DJI, a market leader in drones, has introduced the RoboMaster Tello Talent drone as part of its DJI Education Division.
The RoboMaster Tello Talent (TT) has more powerful features than its ancestor, the RoboMaster Tello EDU, which also has an extra capability that the Tello EDU does not provide.
A new extension board and expanded Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities turn the device into a highly effective educational tool, according to GizmoChina.
The difference between this paradigm and the previous one is a combination of hardware and software enhancements, including improved graphics, stability, a more user-centric GUI, and an exclusive program based on student progress at all stages.
According to the paper, there is an open-source computing chip and modern swarming applications.
The unit, it added, would serve as a critical educational resource as well as an educational tool.
The DJI Education Division’s mission is to grow internationally and partner with schools to provide services that will further promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education (STEM).
The computer and its associated tools would undoubtedly aid budding students in their analysis of robotics and its application to real-world contexts.
Since 2013, when DJI launched its robotics university summer camp, DJI has been a leader in robotics education.
The business has since made significant inroads into the robotics ecosystem, especially in the area of drones.
Apart from this, the Chinese corporation is expanding its range of agricultural drones.