DJI FlightHub 2
DJI FlightHub 2
New Collaborative Cloud-Based Flight Management Software
FlightHub 2 combines data storage and fleet management with intuitive tools to support your operations in real-time.
DJI FlightHub is a complete ground-to-cloud drone operations management software, full of tools to help plan missions, stream data and collaborate with your team in real-time.
It currently supports the DJI M30 Series, Mavic 3 Enterprise Series, M300, M350 RTK, as well as the Zenmuse H20, H20T and H20N payloads. It will be compatible with the DJI Dock drone in a box.
FlightHub 2 Features
Fast mapping tools for Rapid Situational Awareness
DJI FlightHub 2 is entirely cloud-based, making at accessible to everyone on the team via any device with a web browser.
Each team member can see and add updates as the mission progresses through the shared interactive map.
- Cloud-based for real-time collaboration
- Shared Live Annotations
- 2.5D Base Map tool
- One-Tap Panorama Sync
- Cloud Mapping orthomosaics
- Media upload and Storage
- DJI Dock management
- Route Planning
- Task Execution
2.5D Base Map
Overlay elevation data onto the satellite map of your mission area, to create a more 3D sense of the immediate environment.
Ideal for emergency scenarios which take place across varied elevations.
One-Tap Panorama Sync
One-tap shareable 360° view of the mission site in just 1 minute.
Provides team members with rapid situational awareness of the mission area and overlays them onto the .5d base Map.
Shared Live Annotations
Team members can drop pins, draw lines, boxes and shapes to help coordinate operations and highlight points of interest on the live map.
Paths can direct ground teams or pilots on the safest or most direct route, and the polygon tool can select areas of interest and calculate the area in m².
Cloud Mapping Orthomosaics
In a single flight create up to 1.5km² RGB orthomosaics or 0.2km² infrared orthomosaics which are then overlaid over the 2.5D Base Map.
Provide highly accurate spatial information to your team by just drawing a box over the target area.