If in the short history of the drone world there are two companies that from practically the beginning have been rivals, those are DJI y 3DR, formerly known as 3D Robotics. The curious thing about all this, something that in turn does nothing other than corroborate how changing and heterogeneous this sector of the market can be, is that today both companies have launched a statement announcing that they will begin to work together to achieve that 3DR software is compatible with DJI drones.
A very important detail for this agreement to have been produced is that, for quite some time, 3DR stopped designing and manufacturing drones to focus on software development and focus its efforts on meeting the needs of companies. Within this sector of the market, it should be noted that until now 3DR has been dedicated, above all, to the development of software applications for drones focused on the construction field.
3DR will develop software that will be fully compatible with DJI drones
Without a doubt, we are facing one of the most important steps for 3DR, especially if we consider that they finally seem to have found their niche in the market as a company specialized in software development. Due precisely to this and for its products to finally reach the market, it needs to find collaborators who manufacture drones and, with these conditions, the best allies are DJI.
On the other hand, getting a company specialized in the development of high quality and robust software dedicating yourself to developing code for your drones makes them much more interesting for a professional market that, after all, is the one that spends large amounts of money on this type of very specific autonomous unmanned vehicles.