2016 DJI Developer Challenge - 10 Teams Enter Final Round


The third DJI Developer Challenge received a total of 130 proposals from all around the world with 25 teams selected to proceed to the second round of the competition. After nearly four months of development and two more rounds of screening, 10 stand out teams have been invited to the final round which will be held at the Griffiss International Airport in New York State this coming August.

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DJI SDK: Skycatch Launches COMMANDER for iOS


With the Skycatch COMMANDER iOS app, pilots can easily create high-resolution maps and 3D models by planning and safely flying autonomous missions in just a few simple steps. Data can be automatically uploaded for automated cloud processing and accessed via the Skycatch Dashboard to view, analyze, and share with clients and company personnel.

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Announcing the Winners of the DJI Mobile SDK Hackathon


At DeveloperWeek 2016, DJI held its first ever Mobile SDK Hackathon, an event where developers worked in teams and used DJI’s Mobile SDK to build apps for DJI’s signature Osmo, a 3-axis handheld camera stabilization system in just 30 hours.

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DJI Osmo Hackathon to be held at Developer Week 2016


DJI, the world leader in aerial technology, will challenge developers attending Developer Week 2016 to build a creative mobile application around the Osmo, DJI’s first fully integrated, stabilized handheld 4K camera.

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Mobile SDK 3.0: The Future Reinvented


The DJI Dev Team is proud to present Mobile SDK 3.0: The Future Reinvented. After listening to feedback from you, the developers, our engineers have refactored and re-written the architecture from the ground up, creating our most powerful SDK for DJI aerial platforms yet. New architecture and documentation make the interfaces intuitive to use, MissionManager and CustomMission give you better control over the platform with less code, Bridge App and the Remote Logger for iOS solve age long problems inherent to iOS.

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DJI Kicks Off 2016 DJI Developer Challenge


Get ready to Build the Unimaginable because registration for the 2016 DJI Developer Challenge is now open. Flex your developer muscles in the world’ most prestigious aerial robotics competition and receive exclusive DJI Developer equipment and the opportunity to win US$100,000 in prize money.

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DJI Matrice 100 Reloaded: New Onboard SDK Released


New updates are now available for the DJI Matrice 100, including additional control ports for the gimbal and camera, and support for DJI Intelligent Modes. The original onboard SDK functions have been upgraded and optimized, and more detailed documentation and sample code are also available to help you integrate the DJI Matrice 100 into different applications and industries.

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Report From The 2nd DJI Developer Challenge


We’re happy to announce that the second edition of the DJI Developer Challenge was successfully concluded on August 30th.

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Build, Customize, And Program Your Own System With DJI’s Latest Tools


DJI has announced the Matrice 100 flight platform and Guidance vision detection system - DJI’s newest tools that enable you to revolutionize the world.

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DJI SDK supports for the Inspire 1 and Phantom 3


The current DJI Software Development Kit (SDK) provides a total solution for professional users and developers to create customized apps for DJI aerial platforms, allowing them to be used in more creative or specialized ways. The DJI SDK opens allows access to the camera, gimbal, Wi-Fi transmitter and flight On Screen Display (OSD), Ground Station and flight control system. It works by sending commands to aircraft through an API, enabling developers to create apps for any need.

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Join the Second DJI Developer Challenge and Win!


Registration for the second DJI Developer Challenge began on March 14th, go to the DJI Developer webpage and register now before May 10th for your chance to win.

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First DJI Developer Challenge Winners Announced: The Beginnings of a Journey


DJI — a global leader in developing and manufacturing innovative drone technology for commercial and recreational use — has announced the winners of its first ever Developer Challenge for university students. Participants created apps based on the DJI SDK (software development kit) with the overarching theme of “Changing Lives & The World”. Seven teams emerged as finalists from a pool of more than 100 competing teams, and were invited to DJI’s global headquarters in Shenzhen, China to present their mobile apps to a panel of judges.

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