Efficiency through Flexible Full-frame Photogrammetry
The Zenmuse P1 integrates a full-frame sensor with interchangeable fixed-focus lenses on a 3-axis stabilized gimbal.
Designed for photogrammetry flight missions, it takes efficiency and accuracy to a whole new level.
Revolutionise the inspection of critical assets, increase safety during maintenance and increase operational uptime. The Zenmuse P1 and Matrice 300 provides a complete and versatile solution.
Effortlessly acquire oblique images from multiple angles that meet 3D modeling requirements across industries such as urban planning and centimeter-level accurate cadastral surveys to serve 3D reality models and smart city planning.
Acquire ultra-high resolution image data of vertical or slanted surfaces from a safe distance that faithfully recreates fine textures, structures, and features, for detailed reconstructions, geological surveys, heritage site conservation, hydraulic engineering, and more.
Efficiency to Cover It All
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How does the Zenmuse P1 compare to other survey drones?
Do you want to maximise your operational efficiency? Saving time, manpower and increasing safety. With the Zenmuse P1’s easy integration and setup, you’ll be collecting industry leading aerial images in under 5 minutes.
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The DJI Zenmuse P1 was designed to integrate seamlessly with the Matrice 300 RTK, boasting flight time over 45 minutes and transmission ranges of over 15km, this is a powerful and versatile solution.
Currently, only DJI Pilot is supported.
Yes. The task folder stores photos, original GNSS observations, and TimeStamps.MRK files, which are used for PPK post-processing calculations.
During Smart Oblique Capture, the tilt angle range of the P1 is from -60° to -90°.
The P1 supports 24mm, 35mm and 50mm lenses with DL mounts.
The single pixel size of the P1 is 4.4μm.
The P1 takes photos with a resolution of 8192×5460, or approximately 45 megapixels.
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