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Technological advances are no stranger to Peruvians when it comes to innovating given the resources at hand, and the use of drones proves it. Today they are used in almost all areas where resource optimization and time savings are important. There are countless examples of its use and application that we can study in the audiovisual field and deepen in the case of industrial areas. Without going too far, spraying with drones in the agricultural sector – an important sector for Peruvians – means a significant reduction in the cost of customizing the product and the time it takes to cover an area of, for example, 10 hectares. Previously, covering this area involved the work of countless people and could take several weeks. Instead, today, with the help of drone technology, this work can be done in hours. On the other hand, security companies use devices for control activities on private property or public places. In this way it is no longer necessary to send a mobile phone or a team of people for verification, this can be done remotely: only the device is programmed and it is possible to see in real time that the coordinates entered have been entered. What is happening in tools. , It is also possible to use drones to control disasters and reach areas that a human cannot.
The effect was positive. During the pandemic there have been many changes in the way we work and how we communicate. This is reflected in the use of drones for video recording for businesses, audiovisual producers, to improve inspection procedures, to verify the status of certain facilities, etc. Thanks to the capabilities of the drone, an additional cameraman, surveillance personnel or a large film crew is no longer needed.
There are countless activities where you can use a drone. For example in industrial applications, construction, topography, gathering information on agricultural topics, acrobatics and speed competitions, journalism, architecture, laser scanners, cadastre, fumigation, seeds, surveillance, fertilization, people placement, security, collection of gases, events and much more.
The first devices marketed in Peru did very simple tasks like very short range photography, they were just for fun indoors. Today we have a wide range of drones for beginners, advanced users or professionals who need high quality in photography, video production and the use of intelligent technologies (e.g. autonomous tracking of people or objects).
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Similarly, national strength was initially only in drones as the main gear, but then at DJI we started offering consumers other lines of complementary products, like the Osmo mobile series; This properly stabilizes the video during recording with devices like the DJI OM5. Finally, we implemented the development of action cameras that allow filming anywhere with a compact and easy-to-use device.
Currently, the Peruvian market has generated a demand for the deployment of new technologies due to three main aspects. First, the creation of new post-pandemic businesses that enable the demand for wearable devices designed to record content outside the home and in high quality. Second, Peruvian consumers are learning more about how to access this type of technology. And finally, government agencies such as police stations, public security, and government agencies have recognized the potential use of drones for remote monitoring or surveillance, enabling quick decisions and effective responses to their needs.
The Mini line is the most successful since its debut with the Mavic Mini, then the DJI Mini 2 and the DJI Mini SE. Today, the light from the reflector is taken over by the DJI Mini 3 Pro. Super portable, it weighs 249 grams and offers a maximum flight time of 34 minutes and produces 4K HDR videos and 48 MP RAW. Photos. Undoubtedly, it is one of the best drones currently available for entertainment and commercial use.
DJI’s main plan is to be present throughout Peru, with Experience Stores where our customers can see the wide range of solutions that we have for the national market. We look forward to meeting the high standards of state-of-the-art technology associated with each and every customer.
With this goal in mind, DJI has partnered with e-commerce platform Q Tal Compra, which will market the sale of the drone through DJI Store Peru in the country.