Smaller body, more capable of heavy duty. Equipped with the proprietary Matrice 2D/3TD drone, the DJI Dock 2 is a high-performance compact unmanned platform that is not only lightweight, easy to deploy, but also has more powerful operational capabilities and cloud-based intelligence functions, greatly reducing the threshold for unattended operations, and raising operational efficiency and quality to a new level.

Lightweight and easy to deploy

IP55 protection grade

10 km maximum effective operation radius

Integrated environmental monitoring system

Support cloud modeling

Support point-and-shoot flight

Support private deployment

Support for third parties load

Lightweight design

Compared to its predecessor, DJI Dock 2 is 75% smaller and 68% lighter, and can be handled by two people, greatly improving installation flexibility and reducing installation costs.

Quickly survey and select a site

Before deployment, the aircraft vision sensors can detect the surrounding environment and quickly determine if the deployment area has a good GNSS signal. Compared to the original survey plan, the new visual survey solution significantly speeds up site selection, reducing the time required from about 5 hours to approx within 12 minutes.

Quickly demarcate Dock locations

After the installation is complete, operators can directly use the shared network RTK account Demarcate the location of the Dock itself, save complicated operations such as purchase and login, and quickly obtain accurate absolute coordinates.

Reliable performance and safe attendance

The Dock adopts a high-protection design, and the whole aircraft has an IP55 level of dustproof and waterproof ability It can operate stably for a long time even in harsh climates and environments.

The Dock integrates sensors such as rain gauges, anemometers, and thermometers to perceive weather changes in real time, and combined with online weather forecasts, it can timely warn or abort the scheduled flight mission through Sikong 2, effectively reducing flight risks.

Thanks to the new generation of image recognition technology, the aircraft can more accurately identify the landing signs above the apron, and the apron adopts a new sliding ramp centering design to further improve the success rate of landing.

Built-in battery backup

In the event of an unexpected power outage, the Dock can still work independently for more than 5 hours with the help of the built-in battery to allow sufficient time for the aircraft to return to home.

Six-month maintenance interval

Thanks to the Dock’s highly protected design and high reliability, the Dock only needs to be maintained once every 6 months at most to effectively control the cost of labor input.

Exception alerts

When there is a mission failure or emergency at the Dock and the aircraft, Dock 2 will send SMS and email reminders as soon as possible operators can accurately troubleshoot problems according to the guidance information.


Wide-angle camera

4/3 CMOS
equivalent focal length 24 mm
2000 million effective pixels
mechanical shutter

Telephoto camera

1/2-inch CMOS-equivalent
focal length 161 mm
with 1200 million effective pixels


Wide-angle camera

1/1.32-inch CMOS-equivalent
focal length, 24 mm
4800 million effective pixels

Telephoto camera

1/2-inch CMOS-equivalent
focal length 161 mm
with 1200 million effective pixels

Infrared camera

equivalent focal length 40 mm
Normal mode: 640 × 512@30fps
Superresolution mode: 1280 × 1024@30fps
(After turning on the infrared superresolution function, the aircraft can automatically turn on or off the superresolution mode according to the ambient light brightness)
28x digital zoom

Ultra-high performance, in every detail

Thanks to its powerful work capabilities, DJI Matrice 3D/3TD can meet the highest work requirements.

Stable operation, efficiency first

Modeling in the cloud

After the aircraft completes the route mission, the SAFC-2 can generate a high-precision <>D model based on the collected route data to truly restore the operating environment, and the model can be labeled, measured and downloaded.

Route Editor

With the help of high-precision 3D models, operators can visualize route editing through the first-person perspective, preview the simulation shooting results, and operate more intuitively and efficiently, improving the accuracy of route planning.

Accurate reshooting in the cloud

By selecting the target area in the 3D model, the aircraft can automatically compare the target shooting area and the framed image in the subsequent automatic operation, correct the shooting angle of the camera, and ensure that the same target area can be accurately photographed in multiple flights.

Pointing to fly

Based on the high-precision 2D model, the Skyline <> can automatically plan the optimal route for the aircraft through the point-and-click flight function. Before an urgent mission, the operator only needs to tap the target point, and the aircraft can fly to the destination in an efficient and safe path.

Remote control

Based on the Skywalk 2 or third-party cloud platform, operators can still use the keyboard and mouse to control flight behavior and gimbal angles, even if the Dock is deployed in remote areas.

Route detour

When automatically executing route tasks, the aircraft not only supports omnidirectional obstacle avoidance, but also automatically bypasses obstacles to improve the success rate of route tasks.

Open the ecology and break through the boundaries

Third-party payloads

The aircraft is equipped with an E-Port interface, which supports access to third-party payloads such as loudspeakers and searchlights[3]For more functionality, operators can also remotely control third-party workloads on the Sikong 2 cloud platform[16]。 At the same time, the E-Port Lite interface of the aircraft supports parachute access[3]to effectively ensure the safety of flight and personnel.

Edge computing

DJI Dock 2 is equipped with an edge computing expansion interface that supports pre-processing of media files to further improve operational efficiency.

Deploy cloud APIs privately

With the help of cloud APIs, users can create customized management systems for Docks, or quickly connect Docks to third-party cloud platforms for convenient and efficient private deployment.