In September 21, Autel launched the first EVO II Pro and also the EVO II Dual 640T Enterprise. to resellers across the Globe. Last year enterprise drones received great attention from manufacturers but nothing came close to Autel Robotics.

I’ve had the opportunity to fly the EVO II Pro numerous times with Skyviation and I’m really impressed with the small things that they thought of like the mini Smart Controller. Althouhh personally I haven't flown the Dual 640T Enterprise, I hear  the quality of the 640*512 InfiRay thermal sensor is incredible and is now standard for integration into Thermal Enterprise UAS. 

EVO II Enterprise Pro (6K) – Video Production, Photography, Mapping, 3D Modeling and Inspections

  • Sony IMX383 1” CMOS Image Sensor

EVO II Dual 640T Enterprise – Asset/Infrastructure Inspections, Public Safety and Wildlife Management

  • Sony IMX586 1/2” CMOS Sensor
    • Fixed Aperture: f/1.8
    • 4x Lossless Zoom / 16x Digital Zoom
    • Shoot up to 8K Video
  • InfiRay 640×512 Thermal Core
  • Vanadium Oxide Uncooled 
  • Radiometric Capabilities
  • 16x Digital Zoom
  • Night flight screen recording

I'll be continuing this review soon once I've had more hands on experience

The official line from DJI regarding this question of 'Can I fly the DJI Mavic 3 with my A2CofC' and is the Mavic 3 C2 / A2 Certified  "This issue is of the utmost importance to us, and we hope to resolve it as quickly as is feasibly possible."

As things stand right now, the Mavic 3 does not have a class marking so officially you can't fly it 'close to people' from the end of 2022.   It doesn't have any immediate impact for drone operators. so the current situation is very much 'as you were' but if you ask the question to DJI of Can I have a refund on Mavic 3 if it doesn't get the C2 marking in time and the answer will be a big fat no! 

The weight is roughly 900g, the drone can be flown in the A2 CofC  (subcategory of the Open Category). This permits flights up to 50m horizontally from uninvolved people - providing the Remote Pilot has an A2CofC but it gets so confusing. That is all for the moment on the DJI Mavic 3 but I'll come back with more of an update soon. In the meantime the jury is still very much out of whether to spend over £2,000 on your drone and batteries or whether you shpul perhaps consider going for the Air 2S instead.... or even perhaps an Autel model instead. I'd love to get my hand some one of these...