Drone maker DJI’s update-o-rama continued Wednesday with the release of (yet another) firmware upgrade – this time for the Mini 2 – and a new version of its DJI Terra uber-mapping solution. Those two bring the company’s software revisions to five this week alone.
The dual product revamps largely iron out wrinkles reported in previous versions, though improvements to Mini 2 operation appear to be limited compared to the extensive fixes in the new iteration of DJI Terra. According to the company’s release announcement on the latter – involving new V01.04.0000 aircraft and V04.11.0032 remote controller firmware, plus upgrades to V1.5.10 DJI Fly App iOS and V1.5.10 DJI Fly App Android – will permit the down-and-dirty improvement of “optimized flight safety.”
But where the Mini 2 upgrade is limited, effects of the re-worked DJI Terra appear to be large.
The one-stop-shopping software interfaces with linked drones to allow professional…