MAVIC 2 ENTERPRISE ADVANCED
The newest compact drone for the Public Safety Industry
Expand Your Vision with Advanced Dual-cameras
The Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced is the complete drone made for those working in the public safety & defence industry. Like it’s predecessors, the M2EA was built to be the go-to quick response drone. The key features for this drone are:
→ 640 x 512 px Thermal Camera
→ 32x Digital Zoom
→ Centimeter-level Positioning with RTK
This compact quadcopter boasts a variety of performance upgrades, most importantly, the high resolution thermal and visual camera, which now supports up to 32x digital zoom. This gives the M2EA the ability to locate and track targets from around 1km away.
Unboxing the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced
Watch our industry specialist, Sam Denniff, speak through the features of the brand new Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced in this recorded webinar, discussing its applications for work in the Public Safety and Defence sector.
WE’VE HELPED OVER 1,000 ORGANISATIONS TAKE TO THE SKY
THE COMPLETE M2EA PUBLIC SAFETY PACKAGE
This package includes everything you’ll need for effective operation in the Public safety sector
What’s included in your solution?
→ Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced with smart controller
→ Batteries, accessories, beacon, speaker and tough carry case
→ Fly more kit; Extra batteries, shoulder-bag, car charger and battery hub
→ All the drone training you’ll need to operate your equipment safely and effectively
→ 24-month Extended Warranty, 12-month Service and lifetime access to Coptrz Academy
From £4,567 + Vat
Your Public Safety & Defence Industry Expert
Meet Sam Denniff
Business Development Manager – Public Safety & Defence
Sam has played a crucial role in expanding the technology used by some of the UK’s largest emergency service organisations, including the Ministry of Defence, Devon & Cornwall Police, West-Yorkshire Police, Kent Fire and Rescue and Leicester Police. In his role as business development manager, Sam’s knowledge centres around reducing both risk & operational costs by providing a drone solution, whereby potential dangerous areas can be reached prior to putting human life in danger.
Drones have allowed users across the public safety sector to cover more ground than they previously would using conventional foot patrols. They are also incredibly useful providing real-time data in evolving, remote or hard-to-reach emergency situations, particularly in high-risk incidents with a potentially lethal hazard.