DJI Mavic 3 Earns C1 EU Exam Certificate,in a World's First
Shenzhen, China-based DJI, the world’s leading drone manufacturer, has been granted the first C1 EU-type examination certificate allowing drones to operate under the new European drone regulation framework. TÜV Rheinland, the international testing service provider charged with certifying civilian unmanned aerial vehicles for operating in European Union-affiliated countries, announced the granting of the certificate on August 18. The testing agency’s experts “comprehensively tested the Mavic 3 system from manufacturer DJI for compliance with the drone class C1 requirements of the new regulation (EU) 2019/945,” TÜV Rheinland said in a statement. In a press release, DJI said the C1 certificate, which requires the user to update to C1-compliant firmware, brings a number of advantages to the company.