*Due to demand, current lead-time is around 10-14 days*
*This bundle is only available as full package, we are currently not selling these pieces separately*
*Boson camera setting software can be downloaded
Mavic Pro Dual Camera Thermal Solution
|Drone Nerds custom DJI Mavic thermal solution offers the ability to capture 4K video and thermal images simultaneously. With a fully integrated lightweight FLIR Boson 640, the lightweight payload will have minimal effects on flight time.
With the DJI Mavic you have an ultra-portable solution which can easily fit in any backpack. Our Boson thermal mount is custom designed to mount the FLIR Boson to the backside of the Mavic. This allows simultaneously capturing daylight and thermal images. Also we've included a mini DVR, so you can record the thermal images being captured by the FLIR unit directly to a micro sd card to allow viewing at a later time.
The included 7" LCD Diversity monitor which will be displaying the thermal images in real-time. All together this solution provides a compact, portable thermal solution ideal for search and rescue and and security.
FLIR Boson 640
|Boson takes your next generation of thermal imaging products off the white board and makes them a reality. Its combination of ground-breaking SWaP, state-of-the-art imaging, and wide range of built-in image processing and interface capabilities make Boson the obvious choice. Boson longwave infrared (LWIR) thermal camera cores set a new standard for size, weight, power, and performance.|
7" LCD Diversity Receiver for Thermal Viewing
|This 7" LCD monitor displays the FLIR thermal images in real-time. The standard Mavic camera is visible through the DJI GO app on your mobile device. Simultaneous viewing - Real time.|
If you run a public or volunteer fire department, a search-and-rescue operation, or a security company, there’s now an affordable drone that records 4K video and thermal video — simultaneously. You can now afford not only to record evidence, but also detect through thermal imaging such normally invisible situations as hot spots in walls and roofs, victims in disasters, and burglars hiding in a dark parking lot or warehouse.
The Drone Nerds custom DJI Mavic Pro dual camera thermal solution mounts both cameras. There’s no need to fly two drones, or to switch cameras on a more expensive drone and send it up a second time. This is the perfect lightweight drone for daylight and thermal imaging.
An ultra-compact FLIR Boson 640 thermal camera is mounted below the Mavic Pro’s standard 4K video camera. And a separate display allows the operator to view live images from the Boson while a connected smartphone displays live video from the daylight camera.
With the Mavic Pro Ready to Fly Thermal solution, you get:
Compact and foldable, the Mavic Pro weighs just over 1.6 pounds, including the battery and the thermal modifications. It can fly 21 to 27 minutes on a single charge and up to 40 mph. Mavic is extremely reliable because it has dual sensors for all of its positioning systems. It can even fly indoors to view such confines as a factory or warehouse.
Mavic Pro is smart, highly maneuverable and powerful. It can avoid obstacles, including the biggest obstacle to purchase: a tight budget. Even in this modified version for firefighters/search-and-rescue/security, Mavic Pro won’t break the bank.
For these applications, Drone Nerds adds to the Mavic Pro a featherweight thermal camera and landing gear modifications to protect the added equipment on takeoff and landing.
The thermal Mavic Pro is a portable, affordable electronic device that can save firefighters’ lives. Fly the thermal Mavic Pro over a burning building, and the FLIR Boson 640 will display heat intensity, showing otherwise invisible hot spots in the roof or a wall. It indicates not just where firefighters should attack a blaze, but also where they should not. And with its daylight camera it will record important video that can be used as evidence or for training.
A building collapse, an explosion or a terrorist attack can leave little but rubble — and desperate victims underneath. You can use rescue dogs, but where in the mass of debris do you send them? Ask a thermal Mavic Pro. As it flies over the wreckage, it's Boson 640 thermal camera will detect and display the heat given off by survivors, speeding their recovery when every minute counts. It can detect victims covered by dense vegetation or woods after a plane crash.
An alarm at 3 a.m. in a warehouse indicates a break-in. Where are the perpetrators? Are the crouching in an aisle, secreted from view by crates and 12-foot shelving? Maybe they’re inside one of the crates.
Our thermal Mavic Pro can fly indoors and sense the heat of human bodies. Are they hiding behind machinery or stacked pallets in a freight yard? Again, the thermal Mavic Pro will make the heat of their bodies visible. And the daylight camera will record important evidentiary video. Mavic Pro won’t eliminate security personnel, but it will help them — and keep them out of harm’s way.
The Boson 640 long-wave infrared camera is so small that we can mount it on the Mavic, in addition to the daylight camera. It’s so light that it won’t significantly affect the Mavic Pro’s performance. And it’s so effective, you’ll wonder why nobody did this before Drone Nerds. A built-in transmitter streams the thermal imagery live at 5.8Ghz to an included Diversity 7-inch video monitor. You’ll see what the Boson sees, when it sees it.
You’ll want to look at the video again later, so we include a HawkEye mini DVR. Thermal imagery also streams directly to the DVR, which can store it on a microSD card. The DVR’s battery records about 2.5 hours of thermal imagery on a charge.
Fly your Mavic Pro for up to 27 minutes — about 21 minutes in real-world conditions. The quick-charge 3S Intelligent Flight Battery keeps itself from overcharging and prevents damage from excessive discharging during storage. It tells how much power is left onscreen. Additional batteries and a multi-battery charging hub are available from Drone Nerds.
Positioning is reliable because of dual IMUs and compasses on the Mavic Pro. Your Mavic has GPS, GLONASS and ultrasonic range finders. Each key sensor on the Mavic Pro is duplicated. That means that if one sensor fails, the backup sensor still functions.
Mavic senses obstacles as close as 2 feet at low speeds, and as far away as 49 feet when flying as fast as 22 mph. When it senses an obstacle, Mavic Pro stops and hovers until you send a command. With vision sensors that see in three directions, you’re saved from unexpected dangers, even as high as 14 feet off the ground and when GPS signals are blocked — in dense foliage or indoors.
Flight Autonomy helps you hover precisely and land where you took off. Precision Landing senses if the landing site is uneven.
By using TapFly onscreen, send your Mavic Pro in one direction. Terrain Follow keeps your drone at a fixed height off the ground even if you’re locked onto a subject moving over uneven terrain. Return to Home, which is activated manually or automatically if the battery runs low, helps your Mavic Pro avoid obstacles while returning safely to base.
DJI Go shows onscreen what your camera sees, from as far away as 4.3 miles. You’ll know where you are, altitude, battery reserve, and what’s in front of you.
Mavic Pro’s OcuSync displays on your smartphone what you’re recording and where you’re going. It streams in 1080p when your drone is close, and 720p when it’s more distant — up to 4.3 miles. Your Mavic Pro records ultra-high-def 4K video. It also synchs with DJI Goggles.
The Boson 640 independently streams its thermal imagery to the Diversity 7-inch monitor.
The 4K video your Mavic shoots will have more than four times the pixels of 1080p. It will be recorded at up to 30fps, made shake-free by a 3-axis gimbal that cancels out drone movement.
With ActiveTrack, Mavic Pro Platinum locks onto your subject or onto you, if you want. Even without dedicated photographer, you’ll communicate directly with your Mavic Pro through your remote controller. Choose the mode that’s best for your shoot:
Trace — Lock onto a subject, and your Mavic in front of or behind your subject, or encircles it.
Profile — If you’re trying to stay with a subject, Mavic Pro will keep the subject in focus as it flies alongside, once you lock on.
Spotlight — Once you find a stationary subject, fly in any direction, and Spotlight will keep the subject in frame and in focus.
Tripod — This mode makes the movement of your drone slow and deliberate.
Shoot automatically, or manually by controlling aperture, shutter speed, ISO and file format onscreen. While shooting 12MP stills, set the shutter between 8 seconds for a time exposure and action-freezing 1/8000 second. Bursts come at 3/5/7 fps.
Mavic Pro comes with a 16MB video card; optional cards can boost storage capacity to 64MB.
OcuSync also allows you to download video and stills while recording additional images. OcuSync automatically chooses the best frequency available if it senses interference.
You can add capabilities to your Mavic Pro Flying with available accessories.
DJI Goggles sync wirelessly to your remote controller, allowing you — or someone else wearing the Goggles — to see what the 4K camera sees. The pilot can control the drone from the remote controller while someone else wears the Goggles to look for details in the video stream.
Extend range with an FPVLR antenna upgrade for your Mavic Pro controller. If you’re inexperienced with this kind of upgrade, add affordable professional installation by Drone Nerds technicians. They will install the antenna upgrade, including firmware updates, then test the controller to make sure it works before shipping it back. Typical turnaround is a few days. Arrange for installation online or by calling 786-708-7807.