DJI demonstrates Zenmuse XT2’s firefighting capabilities

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Drone manufacturer DJI recently exhibited its new Zenmuse XT2’s capabilities to assist in firefighting. During a live demonstration in Holland, the company showed how the Zenmuse XT2’s thermal imaging camera can capture heat signatures invisible to the naked eye. Developed in partnership with FLIR Systems, the drone has both visual and thermal imaging sensors which are able to provide data capture and situational awareness.

“The Zenmuse XT2 continues our longstanding partnership with FLIR to create the most powerful thermal imaging solution available on a drone today. This is a significant advancement for public safety professionals who are using drones to save lives and creating new industrial applications across different verticals,” said Jan Gasparic, Head of Enterprise Partnerships at DJI.

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