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en pointe en aéronautique, l’industrie des drones civils est particulièrement dynamique
selon le cabinet oliver wyman, le marché estimé à 155 m€ en 2015 pourrait atteindre les 652 m€ en 2025
mais avec l’essor des drones, émergent aussi de nouveaux. risques pouvant être la conséquence de dysfonctionnements de l’appareil, d’erreur de pilotage voire d’actes de malveillance
les médias, d’ici ou d’ailleurs, relatent fréquemment des incidents dont certains laissent craindre le pire : drones ayant frôlé ou. heurté des personnes lors de concerts ou d’événements sportifs, collisions évitées avec des avions de ligne en phase d’atterrissage ou de décollage… sans parler des éventuelles utilisations ou avis drone phantom 4
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les scénarios les plus effrayants tels qu’une collision avec un avion ne devraient pas se produi­re, en théorie, « les drones ne sont pas censés évoluer dans les mêmes zones que les avions », indi­que xavier decottignies,. qui dirige un cabinet de courtage ayant développé une

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had to build it yourself — but then dji came along, and suddenly anyone with $3,000 could get their hands on a pro-level 4k camera copter that was ready to fly straight out of the box
thing is, that was nearly three years ago
drone technology has progressed in leaps and bounds since then, and nowadays you can get a 4k camera drone for under $500
but dji isn’t one to be left behind
in late 2016, the company unveiled the second generation — and now that it’s out in the wild, we got our hands on one for an extended review
a number of features make the inspire 2 stand out from the rest of the pack, but generally speaking, it just has more stuff under the hood
we like to think that dji calls it the inspire 2 because it has two (or more) of everything
arguably the biggest inclusion is a dual battery setup, which gives the inspire 2 a number of key benefits
not only does it give the bird more flight time — it also protects it from battery malfunctions, and, more importantly, provides ample power for ancillary systems like cameras, stabilizers, sensors, and processors
we like to think that dji calls it the inspire 2 because it has two (or more) of everything
speaking of cameras, not only does this drone rock a detachable and easily upgradable zenmuse cam (ours came with the x5s), it also sports a forward-facing fpv camera, which allows the pilot to keep an eye on what’s ahead of the drone while simultaneously watching/controlling the zenmuse camera
it’s also equipped with dual inertial motion sensors, dual barometers, and dedicated processors for various subsystems — including the newly-added obstacle avoidance sensors
hell, you can even fly it with two controllers
together, these new additions serve to make the inspire 2 far more reliable, stable, and safe to fly than any previous iteration
in terms of form, the inspire 2 isn’t really a huge departure from the original model
it sports the same prop configuration, the same retractable landing gear system, and more or less the same body style
there are, however, a few small design upgrades that make the inspire 2 more versatile and capable than its predecessors — despite the fact that it doesn’t look much different
the most notable and noticeable design change is undoubtedly the inspire’s new forward-facing fpv camera and obstacle-avoidance system
both systems live in a nose-mounted sensor bar, which contains a small optical lens and two laser rangefinders
aesthetically, it’s a fairly minor change — but in terms of functionality, these systems provide a huge benefit
obstacle avoidance gives the drone the ability to autonomously prevent crashes, while the fpv camera allows the pilot (or pilots) to keep track of the inspire’s heading, regardless of where the zenmuse x5s might be facing
build quality is, as we’ve come to expect from dji, off the charts
even for a dji drone, the inspire 2 is ridiculously well built
the props feature a new locking system that ensures they’ll never come loose during flight, while the prop arms are made of the same super-strong carbon-fiber tubing that previous generations have
if this drone crashes (which is unlikely), the only components that’d likely suffer serious damage are the props and the camera
this thing is basically a flying tank
overall, the design is a victory
instead of a massive overhaul, dji took a winning formula and made a few small improvements — which we appreciate
it’s like trading in your car for a new model year: same look and feel, but with a few extra bells and whistles that make the driving experience completely different
battery life is hugely improved in the new inspire
whereas the original and pro versions averaged about 15 minutes per charge, the inspire 2 is rated for 27 minutes of flight time
in a simple hover test, we got just over 25 minutes of flight time before the drone went into emergency landing mode — but of course, that’s not really a good reflection of real-world use
during our normal flight tests, where we flew around and made use of the drone’s many subsystems, we averaged about 23 minutes of flight time
like any other drone, if you use features that require more processing power (obstacle avoidance, active track, etc
), then you can expect to see a corresponding drop in flight longevity
as for recharge time, you can expect about an hour on the charger before your battery reaches capacity
after our hover test (which ran the battery down to 10 percent and prompted dji’s automated emergency landing sequence), the battery took about an hour and 20 minutes to charge up to 100 percent — but in most cases, you won’t be draining the batteries that much
if you do what most people do and land shortly after the first “low power warning” pops up, you’ll end up with roughly an hour on the power dock to recharge
hour-long recharge times aren’t particularly special — but one thing we do appreciate is dji’s new charger dock
it’s designed to accommodate up to four batteries at once — and charge them all simultaneously
if your batteries are not paired, the hub will intelligently charge the cells according to power levels from high to low
if your batteries are paired, the pair with more stored power will charge first — which means you’ll get back

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