Mavic 3 Safety Features
The DJI Mavic 3 has improved obstacle sensing and navigation systems, upgraded tracking capabilities, DJI AirSense, and an Advanced Return to Home function.
APAS 5.0: Combines inputs from six fish-eye vision sensors and two wide-angle sensors which sense obstacles in all directions and plan safe flight routes to avoid them. APAS 5.0 is most effective when flying under adequate lighting conditions.
ActiveTrack 5.0: This upgraded tracking mode enables the Mavic 3 to move with the subject as it moves forward, backward, left, right, and diagonally, and fly alongside as well as around a moving subject. It can also pick an object back up if it temporarily disappears from the frame. ActiveTrack 5.0 will be available on a future firmware update.
Advanced Return To Home: This upgraded version of RTH enables the drone to automatically determine the shortest, safest, and energy-efficient route to land back at its home point, also taking into account the wind speed and power required to RTH. This provides more time flying safely before triggering the RTH action.
Powerful Positioning Algorithm: Improved hovering precision with signals from GPS, GLONASS, and BeiDou satellites. This makes Mavic 3 less likely to drift in the air and more stable when shooting long exposures and timelapses.
DJI AirSense: Integrated AirSense system to warn drone pilots of nearby manned aviation transmitting ADS-B signals.
Geofencing And Altitude Limits: Alerts when flying near to sensitive locations and altitude limits.