DJI, the world’s leading c-drone vendor, has just opened a store in Paris, in the rue Soufflot of the 5th arrondissement in partnership with retailer studio SPORT based in Rouen. Alexandre Maupas, founder and CEO of studio SPORT, will manage the 100m2 space in the capital. Hobbyists and professionals will find the Chinese brands’ product ranges – Osmo, Spark, Mavic, Phantom, Inspire, Ronin et Matrice – as well as advice and in-store events.
The GSM-90AVU(B) bird is 5ft (1.5m) long and can be towed by any Vertical Takeoff and Landing (VTOL) c-drone which can lift 13lb (6kg). Image: GEM Systems
At left, a map showing Orano's nuclear waste processing plant at la Hague; at right, the same view in France's Géoportail database, showing precisely the restricted airspace for drone flights with DGAC data. The Altitude Angel and AirMap databases show the restricted airspace, but DJI's GEO does not, although an imminent update will. Image: Orano/Géoportail