DJI knows very well that today the authorities have many problems to monitor drone traffic of a specific area, a business that is closely related precisely to what they themselves do today and that, without a doubt, could be a source of income for the Chinese company.
With this in mind, it is not surprising that DJI has gone to work and created a new solution with which authorities will be able to identify and monitor drones approaching a specific area. Undoubtedly, we are facing a new tool that can be widely used so that the authorities can successfully regulate the use made of this type of device.
This new tool designed by DJI will allow authorities to monitor and identify drones that fly over a certain area
This new tool has been baptized by DJI as AeroScope and, as you can see the image right at the top of this post, we are looking at a portable device that can be moved very easily. As a detail, tell you that this tool will only be sold to the relevant authorities since it is about monitoring and identifying the drones that fly over a certain area while maintaining, as far as possible, the privacy of the users.
As he has commented in his last statements Brendan schulman, current Vice President of Business Policy and Legal Affairs at DJI:
By turning drones into day-to-day tools for productivity and leisure, authorities want to make sure they can keep track of drones that are flying near sensitive areas or that may be of concern for some other reason.
AeroScope responds to that need with technology that is simple, reliable, affordable, and now available for use.