DJI Wins 2017 Emmy for Technology and Engineering

| September 1, 2017

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DJI, a manufacturer of civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, has won an Emmy for Technology and Engineering from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. DJI’s camera drone technology was recognized for excellence in engineering creativity, specifically for creating “Low Latency Remote Controlled Airborne Video Platforms for Television.” DJI’s technology has provided directors and cinematographers an affordable, accessible platform to create low-altitude aerial images and this has opened up creative possibilities and the look of some TV shows.

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