How To Use DJI Matrice 300 RTK: Advanced Dual Operator Mode

How To Use DJI Matrice 300 RTK: Advanced Dual Operator Mode

Learn how to use the Advanced Dual Operator Mode on the DJI Smart Controller Enterprise with this fast Heliguy™ tutorial. Maximise your mission potential.

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The DJI M300 RTK support Dual Opporator mode, which allows for two DJI Remote Controllers to connect to the same aircraft. This is an important aspect to the workflow of the DJI Matric 300 RTK. Jobs can be conducted faster, safer and easier when using the Advanced Dual Operator Mode.

In this fast Heliguy™ tutorial you'll learn how to connect two DJI Remote Controller to the Matrice 300 RTK without a hitch.

Firstly, we'll look at linking another controller to the M300 RTK. After this we'll check out how to switch between Remote Controller modes. Finally, we'll summarise by learning how to control the aircraft and gimbal.



  1. Linking Another Remote Controller

    • Go Into Remote Controller Settings

      Maximum Flight Time The drone’s maximum flight time is 55 minutes (without payload) or 31 minutes when it is at its maximum take-off weight of 9kg.  When carrying the new H2OT sensor, the M300 RTK can stay airborne for up to 42 minutes, or 45 minutes when integrated with either an XT2 or Z30.  Maximum Flight Speed The DJI M300 RTK has a maximum speed of 23m/s - which equates to just over 51mph and in almost 83kph.  The M300 RTK has a maximum descent speed of 7m/s, ensuring a quick landing. It can also achieve a 7,000m service ceiling.
    • Go to Remote Controller Channel(s)

      Maximum Flight Time The drone’s maximum flight time is 55 minutes (without payload) or 31 minutes when it is at its maximum take-off weight of 9kg.  When carrying the new H2OT sensor, the M300 RTK can stay airborne for up to 42 minutes, or 45 minutes when integrated with either an XT2 or Z30.  Maximum Flight Speed The DJI M300 RTK has a maximum speed of 23m/s - which equates to just over 51mph and in almost 83kph.  The M300 RTK has a maximum descent speed of 7m/s, ensuring a quick landing. It can also achieve a 7,000m service ceiling.

    • Select Channel B

      Maximum Flight Time The drone’s maximum flight time is 55 minutes (without payload) or 31 minutes when it is at its maximum take-off weight of 9kg. When carrying the new H2OT sensor, the M300 RTK can stay airborne for up to 42 minutes, or 45 minutes when integrated with either an XT2 or Z30. Maximum Flight Speed The DJI M300 RTK has a maximum speed of 23m/s - which equates to just over 51mph and in almost 83kph. The M300 RTK has a maximum descent speed of 7m/s, ensuring a quick landing. It can also achieve a 7,000m service ceiling.

    • Turn on DJI M300 RTK

      Matrice 300 RTK | Advanced Dual Operator Mode

      You can now proceed to turning on the DJI M300 RTK by pressing and holding down the Power button. Once powered up the Remote Controller will link up with the aircraft.

  2. Switching Between Remote Controller Modes

    Once you've linked both Remote Controller you can now device which controller controls individual functions.

    • Go to Remote Controller Settings

      Maximum Flight Time The drone’s maximum flight time is 55 minutes (without payload) or 31 minutes when it is at its maximum take-off weight of 9kg.  When carrying the new H2OT sensor, the M300 RTK can stay airborne for up to 42 minutes, or 45 minutes when integrated with either an XT2 or Z30.  Maximum Flight Speed The DJI M300 RTK has a maximum speed of 23m/s - which equates to just over 51mph and in almost 83kph.  The M300 RTK has a maximum descent speed of 7m/s, ensuring a quick landing. It can also achieve a 7,000m service ceiling.

      This can be found inside the Settings Menu.

    • Tap Stick Mode

      Maximum Flight Time The drone’s maximum flight time is 55 minutes (without payload) or 31 minutes when it is at its maximum take-off weight of 9kg. When carrying the new H2OT sensor, the M300 RTK can stay airborne for up to 42 minutes, or 45 minutes when integrated with either an XT2 or Z30. Maximum Flight Speed The DJI M300 RTK has a maximum speed of 23m/s - which equates to just over 51mph and in almost 83kph. The M300 RTK has a maximum descent speed of 7m/s, ensuring a quick landing. It can also achieve a 7,000m service ceiling.

      Once in the Stick Mode options menu you can now designate jobs for each Remote Controller.

    • Choose Your Stick Mode

      Maximum Flight Time The drone’s maximum flight time is 55 minutes (without payload) or 31 minutes when it is at its maximum take-off weight of 9kg. When carrying the new H2OT sensor, the M300 RTK can stay airborne for up to 42 minutes, or 45 minutes when integrated with either an XT2 or Z30. Maximum Flight Speed The DJI M300 RTK has a maximum speed of 23m/s - which equates to just over 51mph and in almost 83kph. The M300 RTK has a maximum descent speed of 7m/s, ensuring a quick landing. It can also achieve a 7,000m service ceiling.
      Maximum Flight Time The drone’s maximum flight time is 55 minutes (without payload) or 31 minutes when it is at its maximum take-off weight of 9kg. When carrying the new H2OT sensor, the M300 RTK can stay airborne for up to 42 minutes, or 45 minutes when integrated with either an XT2 or Z30. Maximum Flight Speed The DJI M300 RTK has a maximum speed of 23m/s - which equates to just over 51mph and in almost 83kph. The M300 RTK has a maximum descent speed of 7m/s, ensuring a quick landing. It can also achieve a 7,000m service ceiling.

      Click and select the jobs for each Remote Controller. Scroll up and down to navigate all the Stick Modes.


  3. Controlling Aircraft and Gimbal

    You now have the ability to switch back and forth between controlling the aircraft or gimbal. This can be used in emergencies or if you need to quickly change pilot roles. Remember, once you've relinquished control from Remote Controller B you'll have to reconnect it if you want it to regain control again.
    • Enter FPV

      Matrice 300 RTK | Advanced Dual Operator Mode
      To seize aircraft flight control you must first enter FPV.
    • Tap Control Icon



      The Control icon can be found at the top left side of the Flight Interface. You can tap this once to gain control over the aircraft.
    • Tap and Hold Icon



      This'll lock you in control of the aircraft. The other Remote Controller will now be unable to control the aircraft.


These are the rudimentary basics for linking and using the DJI M300 RTK Advance Dual Operator Mode.

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