During the first conference of the DJI AirWorks the Chinese company has just announced the update of its SDK, a tool for developers, where new features are added specially designed so that the creators of applications for the company's drones can control certain operations with their drones in a much simpler way. Undoubtedly a very interesting step that will surely attract many software developers with very good ideas in mind.
As a detail, tell you that this dam conference took place on last weekend in the American city of San Francisco. During it, many of the main actors at the business level had the opportunity to discuss their way of seeing and understanding the world of the drone and how it has the capacity to shape the future. The event was specially designed so that all participants had the opportunity to understand how the main international companies were betting on incorporating drones into their business while providing a unique possibility for people from different industries to have the opportunity to meet.
DJI updates its SDK looking for developers to offer more robust and powerful applications.
Based on statements from Michael Perrri, DJI Director of Strategic Partnerships:
Drones are transforming industries from construction to agriculture, to public safety, and the innovations we've seen so far have scratched the surface of how drones can help businesses work faster, safer. , more efficient and at a lower cost.
DJI wants to help developers implement great new features for our drones, and we are excited to expand their ability to create new fully custom applications.
Among the new features incorporated into the DJI SDK include, for example, the inclusion of new user interface libraries with which it is expected to accelerate the development of mobile applications or the presentation of the Ground Station Pro, a new flight application designed for planning and creation of 2D and 3D maps, which can be integrated into any third-party application and is open to a public beta version.
According to Darren liccardor, Vice President of Engineering, Systems and Applications of DJI:
We have created a library of new software building blocks for our integrated SDK, allowing developers to quickly and easily generate accurate trajectories, capture lidar data, align and export point clouds, and even stop track control if detected. an unexpected obstacle.
With the built-in SDK, developers can now build a solution that plans a smooth and complex path, runs it while monitoring potential conflicts, and processes raw grapple data to create a point cloud that can be imported directly into an industrial workflow.