Most Advanced Commercial Drones on the Market

June 2

Drones are a hot topic in the world of technology and engineering. Drones can be helpful for commercial purposes, such as aerial photography and videography. Drones have also become more sophisticated and expensive due to their advanced features.

Here's our list of the most advanced commercial drones that are available on the market. These drones were designed with a specific purpose in mind, which means that users need to understand how each drone works before purchasing one for themselves.

DJI Inspire 2

The DJI Inspire 2 is the flagship drone of the company. It can fly for up to 30 minutes, but it also comes with a second battery and charger, so you can keep flying! The DJI Inspire 2 has a camera that shoots 4K video at 60 frames per second and still images at 20 megapixels. You can buy an optional camera gimbal if you want smoother footage, which makes this drone perfect for amateur filmmakers.

The best part about the DJI Inspire 2? It's got several modes, including orbit, follow me, and waypoints, allowing you to take incredible shots from unique perspectives using GPS technology.

Hexo +

The Hexo+ drone can hold up to 1.5 kg of payload, and its maximum flight time is 50 minutes. It has a range of 1.5 km, which can be extended by purchasing an additional battery pack that will give you 10 minutes per battery!

The Hexo + already comes with two batteries, and the optional third one costs $99 (which means if you buy it, your total cost for all three batteries would be $297).

It's easy to see why this drone is so popular: not only does it have impressive specs like these, but many camera options come with it at various price points depending on what type of photography or videography you want to do with your drone!

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Parrot Bebop 2 Power FPV

The Parrot Bebop 2 Power FPV is a great choice for looking for an advanced commercial drone. It has a flight time of 25 minutes and a range of 1,000 meters, which is considerably better than its predecessor's 14 minutes and 600 meters. The camera comes with built-in GPS, so you can easily track your location and know where the drone is.

This drone also has several other features you may find useful! You can add external sensors to it to sense obstacles or notify you when there are changes in wind speed or direction. An autopilot system also helps guide the drone back home if something goes wrong with its connection to your phone (which happens often).

Finally, this particular model comes equipped with two batteries—one on each side—so if one runs out while flying around somewhere remote, then all you need to do is swap out another battery instead of having to wait until your first one.

Ehang Ghost Drone 2.0 VR

The Ehang Ghost Drone 2.0 VR is the world's first VR-enabled aerial camera. It offers a variety of flight modes that can be controlled via an app, including Orbit, Follow and Watch Me.

The drone's built-in camera features 4K video capture and live streaming capabilities so that you can share your unique aerial footage with friends worldwide. And if you want to get even more creative with your shots, there are plenty of predefined filters available for your photos and videos.

Priced at USD 2,499 (£2,399), the Ehang Ghost Drone 2.0 VR comes with three batteries (each offering about 20 minutes of flight time) and a charging hub, so you don't have to wait around while they recharge between flights. Its dimensions are 27 x 27 x 12 inches (69 x 69 x 30 cm), making it easy to store when not in use and weighing just 5 lbs (2 kg).

Parrot Disco FPV – The Flying Wing

The Parrot Disco FPV is a drone you can use for FPV flying. It's also designed for racing, aerial photography, and self-flying missions. The Disco was developed by the French company Parrot, which is known for its innovative products in the drone industry.

While some people might think that this is just another quadcopter with an additional camera mounted on it, nothing could be further from the truth! This design enables you to have an unobstructed view from all four sides of your aircraft, no matter where you are looking. The first thing that comes to mind when thinking about flying wings is their iconic shape: long and slim with rounded edges on both ends, making them look like gliders or stealth bombers (but without any weapons).

X PlusOne (Flying Quadcopter)

The X PlusOne drone is the most advanced commercial drone on this list. It can fly for up to 30 minutes, and its flight range extends up to 2km. It also has a payload of up to 2kg, making it great for carrying heavy objects such as cameras and other equipment. The maximum speed of this drone is 80km/h, which is fast enough to give you some great shots while filming your movie or TV series!

DJI Phantom 4 Pro – The Robot Assistant in the Sky

The DJI Phantom 4 Pro is the best drone for professionals, and it's a powerful drone. It's been around for a while, but the Phantom 4 Pro continues to be one of the best drones on the market. The DJI Phantom 4 Pro is a great drone for photography because it has an advanced camera that captures high-quality images and videos in high definition (HD).

The Phantom 4 Pro has an impressive top speed of 45 mph, so you can fly it fast and still have clear control over what you are doing. You can even use gesture controls with this model if you like!

Conclusion

With the increasing demand for drones, the global market will grow to $43 billion by 2024. Drones are no longer just for hobbyists, but they are now being used for medical, search and rescue, construction, real estate, transportation, logistics, and more. A multitude of industries are now using drones in innovative and impactful ways.


Johannes Beekman

About the author

Our CEO has more than 25 years of experience in manufacturing in the high-tech industry. Johannes has worked for 25 years in the semiconductor industry, where he worked for Philips, Infineon, and Sematech in various management positions in process development, engineering, operations, and sales and marketing. While working for Philips, he was an engineering manager in 2 wafer fab startups. And while at Sematech, he managed various international technical symposia. He has built 3 successful digital marketing companies in the past 8 years. His focus is marketing integration, marketing technology, SEO, and inbound and outbound marketing. And he has developed a content creation system that uses the AIDA model to develop content for every stage of the sales funnel. Johannes has experience working with companies in manufacturing, the high-tech industry, process industry, IT, healthcare, and legal industry, and he has published on several trade-focused websites.


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