Matrice 30 (T)


About the Product

On March 21, 2022, DJI Innovations unveiled a top-of-the-line complete solution that combines: The latest Matrice 30 (T) portable all-weather drone series, the latest DJI Dock all-weather dock station and the second generation of FlightHub 2 universal cloud platform for managing drone operations – unique hardware and software with the potential to take human performance in applications such as firefighting, search and rescue, power line monitoring, pipeline inspection, well inspection and law enforcement to the next level, where portability is combined with power without loss in quality or functionality.

In this review, as always, we have compiled information about each component of the latest system in full to ensure that the reader is quickly and fully acquainted with the tools presented, which will ultimately allow everyone to make their correct and objective choice. Traditionally, let’s start with the key features of DJI’s newest enterprise solution.


Key features of the latest enterprise solution:


The developer offers the Matrice 30 series drone as well as a complete solution based on the Matrice 30 series drone in four packages:

  1. DJI M30 Package (Includes: Drone/2 × battery/charging station/ DJI RC Remote Plus/ DJI Pilot/ DJI FlightHub 2 (with a 3-month subscription)/ one-year DJI Care Enterprise insurance package)
  2. DJI M30T Package (Includes: Drone/2 × Battery/charging station/ DJI RC Remote Control Plus/ DJI Pilot/ DJI FlightHub 2 software (with a 3-month subscription)/ one-year DJI Care Enterprise insurance package)
  3. DJI Dock + M30 Dock version (Includes Dock + M30 drone)
  4. DJI Dock + M30T Dock version (Includes Dock + M30T Drone)

For information! DJI Dock is only compatible with the M30 Dock and M30T Dock versions, and will not work with regular M30 series drones. This is because the drones in the M30 Dock version have small differences in the housing to ensure compatibility with the DJI Dock. This means that if you buy a regular version of the drone, you will not be able to retrofit it with the docking station in the future. Keep this in mind before buying!



(unfolded, excl. propellers) 
470×585×215 mm (L×W×H)
Dimensions (folded) 365×215×195 mm (L×W×H)
Diagonal Wheelbase668 mm
Weight (incl. two batteries)3770 ± 10 g
Max Takeoff Weight3998 g
Operation Frequency[1] 2.4000-2.4835 GHz; 5.725-5.850 GHz
Transmitter Power (EIRP)2.4 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC); <20 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC)
5.8 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC/SRRC); <14 dBm (CE)
Hovering Accuracy
(windless or breezy)
Vertical: ±0.1 m (Vision System enabled); ±0.5 m (N-mode with GPS); ±0.1 m (RTK)
Horizontal: ±0.3 m (Vision System enabled); ±1.5 m (N-mode with GPS); ±0.1 m (RTK)
RTK Positioning Accuracy
(fixed RTK enabled)
1 cm+1 ppm (horizontal)
1.5 cm+1 ppm (vertical)
Max Angular VelocityPitch: 150°/sec.; Yaw: 100°/sec.
Max Tilt Angle35° (N-mode and Forward Vision System enabled: 25°)
Max Ascent/Descent Speed6 m/s, 5 m/s
Max Tilt Descent Speed7 m/s
Max Horizontal Speed23 m/s
Max Service Ceiling Above Sea Level (without other payload)5,000 m (with 1671 propellers)
7,000 m (with 1676 propellers)
Max Wind Resistance15 m/s
12 m/s during taking off and landing
Max Hover Time [2] 36 min
Max Flight Time[2] 41 min
Motor Model3511
Propeller Model1671
1676 High Altitude (not included)
Ingress Protection Rating[3] IP55
(GLONASS is supported only when RTK module is enabled)
Operating Temperature-20° to 50° C (-4° to 122° F)


Angular Vibration Range ±0.01°
Controllable Range Pan: ±90°
Tilt: -120° to +45°
Mechanical Range Pan: ±105°
Tilt: -135° to +60°
Roll: ±45°

Zoom Camera

Sensor ±0.01°
Controllable Range 1/2″ CMOS, Effective pixels: 48M
Lens Focal length: 21-75 mm (equivalent: 113-405 mm)
Aperture: f/2.8-f/4.2
Focus: 5 m to ∞

Wide Camera

Sensor ±0.01°
Controllable Range 1/2″ CMOS, Effective pixels: 12M
Lens DFOV: 84°
Focal length: 4.5 mm (equivalent: 24 mm)
Aperture: f/2.8
Focus: 1 m to ∞

Thermal Camera

Thermal Imager Uncooled VOx Microbolometer
Lens DFOV: 61°
Focal length: 9.1 mm (equivalent: 40 mm)
Aperture: f/1.0
Focus: 5 m to ∞
Infrared Temperature Measurement Accuracy[4] ±2°C or ±2% (using the larger value)

FPV Camera

Resolution 1920×1080
DFOV 161°
Frame Rate 30 fps

Laser Module

Wavelength 905 nm
Max Laser Power 3.5 mW
Single Pulse Width 6 ns
Measurement Accuracy ± (0.2 m + D×0.15%)
D is the distance to a vertical surface
Measuring Range 3-1,200 m (0.5×12 m vertical surface with 20% reflectivity)

Vision Systems

Obstacle Sensing Range Forward: 0.6-38 m
Upward/Downward/Backward/Sideward: 0.5-33 m
FOV 65° (H), 50° (V)
Operating Environment Surfaces with clear patterns and adequate lighting (> 15 lux)

Infrared Sensing Systems

Obstacle Sensing Range 0.1 to 10 m
FOV 30°
Operating Environment Large, diffuse, and reflective obstacles (reflectivity >10%)

TB30 Intelligent Flight Battery

Capacity 5880 mAh
Voltage 26.1 V
Battery Type Li-ion 6S
Energy 131.6 Wh
Net Weight Approx. 685 g
Operating Temperature -20° to 50° C (-4° to 122° F)
Storage Temperature 20° to 30° C (68° to 86° F)
Charging Temperature -20° to 40° C (-4° to 104° F)
(When the temperature is lower than 10° C (50° F), the self-heating function will be automatically enabled. Charging in a low temperature may shorten the lifetime of the battery)
Chemical System LiNiMnCoO2

Auxiliary Lights

Effective Illumination Distance 5 m
Illumination Type 60 Hz, solid glow

Remote Controller

Screen 7.02 inch LCD touchscreen, with a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels, and high brightness of 1200 cd/m2
Internal Battery Type: Li-ion (6500 mAh @ 7.2 V)
Charge Type: Supports battery station or USB-C charger maximum rated power 65W (max voltage of 20V)
Charge Time: 2 hours
Chemical System: LiNiCoAIO2
External Battery (WB37 Intelligent Battery) Capacity: 4920 mAh
Voltage: 7.6 V
Battery Type: Li-ion
Energy: 37.39 Wh
Chemical System: LiCoO2
Operating Time[5] Internal Battery: Approx. 3 hours 18 min
Internal Battery + External Battery: Approx. 6 hours
Ingress Protection Rating[3] IP54
GNSS GPS+Galileo+BeiDou
Operating Temperature -20° to 50° C (-4° to 122° F)

O3 Enterprise

Operating Frequency[1] 2.4000-2.4835 GHz, 5.725-5.850 GHz
Max Transmission Distance (unobstructed, free of interference) 15 km (FCC); 8 km (CE/SRRC/MIC)
Max Transmission Distance (with interference) Strong Interference (urban landscape, limited line of sight, many competing signals): 1.5-3 km (FCC/CE/SRRC/MIC)
Medium Interference (suburban landscape, open line of sight, some competing signals): 3-9 km (FCC); 3-6 km (CE/SRRC/MIC)
Weak Interference (open landscape abundant line of sight, few competing signals): 9-15 km (FCC); 6-8 km (CE/SRRC/MIC)
Transmitter Power (EIRP) 2.4 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC); <20 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC)
5.8 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC); <14 dBm (CE); <23 dBm (SRRC)


Protocol Wi-Fi 6
Operating Frequency[1] 2.4000-2.4835 GHz; 5.150-5.250 GHz; 5.725-5.850 GHz
Transmitter Power (EIRP) 2.4 GHz: <26 dBm (FCC); <20 dBm (CE/ SRRC/MIC)
5.1 GHz: <26 dBm (FCC); <23 dBm (CE/ SRRC/MIC)
5.8 GHz: <26 dBm (FCC/SRRC); <14 dBm(CE)


Protocol Bluetooth 5.1
Operating Frequency[1] 2.4000-2.4835 GHz
Transmitter Power (EIRP) <10 dBm

BS30 Intelligent Battery Station

Dimensions 353×267×148 mm
Net Weight3.95 kg
Compatible Battery TypeTB30 Intelligent Flight Battery
WB37 Intelligent Battery
Input100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
OutputTB30 Battery Port: 26.1 V, 8.9 A (supported up to two outputs simultaneously)
WB37 Intelligent Battery: 8.7 V, 6 A
Output Power525 W
USB-C portMax. output power of 65 W
USB-A portMax. output power of 10 W (5 V, 2 A)
Power Consumption (when not charging battery)< 8 W
Output Power (when warming up battery)Approx. 30 W
Operating Temperature-20° to 40° C (-4° to 104° F)
Ingress Protection Rating[3] IP55 (with the cover closed properly)
Charging Time[6] Approx. 30 min (charging two TB30 batteries from 20% to 90%)
Approx. 50 min (charging two TB30 batteries from 0% to 100%)
Protection FeaturesAnti-Backflow Protection
Short Circuit Protection
Over Voltage Protection
Over Current Protection
Temperature Protection


  1. 5.8 and 5.1GHz frequencies are prohibited in some countries. In some countries, the 5.1GHz frequency is only allowed for use indoors.
  2. The maximum flight time and the hover time were tested in a lab environment and is for reference only.
  3. This protection rating is not permanent and may reduce over time after long-term use.
  4. Infrared temperature measurement accuracy was tested in a lab environment and is for reference only.
  5.  The maximum operating time was tested in a lab environment and is for reference only.
  6. The charging time was tested in a lab environment at room temperature. The value provided should be used for reference only.




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The following will give you the key information about the DJI Matrice 30(T) series drones to learn more about it.


Lightweight, reliable and easy to deploy, the all-new DJI Matrice 30 series is designed for commercial use in human applications such as law enforcement, search and rescue, firefighting, power line/ pipeline and well inspection. M30 series was developed from scratch, however, in order to fully realize the potential put for this series, the developer has turned its attention to the two top models of drones own production – a cinematic Mavic 3 and commercial Matrice 300 RTK, where during the painstaking work DJI engineers managed to fit into a new portable housing, the lion’s share of potential M300RTK. At the same time, the developer notes that the Matrice 30 series is not implemented to replace the unique Matrice 300 RTK, but only in addition to it.

Lightweight and portable

The M30 series is the only commercial platform of its kind with an ultra-compact and foldable design that allows corporate users to easily pack, carry and deploy a drone in the shortest possible time. In practice, the time from the start of deployment to launch takes less than 1 minute.

Powerful flight performance

Using the Matrice 30 drone series as an example, the developer has clearly demonstrated how a balance between power and portability can provide greater efficiency:

An all-weather solution

The M30 series has received optimum IP55 protection against water and dust ingress. The drone can easily withstand adverse weather conditions and temperatures ranging from -20°C~50°C.

Safety and Reliability

The M30 series drones, like their big brother Matrice 300 RTK, are equipped with a 360-degree sensor system for visualizing the world around them. A complex of optical and ToF sensors located on all six sides of the drone allows the output to provide the best safety in every mission. In addition, the developer has equipped the drone with a built-in ADS-B receiver, which provides timely warning of any aircraft in close proximity to the piloting area.

Redundancy of key systems

To ensure maximum flight safety and reliability, the Matrice 30 Series has a wide range of redundant systems and sensors that include:
Learn more about the drone’s redundant systems on the developer’s website.

DJI O3 Enterprise

To significantly improve the quality of video streaming, the developer has equipped the M30 series with a more interference-resistant OcuSync 3 Enterprise video transmission system, working in tandem with four high-performance built-in antennas. This approach, even in harsh environments, allowed not only smooth switching between input channels, but also the transmission of the video stream in 3-channel mode in FHD quality.
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Multifunctional camera system

In developing the camera system, the developer did not reinvent the wheel, but used the proven M20T (weight: 828g) multifunctional camera installed on Matrice 300RTK machines, which was subsequently reduced to the required size while maintaining the same performance and eventually got the name – M30(T) (M30T weight: 320g). So, the Matrice 30 series drones can be equipped with one of the two possible cameras without the possibility of quick replacement/upgrade:

  1. DJI M30 – the camera built into the 3-axis mechanical suspension has three sensors based on which are implemented: a wide-angle camera, a zoom camera and a laser rangefinder.
  2. DJI M30T – the camera built into the 3-axis mechanical suspension has four sensors based on which the wide-angle camera, zoom camera, laser rangefinder and thermal imager are implemented.

Key features of the camera system:

Wide-angle camera.

Zoom camera

Thermal camera

Laser rangefinder

FPV camera

To realize more effective control of the drone equipped with a FPV camera, optimized to work in low light conditions. The developer notes that the ground and the horizon line will be clearly visible even at night. According to the specification FPV camera provides shooting in FHD resolution at 30 frames per second, with a viewing angle of 161 °.

Smart Low-Light Photo

To ensure the best possible light sensitivity in low-light conditions, the developer has added a Smart Low-Light Photo mode to the RGB camera functionality, allowing you to capture bright and clear images even at night.

200x Hybrid Zoom

The zoom potential of the camera deserves special attention. A lossless 16x optical zoom is available to the operator. However, if for some reason this is not enough, the camera system also offers a 200x digital zoom, which greatly expands the Matrice 30 (T).

IR Shooting

Search and rescue, fire detection at a distance – this is all the domain of the high-resolution infrared module built into the multifunctional camera, allowing in the end a significant gain in time, which in some cases can cost lives.

Laser rangefinder

Closing the camera system’s potential is the high-precision laser rangefinder, which, through advanced sensor fusion algorithms, allows the operator to quickly obtain the coordinates of the selected object from a distance of up to 1,200 meters.

TB30 Intelligent Flight Battery

The TB30 Intelligent Flight Battery is a smart flight battery implemented to power the Matrice 30 (T) series drones with high efficiency. Each battery supports a self-heating function for operation in sub-zero temperatures, a hot-swap function to ensure quick start-up immediately after landing, and 400 charge cycles during which their claimed efficient operation is ensured.

Intelligent Battery Station

The BS30 Intelligent Flight Battery is a smart, portable solution with multiple charging modes designed to meet the needs of corporate customers. Capable of charging four pairs of TB30 Intelligent Flight Batteries and one pair of DJI RC Plus remote-control batteries. Each pair is charged in turn, noting that it only takes 30 minutes to charge one pair from 20 to 90%.


The latest multifunctional control hardware implemented specifically for corporate users. The list of key features of the hardware includes:


Exterior view of the DJI RC Plus multifunction control gear.

DJI Pilot 2

As part of the announcement of the Matrice 30 (T) drone series, the developer also introduced the second generation of the DJI Pilot enterprise mobile application, originally designed to maximize the inherent potential of DJI drones commercial niche. The list of key features of the updated software includes:

Updated interface

The developer notes that they have markedly improved the functionality of the interface in order to provide a more responsive interaction with the UAV. For example, access to the controls of the drone and payload is now a single tap. Also, practice has shown that the intuitive presentation of flight details and navigation information has improved the quality and efficiency of piloting.

Ergonomic design

The developer notes that the Pilot 2 software is as compatible as possible with the DJI RC Plus. Even the virtual and customizable buttons are now within intuitive reach and allow you to quickly interact with hot options such as adjusting the camera view and resetting pinpoints.

Preflight Checklist

The pre-flight checklist has also been redesigned. Now all the key information about the drone’s safety systems, as well as a number of key settings, will be available in a single sheet, allowing you to quickly determine the current health of the UAV and get on with the mission without delay.

Navigation Display

For proper safety and comprehensive flight awareness, an optimized interface now displays the takeoff location, PinPoint coordinates recorded and nearby obstacles side-by-side.


The developer also revised the operation of system alerts, resulting in improved overall visualization, resulting in timely and progressive display of alerts as events unfold.

DJI FlightHub 2

The next announced component of DJI’s enterprise drone ecosystem is the second generation of the versatile cloud-based platform for the comprehensive management of drone fleet operations – FlightHub 2. Now, in addition to the ability to receive live telemetry from each drone involved in a mission, view up to four video streams simultaneously in real time, and coordinate and manage the entire workflow online, the developer has added the following features:

2.5D terrain map

FlightHub 2 offers a 2.5D base map for quick terrain exploration, one-touch panorama synchronization for a quick overview of the terrain and a cloud map for quick RGB or infrared display.

Live Mission Broadcasting

FlightHub 2 allows you to connect multiple users to one or more drone operations simultaneously and keep teams up-to-date with high resolution, low latency live streaming.

Live annotations

FlightHub 2 allows you to highlight objects or areas of interest for effective mission management and resource allocation. Online annotations will be visible to all involved ground teams, pilots or any team member for timely project coordination and task allocation.

Streamlined team communication

FlightHub 2 allows operators to sync valuable information such as current team location, drone status, mission details and more, in real time and across multiple device types (smartphone/tablet/PC), making collaboration easier than ever.

Route planning and management

Flight routes and missions scheduled in FlightHub 2 can now be easily synced with Pilot 2. Operational data can be automatically uploaded to FlightHub 2 media files for unified management and analysis.

Smart Inspection

Upgrading to Live Mission Recording provides an optimized user interface, easy task recording and target point marking, saving up to 90% of operations. Suspension angle and photo settings can be adjusted between waypoints, increasing flight and mission efficiency.


  1. A maximum flight time of 41 minutes was achieved by flying the drone at a constant speed of 36 km/h in a windless environment. Actual flight time may vary depending on environment, flight mode, and accessories.
  2. In contrast to the flight wind speed of 15 m/s, takeoff and landing will be possible at wind speeds up to 12 m/s.
  3. The maximum declared practical ceiling of 7000 meters can be reached only by retrofitting the drone with high-altitude propellers type 1676.
  4. The default accuracy of the thermal camera reading is defined by a maximum value of ±2°C or ±2% .
  5. Laser rangefinder accuracy is ±(0.2 m + D × 0.15%); Where D indicates the distance from a vertical reflective surface.
  6. The Matrice 30 series (Dock Version) has an optional built-in charging module. It follows that the standard M30 series drones are not compatible with the DJI Dock and cannot be upgraded or modified to become the Dock Version.
  7. A maximum coverage radius of 7 kilometers when operating the drone in tandem with the DJI dock was obtained in an interference-free zone.
  8. The TB30’s smart flight battery can perform up to 400 charge cycles in 12 months if it is charged to 90% or higher for less than 120 days. You can view battery information in the DJI Pilot 2 app under “Health Management System/UAV General Status Monitoring and Self-Diagnostic System.

DJI Dock

DJI Dock is the first all-weather landing and charging station from DJI Innovations that allows fully remote automatic programmed flights of Matrice 30 (T) Dock version drones 24/7, day and night, rain and sun.


Key features of the DJI Dock:


The developer offers the docking station in two packages:

  1. M30 Dock Version (Includes M30 Dock Version series drone)
  2. M30T Dock Version (Includes M30T Dock Version series drone)


Product Name DJI Dock
Total Weight90 kg
DimensionsCover Open (Weather Station excluded): 1,675 mm×895 mm×530 mm (L×W×H)
Cover Closed (Weather Station excluded): 805mm×895mm×840 mm (L×W×H)
Input Voltage100-240 VAC, 47-63 Hz
Max Input Power1,500 W
Operating Temperature-35 to 50° C (-31 to 122° F)
Ingress Protection RatingIP55
Number of Drones Accommodated1
Max Allowable Landing Wind Speed12 m/s
Max Operating Altitude4,000 m
Max Operating Radius7,000 m
Receiving Frequency of RTK Base Station SatelliteSimultaneously receive:
GPS: L1 C/A, L2, L5
BeiDou2: B1l, B2l, B3l
BeiDou3:B1l, B1C, B2a, B3l
Galileo: E1, E5A, E5B
Positioning Accuracy of RTK Base StationHorizontal: 1 cm+1 ppm (RMS)
Vertical: 2 cm+1 ppm (RMS)
Charging Performance
Output Voltage 18 to 26.1 V
Charging Time 25 minutes
Note: This is if the ambient temperature is 25°C (77° F), and the aircraft is charged from 10% to 90%.
Video Transmission
Video Transmission System O3 Enterprise
Operating Frequency 2.4000-2.4835 GHz
5.725-5.850 GHz
Antennas 4 antennas, 2T4R
Transmitter Power (EIRP) 2.4 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC); <20 dBm (CE/SRRC/MIC)
5.8 GHz: <33 dBm (FCC); <14 dBm (CE); <23 dBm (SRRC)
Air Conditioning System
Operating Voltage 48 VDC
Air Conditioning Type TEC Air Conditioning
Backup BatteryBackup Battery
Battery Capacity 12 Ah
Output Voltage 24 V
Battery Type Lead-acid Battery
Backup Battery Life > 5 hours
Network Access
Ethernet Access 10/100/1000Mbps Adaptive Ethernet port
Wind Speed Sensor Supported
Rainfall Sensor Supported
Ambient Temperature Sensor Supported
Water Immersion Sensor Supported
In-cabin Temperature Sensor Supported
In-cabin Humidity Sensor Supported
Vibration Sensor Supported
Integrated Security Camera (On Cover)
Resolution 1920×1080
Field of View (FOV) 180°
Auxiliary Light Supported, Auxiliary White Light
Lightning Protection
AC Power Port 40 kA (8/20μs waveform), meets EN/IEC 61643-11 TYPE 2 protection level requirements
Ethernet Port 1.5 kA (8/20μs waveform), meets EN/IEC 61643-21 CATEGORY C protection level requirements
Supported Software
Applications DJI Pilot 2 (connects to DJI Dock via DJI RC Plus for configuration and commissioning)
Cloud Platform DJI FlightHub 2
3rd Party Platforms through DJI Cloud API
Expansion Capability
Open Protocol DJI Cloud API
Edge Computing Internal power supply, data interface, and installation space
The following will give you a look at the DJI Dock’s key information to learn more about the product.

Full Cloud Computing Control

The Dock is fully compatible with FlightHub 2, allowing you to use all of DJI Dock’s features directly from the cloud. Plan missions, create and edit flight paths, and view photos, videos, maps, and geo-tagged panoramas collected by your drone park. All collected data can be automatically downloaded and saved for later use.

Online Awareness

The DJI docking station is equipped with a built-in wide-angle surveillance camera, so corporate users can monitor their surroundings online in high resolution at any time, so that they are always aware of the current status of the docking station and drone.

Operation and maintenance

The operator can monitor the current status of both the docking stations and the DJI drones themselves remotely from the cloud, allowing for timely maintenance, thus ensuring a high level of responsiveness and maximum operational safety. Plus, the docking station itself is built on a modular design of the main components, which greatly simplifies its maintenance.

Fast charging

Thanks to the built-in TEC air conditioning system, which intelligently cools the drone’s batteries, the developer was able to achieve an impressively fast battery charge from 10 to 90% in just 25 minutes.

A powerful all-weather solution

The developer has made sure that the docking station works continuously at any time of the day or night, regardless of weather conditions. In particular, the following features contributed to this potential:

  1. Sand and dust protection: IP55
  2. Temperature working range: -35℃ to 50℃
  3. Overvoltage protection: 40kA
  4. Max run time on built-in backup battery: 5 hours
  5. Active temperature control to ensure fast charging of drone batteries
  6. Maintenance interval: 6 months

Broad coverage

The overall capability of the docking station and drones is without exaggeration worthy of respect. A fully charged M30 can stay in the air for up to 40 minutes and perform monitoring missions up to 7 kilometers from the docking station.

Easy installation

The DJI docking station weighs less than 100 kg and takes up less than 1 square meter of space. Installation requires fixation on the ground, access to a power source and internet. Launch and setup is done in minutes with a single DJI RC Plus remote control.

Modular maintenance

The developer notes that thanks to the modular design of the main components, maintenance of the docking station will not take much time.


DJI Dock is equipped with highly integrated hardware that enhances the functionality of the system:

  1. Wide-angle security camera
  2. Integrated weather station
  3. Built-in omni-directional antenna
  4. RTC module
  5. Expansion slot for peripheral calculations

Peripheral Computing

DJI docking stations include so-called peripheral computing expansion slots that allow you to perform media pre-processing and more to further improve performance.

Private deployment

The Cloud API opens up docking station functionality to developers and system integrators who can set up their own private server. Based on standard protocols such as MQTT, HTTPS, and Websocket, DJI Cloud API sufficiently abstracts the feature set and isolates the complex logic of hardware operations in the drone, allowing our developers to focus on their business without worrying about flight logic. Furthermore, the DJI Cloud API can adapt to any network as long as the DJI Pilot2 or DJI Dock is allowed access to a third-party platform server.


  1. The maximum range of 7 km has been achieved with no transmission or signal interference and wind speed <4 m/s, with a flight speed of 15 m/s and a system reserve of 20% battery charge as a safety buffer for landing.
  2. A fast charge in 25 minutes was achieved at an ambient air temperature of 25℃. It follows that as the temperature rises, the battery cooling time will increase, which will increase the downtime accordingly.
  3. The AC overvoltage protection capacity is 40 kA (8/20 μs waveform) and meets the protection levels of EN/IEC 61643-11 TYPE 2. The RJ45 surge protection capacity is 1.5 kA (8/20 µs waveform). They correspond to CATEGORY C level of protection according to EN/IEC 61643-21. The ability to protect against overvoltage depends on the capacity and reliability of the grounding. To minimize the risk of voltage surges, make sure grounding is done properly during installation.
  4. Each DJI docking station has a built-in backup battery that can provide power for 5 hours and ensure that the drone can safely return and land in the event of a power outage.
  5. Depending on environmental conditions and frequency of operations, maintenance of the DJI Dock is recommended for at least 6 months.
  6. The drone can take off and land in wind speeds up to 12 m/s.
  7. The result of the maximum flight time of 40 minutes was achieved in windless conditions, with a horizontal flight speed of 36 km/h. It is worth considering that the actual flight time may vary depending on the environment, flight mode and accessories.

User Data Security

DJI cares more than anyone else about the security and privacy of enterprise user data and offers the latter the best protection for user data:

Open ecosystem for developers

Price and availability

Standard versions of the DJI Matrice 30 (T) drones are already available for purchase at all official DJI stores. DJI Matrice 30 (T) Dock versions will be available by the end of the year. The developer has set the following prices depending on the selected version:

  1. DJI M30 Package – $9,999
  2. DJI M30T Package – $13,999
  3. DJI Dock + M30 Dock version – $29,999
  4. DJI Dock + M30T Dock version – $33,999



There are two versions of the Matrice 30 series: M30 (a camera that uses three sensors for wide angle, zoom and laser rangefinder) and M30T (a camera that uses four sensors for wide angle, zoom, laser rangefinder and thermal imaging).
The DJI Dock is only compatible with the M30 Dock version (Dock version) and M30T Dock version (Dock version) drones. Regular M30 series drones are not compatible with the dock, nor can they be converted to it. This is because the M30 (T) Dock version drones have slight body differences to ensure dock compatibility. When you purchase the DJI Dock, the M30 Dock version or the M30T Dock version will also be included.
Yes, it is supported. The M30 series drones are equipped with the Drone Beam Lock feature. If any of the drone’s beams have not been properly locked, the mobile app will issue a warning prohibiting takeoff.


With the BS30 Intelligent Battery Station, it will take about 50 minutes to fully charge the two TB30 Intelligent Flight batteries, about 40 minutes to charge to 90%, and only about 30 minutes to charge from 20% to 90%
TB30 Intelligent Flight batteries can operate in ambient temperatures ranging from -20°C to 50°C. However, it should be understood that operating at low temperatures will shorten battery life. Please plan your flight time appropriately. To ensure optimal battery performance, it is recommended to keep the battery temperature above 18°C or to warm the battery to 18°C using the self-heating function (the takeoff restriction will be triggered automatically if the battery temperature is below 10°C).
The TB30 Intelligent Flight Battery has a capacity of 131.6-watt hours. This issue requires approval by authorized airline personnel. Please follow local airline regulations if you plan to fly with batteries.
Prolonged storage of a fully charged lithium battery greatly reduces its life. To ensure safe storage and extend battery life, a fully charged battery will automatically activate its self-discharge function and discharge to about 60%. During the auto-discharge process, the battery will generate some heat, which is normal.

Battery Station

Remote control

At the time of release, the DJI RC Plus remote control is only compatible with the M30 series drones. However, it will support other corporate UAV models in the future.

Camera and suspension

The payloads on these drones are fixed and cannot be replaced.
Single Shot, High-res Grid Photo, Timed Shot, Panorama, and Smart Low-light Photo.
Set the pendant at the 90° position to lock its travel. Locking the hanger allows you to better protect the camera lens and prevent scratches during transportation or storage of the drone. The camera pendant can be quickly and easily unlocked upon arrival at the mission site.


Payload SDK and Mobile SDK are supported. The Payload SDK interface on top of the M30 series drone integrates the Onboard SDK functions. Please contact [email protected] for further technical support.
It does not. The M30 series drones are not designed for precision aerial mapping. Users can plan the flight path and take pictures in FPV mode in DJI Pilot 2.0 app, but the accuracy of such a model is not guaranteed.
Yes. Update the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station firmware to the latest version to use it with the M30 series.

There are three ways to update the firmware:

  1. Connect the drone to your computer and update the firmware of the drone, remote control (RCU), battery, and D-RTK 2 mobile station using DJI Assistant 2 For Enterprise.
  2. Use DJI Pilot 2.0 to update the firmware of the drone, remote control (RC), battery, D-RTK 2 Mobile Station, and BS30 Smart Battery Station.
  3. Download the firmware from the DJI website and insert the SD card with the firmware package into the drone for an offline update.

For more information, see the user manual.

DJI Pilot 2.0 (For Android) and other software developed using MSDK.


M30 series includes two versions: Chinese version and international version. Please check the availability of the product at official DJI stores as well as local after-sales service centers.

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