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AVSS announce – Drone Parachute for DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise and Mavic 3 Thermal

(New Brunswick, Canada) – AVSS – Aerial Car Security Options Inc. (AVSS) is happy to announce the launch of the PRS-M3E, a drone parachute for the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise and the DJI Mavic 3 Thermal. The DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise and Mavic 3 Thermal are among the many hottest industrial drones used globally. AVSS’s redesigned parachute restoration system line-up gives a light-weight, small type issue, and succesful parachute restoration system.The corporate has just lately begun accepting pre-orders with supply to approved resellers commencing in July 2024.The PRS-M3E is an easy plug-and-play design that makes use of the DJI onboard PSDK. The preliminary launch of the PRS-M3E features a Parachute Restoration System (PRS), a Flight Termination System (FTS), an Computerized Triggering System (ATS), a Handbook Triggering Machine (MTD), EASA 2512, ASTM F3322-22 documentation, and compliance with the FAA’s Class 2 and Class 3 necessities.

After launching the PRS-M3E, AVSS will then provide the PRS-M3EX, an EASA MOC 2511-compliant model with segregated FTS. Not like different EASA MOC 2511-compliant variations, the PRS-M3EX is not going to require the tip person to ship the drone away for in depth modification to the drone’s inner wiring/ESC/motors nor does the PRS-M3EX use a questionable mechanical flight termination system that bodily jams the propellers to cease them from spinning. The PRS-M3EX is an easy FTS slide-in module.

“2024 has turned out to be an incredible 12 months for AVSS and the corporate’s compliant parachute restoration system choices on the varied DJI industrial drones. With current commercialization and compliance testing accomplished on a small industrial drone, providing an ASTM F3322-22 compliant answer for the Mavic 3 Enterprise and Mavic 3 Thermal was a pure development”, mentioned Vice President of Operations, Mariah Murray. “Furthermore, over the past three months, we now have acquired quite a few requests for us to construct the PRS-M3E. At first, our group was hesitant to supply a parachute restoration system for the industrial Mavic 3 product line because the obtainable payload weight of 130 grams is a tough goal when incorporating a commercially viable, non-invasive flight termination system and a suitable descent fee for kinetic power targets under 15 joules (11 ft-lbs). To commercialize the drone parachute for the PRS-M3E, our engineering group spent appreciable time decreasing the PRS-M3E product weight to be under the 130 grams of obtainable payload weight. This engineering effort ensured the PRS-M3E baseline mannequin doesn’t exceed the listed Most Take Off Weight (MaxTOW) of the DJI Mavic 3 Enterprise and DJI Mavic 3 Thermal whereas assembly kinetic power and switch of power targets set by Civil Aviation Authorities”.

For extra details about the PRS-M3E, you may contact AVSS immediately by their web site at

About AVSS: Based in 2017, AVSS – Aerial Car Security Options Inc. (AVSS) is a Canadian aerospace firm commercializing know-how for City Air Mobility. AVSS’s present merchandise are ASTM F3322 parachute restoration techniques for industrial drones, unbiased flight termination techniques, and precision-guided supply techniques for last-mile supply.

AVSS’s retrofit merchandise for DJI merchandise (DJI M3D, DJI M3TD, DJI M200, DJI M300 RTK, DJI M350 RTK) are distributed worldwide by their greater than 50 approved vendor community and bought on to drone producers internationally. AVSS additionally offers direct assist to drone producers and pilots who combine the PRS product line for flight over folks and BVLOS compliance, akin to Skydio X10Brinc Responder. This consists of the completion of 4 ASTM F3322 assessments, a number of BVLOS Particular Flight Operator Certificates approvals in Canada, the primary FAA Technique of Compliance from a parachute restoration system producer for the FAA for Operations Over Individuals rule, and the Mild UAS Operator Certificates accredited by EASA in Europe.[1]



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