DMI View App
This application is for controlling the drones of Doosan Mobility Innovation.
You can view flight video in real time, check the status of the drone and Powerpack, as well as set up a waypoint mission.
When using DP20 with M600, please use the below application provided by Doosan Mobility
Innovation to check the status and remaining hydrogen in Powerpack.
(Not supported by DJI application)
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus,
iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular,
iPad mini 2, iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 3,
iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi + Cellular.
- Android version 4.4.0 or later. Compatible with Samsung S8 ,Samsung S7 edge, Samsung S7,
Samsung S6, Samsung S5, Samsung NOTE4, Samsung tabs 705c, Ascend Mate 9, Ascend Mate 7,
Huawei Honor 8, Huawei P8 Max, Vivo X7, Mi 5, Google Nexus 6p, Nexus 9, Google Nexus 7 II, LG V20.
- Support for additional devices available as testing and development continues.
You can control your drone using an app downloadable on your smartphone. We also provide PC-based GCS (ground control system).
How is a fuel cell-powered drone different from a tethered drone, which can also fly long hours?
A fuel cell-powered drone has a competitive advantage in many areas such as ease of use and durability. A tethered drone is relatively affordable [compared to other long flight hour drones] as it costs about KRW 30 million to 50 million, but you need to have a tension control system to prevent the power cable from getting tangled, and there is the inconvenience of having to carry around a small power generator for outdoor operations. Also, the drone operating environment is limited as it can only fly up to a range of 30m. The power cables get frequently tangled up or cut off too.
A fuel cell-powered drone has a comparative advantage relative to a tethered drone and VTOL in various areas such as ease of use and durability. A VTOL drone costs more than KRW 100m, and frequent errors and breakdowns occur compared to existing multicopters during operation due to the complexity of operation and the propulsion system. It also needs an automatic stabilizing system due to the flight instability caused when changing from horizontal flight mode to vertical flight mode, and it is impossible to hover for long hours or take precise photographs unlike multicopters.
How is it different from a gasoline-hybrid drone that has recently been released for long flight time?
A gasoline-hybrid drone has a safety issue based on a gasoline car explosion test that finds that gasoline vehicles explode when they fall or crash. Also, a drone has many heat-sensitive parts, and since a gasoline engine works by burning gasoline, the risks of explosion and fire are high. Plus, a gasoline engine creates high levels of noise and vibration when used, so it will have limited use in silent flight or precision data collection operations
Other weaknesses are that it is composed of too many parts and that it has a high failure rate (mean time between failure of 50 hours). On the other hand, the fuel cell powerpack, which uses hydrogen energy, is environmentally friendly with almost zero pollutant emissions, making it possible to operate indoors.
Fuel cell powerpacks can also be used as back-up power (for outdoor-use, military-use, data storage, etc.) compact forklifts, electronic bicycles, motorcycles, flying cars, AGV(Autonomous Ground Vehicle) & robot arm tracks, to name a few.
It can be used in various industries such as infrastructure management, public, construction, mining, agriculture, livestock industry, and logistics.
Yes, the goal of Doosan Mobility Innovation is to provide solutions needed by all our customers. Please let the Sales Manager of Doosan Mobility Innovation know what you need, and we will develop the solution you want with our partners.
Yes, they are. We will be able to conduct a field test in the first quarter of 2019 in the US, which is the time we will obtain a certification in Canada, and we can start conducting tests in other countries in the second quarter of 2019.
You can contact our Sales Manager for a joint field test, but we do not provide a trial period.
We plan to focus on our entry into and settlement in the drone fuel cell market by targeting the demand for within VLOS, long flight time drones (especially for public demand and infrastructure). In the medium- to long-term, we will expand our business to BVLOS flight drones including logistics in full swing by securing a BVLOS platform.
You can download the application from November.