DJI and Loveland Innovations Announce AI-Powered Roof Damage Detection Software Now Available on Mavic 3 Enterprise


Loveland Innovations, the leader in property inspections and analytics, and DJI, the world's leading drone manufacturer, today announced a new era in their long-standing partnership by announcing support of DJI's new Mavic 3 Enterprise and the RC Pro Enterprise through a new offering named IMGING Flight. IMGING flight leverages the all-new Mavic 3 Enterprise drone airframe with the RC Pro Enterprise, a smart controller that will replace a phone or tablet when flying IMGING on the Mavic 3 Enterprise. With its reasonable pricing and advanced features for property inspections, the Mavic 3 Enterprise is the world's most advanced small commercial drone. With this new seamless IMGING integration, it has solidified its position as the leading choice for property inspections. 

"We're excited to launch IMGING Flight with DJI's best-in-class Mavic 3 Enterprise drone," said Leif Larson, CTO of Loveland Innovations. "Our tight collaboration and work with DJI goes back many years, resulting in early software development kit (SDK) access, Mavic 3 Enterprise prototype hardware, and quick-to-market support of the Mavic 3 Enterprise drone." 

"Loveland Innovations is an industry leader in property inspection space and well known for their AI-powered damage detection. We are excited to further their work in the roof inspection and solar survey space as a valued drone software solutions partner," said Wang Zi Xuan, Overseas Business Development Manager for DJI.  

IMGING Flight is part of the IMGING inspection platform. Users can buy IMGING as a complete software and kit solution or as an app to run on their existing Mavic 3 Enterprise and RC Pro Enterprise to start improving their inspection process today. 

About Loveland Innovations  

Loveland Innovations is the maker of IMGING, the leading platform for property inspections and analytics. With IMGING, inspection professionals use smartphones and automated drones to digitize a property or structure and analyze it with the help of deep learning and computer vision, giving them the clarity to act quickly and confidently. 

Contact Information:
Ethan Kirk
AVP Marketing
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