft has been built to carry a maximum payload capacity of 2.7kg, achieving a 31 minute flight time when it is fully loaded.
DJI Smart Controller Enterprise
The M300 RTK comes with the all new DJI Smart Controller Enterprise. This device – similar to the popular Smart Controller for the Mavic Series – features an ultra-bright 5.5-inch 1080p display which maintains clear visibility, even in direct sunlight.
Thanks to the DJI Smart Controller Enterprise, pilots are assured of aviation-grade situational awareness. The drone has a new Primary Flight Display which integrates flight, navigation, and obstacle information.
Improved Transmission System
The M300 RTK comes with DJI’s all new OcuSync Enterprise. The all-new OcuSync Enterprise enables transmission up to 15 km away and supports triple-channel 1080p video. Real-time auto-switching between 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz enables more reliable flight near high-interference environments, while AES-256 encryption offers secure data transmission.
M300 RTK operators can also utilise the PinPoint, SmartTrack and Location Sharing functions to maximise efficiency. So, how do the Smart Pin and Track functions (only supported when aircraft paired with H20 Series) help?
PinPoint: Mark an object in camera or map view with a quick tap, and advanced sensor fusion algorithms will immediately calculate its coordinates, which are projected to all camera views as an AR icon. The location of the subject is automatically shared with another remote controller, or to online platforms such as DJI FlightHub
SmartTrack: Identify and follow moving subjects with the auto-zoom function, while acquiring the subject;s dynamic location.
Location Sharing: When PinPoint or SmartTrack is enabled, the subject’s location can be projected across multiple camera views to another remote controller or shared through online platforms, such as DJI FlightHub (support for location sharing via DJI FlightHub coming soon).
Waypoints: Create up to 65,535 waypoints and set multiple actions for one or more payloads, including 3rd party ones, at each waypoint. Flightpath planning is also optimized to maximize flexibility and efficiency for your missions.
Advanced Dual Control
The DJI M300 RTK now has advanced dual controls. Either operator can now obtain control of the aircraft or payload with a single tap. This creates new possibilities for mission strategies as well as higher flexibility during operations.
TB60 Intelligent Flight Battery
The high-capacity, hot-swappable TB60 Intelligent Flight Battery lets operators change batteries without powering off, saving time during critical missions.
BS60 Battery Station for M300
The new Battery Station helps you take your flight further. This sophisticated power bank manages up to eight flight batteries and four remote controller batteries, while fast charging allows you to conduct your missions without running out of power.
This all-in-one charging and storage solution charges two batteries to full capacity within 60 minutes to enable continuous flight time.
D-RTK 2 Mobile Station
Gain improved relative accuracy with centimetre-level precision positioning data using the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station, which supports all major global satellite navigation systems and provides real-time differential corrections.
The D-RTK 2 Mobile Station for Matrice 200 Series V2 and P4R can be upgraded to support M300 RTK. The M300 RTK is also compatible with NTRIP.
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Registration mandatory from: 30 November 2019
The UK’s new Drone and Model Aircraft Registration and Education Service is now live.
There are two elements to the online system.
Anyone responsible for a drone or unmanned aircraft (including model aircraft) weighing between 250g and 20kg needs to register as an operator. The cost for this is £9 renewable annually.
Anyone flying a drone or unmanned aircraft (including model aircraft) weighing between 250g and 20kg must take and pass an online education package. This is free and renewable every three years.
Both of these requirements become law on 30 November 2019.
Anyone who wants to fly must pass an online theory test on flying safely and legally.
The test has 20 multiple choice questions and the pass mark is 16. You can take the test as many times as you need.
All of the knowledge needed to pass the test is in a new Drone and Model Aircraft Code.
When you pass the test, you’ll get a flyer ID, which acts as your acknowledgement of competency as a remote pilot from the CAA.
Minimum age: None, but children under 13 can only register with a parent or guardian present
Registration period: 3 years
Anyone responsible for a drone or model aircraft must register as an operator.
When you register, you’ll get an operator ID with your certificate of registration. You must display your operator ID on your drones and model aircraft and you can use the same operator ID for all your drones and model aircraft.
Pilots must be aged 18 or over to be an operator.
Minimum age: 18
Registration period: 1 year