DJI releases the T20, Spreading System 2.0, and the Precise Agriculture Solution.
DJI releases the P4 Multispectral.
DJI’s Agras drones were reported to have covered over 32,947,384 acres (200,000,000 mu) of farmland in China.
DJI joins forces with Sinochem Agriculture and Syngenta to hold the first Agtech Service Competition.
DJI opens the world’s first DJI Agriculture flagship store in the Jiansanjiang city of Heilongjiang province.
In collaboration with Syngenta and the National Agro-Tech Extension and Service Center, DJI establishes training for crop protection pilots on safe pesticide use.
The DJI Agriculture Data Platform is released.
DJI Terra is released, and a new Orchard mode for the T16 is introduced.
DJI releases the T16, ushering in a new era of automatic crop protection operations for orchards.
DJI successfully holds the second Agras Drone Championship.
DJI surpasses 20,000 market volume in China and over 16,473,692 acres (100,000,000 mu) in field coverage.
DJI launches the Spreading System 1.0, enhancing drone spraying operations.
DJI co-establishes collaborative drone technology laboratories with the Institute of Plant Protection, the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), and the China Agricultural University (CAU).
DJI signs a production-study-research protocol agreement with the South China Agricultural University (SCAU)
DJI establishes strategic cooperation with Microsoft to stimulate technological progress in digital agriculture.
DJI teams up with BASF and Corteva to spur the development of the Agras drone industry.
DJI signs a strategic cooperation agreement with Syngenta to advance agriculture development in China.
DJI launches the Repair Master’s Program, providing product repair and maintenance training to participants.
DJI releases the MG-1SA, MG-1P, and MG-1P RTK, integrating FPV applications into crop protection drones.
The first Agras Drone Championship is held, offering a platform for crop protection drone pilots nationwide.
DJI’s agrarian drones are listed on agriculture machinery reports in multiple countries.
DJI sells Agras products to Europe, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.
DJI establishes cooperation with Noposion and together create agricultural drone solutions for crop protection.
The DJI Agriculture Management Platform is created.
DJI releases the MG-1S and MG-1S RTK, the world’s first crop protection drone capable of both automatic and manual operations.
DJI begins UTC courses, providing professional training for crop protection drone pilots.
DJI creates Enterprise Shield, the first free warranty policy for crop protection drones.
DJI sells Agras products to Southeast Asia, Japan, and South Korea, helping to grow its global marketing presence.
DJI creates DJI Agriculture and releases the Agras MG-1 drone.
DJI introduces its cutting-edge technology to the agricultural industry, exploring the potential of drones in improving field production.
DJI is founded, determined to stimulate the research and development of drone systems.