On August 18, leading Chinese drone brand DJI announced that it will release a new product at 21:00 on August 25, with the slogan "Born to Fly."
At the 2022 Global Digital Economy Conference on July 29, Meituan, China's leading e-commerce services platform, displayed many products such as automatic delivery vehicles, drones, smart restaurants and smart pharmacies.
After the release of the DJI Mini 3 Pro on May 11th, another DJI UAV was leaked to the public. The new UAV, codenamed "Avata", would be launched later this summer.
Chinese drone manufacturer DJI officially released the DJI Mini 3 Pro camera drone on Tuesday, with the price ranging from 4,198 yuan to 5,788 yuan ($624 - $861).
On Thursday, Shenzhen-based drone firm DJI announced plans to hold a new product launch event at 21:00 on May 10, under the slogan "A Twist in the Plot."
The Chinese New Year’s Eve Gala was surprising as Chinese AI made an spectacular debut for 40 seconds.
DJI once joked that its only competitor is DJI. That competition continues with its Yu Mavic Air, a new UAV product released last night. Yu Mavic Air is smaller than that last year’s Yu Mavic Pro and a bit larger DJI Xiao Spark. But Yu Mavic Air is more professional and has better specifications.
JD.com logistics CEO Wang Zhen-hui said at 2017 NewGen Logistics World Summit on December 11 that due to consumption, industrial upgrades and technological advancements, the logistics industry is entering a new era defined by short chains, smartness and symbiosis.
No more than half a year ago, when DJI Goggles was still under engineering development, its Spark motion model already proved to be impressive with capturing the image from the bird-eye view. Now DJI unexpectedly released the improved version.
Local authorities across China began rolling out new drone regulations. Wu Xi, a southeastern city in Jiangsu province and Sichuan already had such regulations. On September 7, Shenzhen’s Legislative Affairs Office followed suit by issuing Management Rules of Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle(UAV) (Briefly, Shenzhen Guidelines) and solicited opinions from the public. Shenzhen is known to […]
In the mid-2017, during Shenzhen municipal CPPCC, Frank Wang, the CEO of DJI, aired his opinion of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Speaking of UAV regulation, most measures are bans, which greatly limit the use of UAV as well as the application of new technologies. With the increasingly rigid air policy, DJI is going to explore […]
The future will be an era of robot deliveries and it will be unnecessary for couriers to work no matter rain or shine, according to Richard Liu, founder and CEO of JD.com Group. JD.com and Lenovo on July 20 announced a big data strategic collaboration, but did not disclose any details at the Lenovo Global […]
Although many domestic logistics and electronics giants are actively trying out UAV delivery (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) today, none of them have been able to reach a stage of large-scale deployment. This is largely due to the supervisory pressure stemming from the regulatory guidelines of UAV usage. Therefore, getting authorized for UAV deployment has now become […]