DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral
DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral
DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral
DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral

DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral

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DJI P4 Multispectral

Industry-leading agricultural drone available from Heliguy

What is the DJI P4 Multispectral?

The P4 Multispectral is a new drone for use in agriculture by the world's leading drone manufacturer, DJI.

Farmers and agricultural researchers can now gather accurate level right down to plant-level thanks to this new precision drone.

The multispectral sensor on this drone provides a live NDVI feed, as well as inclusive RTK functionality for supreme accuracy.

Key Features of the P4 Multispectral

  • 5-Camera Array covering Blue, Green, Red, Red Edge and NIR (Near Infrared)
  • Additional Single RGB Camera
  • Integrated Spectral Sunlight Sensor for Increased Accuracy
  • Live RGB and NDVI Feed Available from the Drone
  • Integrated RTK for 1-cm Accuracy
  • All Cameras Stabilised by 3-Axis Gimbal
  • All Sensors are 2MP
  • 27 Minute Flight Time
  • 7km Transmission Range
  • Support for DJI's GS Pro Flight Planning App

What can this Multispectral Drone be used for?

There are two key areas where this Multispectral DJI Phantom excels:

Precision Agriculture / Farming -  The P4  Multispectral can be used to correct accurate farming data throughout the seasons. The multispectral camera setup allows you to collect and interpret data it's impossible for the human eye to see. The data the P4 Multispectral collects can then be used in Vegitation Indexes such as NDRE or NDVI. In turn, farmers can lower costs, save valuable resources and perhaps most importantly, maximise yields.

Environmental Monitoring and Inspection - Routinely inspecting and maintaining plant material can be difficult. The P4 Multispectral, along with DJI's GS Pro app, simplifies this process substantially. Built-in RTK also means you'll get even more accurate results, right down to 1cm accuracy in fact!

Drone Laws, Licences and Training Requirements

Until 31 December 2020

Where Can I Fly?

Drone pilots should follow the Drone Code, or permissions granted by their PfCO/standard permission.

Do I need to register my drone in the UK?

Yes. See the Drone and Model Aircraft Registration and Education Service page for more details.


After December 31 2020 (Transitional Period)

Where Can I Fly?

There can be no uninvolved people present within the area of flight; and there can be no flight within 150m horizontally of residential, commercial, industrial, or recreational areas (A3 subcategory of Open category).

Want more freedom? Complete an A2 Certificate of Competency (A2 CofC) and you can fly as close as 50m horizontally of uninvolved people (A2 subcategory).

There is no limitation on proximity to buildings. But this is not a free for all, because the prescribed separation distances from uninvolved people still apply to persons that are occupants of any vehicle, vessel or structure.

How Do I Get an A2 CofC?

Sit an A2 CofC with a Recognised Assessment Entity, such as Heliguy. The A2 CofC course is currently being run online through Heliguy Blackbox.

Do I need to register my drone?

Yes. See the Drone and Model Aircraft Registration and Education Service page for more details.

What Happens If I Have a PfCO?

Holders of a standard permission valid beyond December 31 2020 can operate under the terms of the permission, until their renewal date. Then apply to fly under an Operational Authorisation (replacing the PfCO).


From January 2023 (End of Transitional Period)

The rules will change for DJI aircraft in their current form. Updated information released nearer the time.