As Parrot introduces the new ANAFI USA and other manufacturers scramble to capture a meaningful share of the market, DJI’s industrial drones like the Matrice 300 featured in this video continue to be the major player in the energy market. Shell Global, owned by Royal Dutch Shell, is one of the world’s top 10 largest oil companies. Their adoption of DJI drone technology – and willingness to talk about it – is a vote of confidence in the security and resilience of the platform.
The Matrice 300 was introduced in May. It was introduced as DJI’s most advanced commercial platform yet: as such, it sets a high bar of functionality for other drone manufacturers. Shell has been a supporter since the platform’s release, with the Shell product lead quoted in the first official announcement:
“For our teams working in the oil & gas industry, performance and safety are not optional. We cannot compromise on our pursuit of utilizing the best and most efficient tools available,” said Adam Serblowski, Robotics Theme Lead – Surveillance Robotics at Shell “The DJI Matrice 300 RTK proves to be an ideal upgrade over the existing DJI product line, and it helps us to further enhance the benefits of our drone programs. Our productive partnership with DJI will continue to help elevate safety in the world’s largest industry.“
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