Will DJI Mini 3 Pro receive Europe’s C0 class identification label?
DJI’s latest travel-friendly drone, Mini 3 Pro, has a ton of exciting features packed inside its sub-250-gram frame. The newly-released aircraft is also the first in the Mini drone series to automatically detect obstacles and find a safer path around them during flight. But does the DJI Mini 3 Pro meet Europe’s CE C0 class identification standards?
According to new European regulations, drones bearing a CE class 0 mark and weighing up to 250 g can fly in subcategory A1, which means almost everywhere, except over assemblies of people, or areas that the state has forbidden by imposing a restriction on drone flights.
DJI says it has designed the Mini 3 Pro in line with the current draft C0 standards. These standards are expected to be finalized in the near future, or more specifically, toward the end of 2022.
As such, the drone maker is currently conducting the certification test under the available draft standards. And once it obtains the class…