Datumate, an Israeli company specialized in the development of software for the processing of geographic information, is in luck since thanks to the creation of its latest version of DafuFly, the name by which their star system is known, have managed to reach an agreement with the giant DJI for the creation of a professional solution that would use drones for surveillance tasks, infrastructure mapping and inspections.
It must be borne in mind that, despite the fact that they sell this solution as a very simple to use and easy-to-configure system, the truth is that they speak at all times of a professional solution with all that this entails in terms of deployments and economic costs. As a detail, tell you that this solution consists of a pack that integrates mapping and image processing tools to perform tasks in various fields such as infrastructure inspection, construction inspection or surveillance tasks.
DJI and Datumate announce that they will work together to develop a professional surveillance system.
Going into a little more detail, note that in the package that both DJI and Datumate will offer we find specific software such as the app DatuFly, designed to take aerial photographs automatically, or the DatuGram 3D, a photogrammetry software capable of processing images obtained with high resolution 2D and 3D maps.
If you are interested in this specific product, tell you that it is already available both in the distributors of both brands as in the DJI online store. Undoubtedly a clear example of how two large companies with very clear ideas can work together to offer a system, in this case of surveillance, very effective, efficient and above all capable of performing tasks in a simple and automated way.