Public Safety should stick with the Mini 2 drone, and leave the Mini SE at home.
Public safety is a field that has been relying on drones more and more to do their jobs more efficiently. One of the most popular drones for public safety is the DJI Mini 2. The new Mini SE might be too much of a downgrade for them. The reduced transmission distance and lack of dual frequency leaves it incompatible with the reliability and flexibility public safety operators need. Simply put, public safety should stick with the Mini 2 drone and leave the Mini SE at home.
DJI’s Mini SE might be the most affordable drone yet, but it is not a replacement for the Mini 2. Public safety has been using the mini in various scenarios. Fire fighters love its portability and reliable transmission distance. Public safety can fly their own mini inside dense urban environments with few issues. The Mini SE won’t work for public safety taking flight in areas with lots of wifi. The reduced transmission system would significantly limit the operating capability of the aircraft as a whole.
Public safety can only utilize the most reliable drones on the market. With reduced features, firefighters and emergency service members might want to ignore the Mini SE. The Mini is one of the most popular drones on the market, and for good reason. Public safety will have a much better experience with the more expensive Mini 2 drone than they would with this toy model.
If you’re looking to compare all of the features from the Mini SE and the Mini 2, check out our recent write up here.
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