DJI – “Specializing in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and ground control systems; Making UAVs for both professional and entertainment uses”
Young technology entrepreneur nurtured in Hong Kong
[Extracted from CE Blog May 27, 2014]
Aerial camera systems have become very popular in Hong Kong recently, and a global leader in such systems is the company DJI. Today, the founder of DJI, Mr. Frank Wang, who is 35 years old, together with his former teachers at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), Professor Li Zexiang and Professor Ko Pingkeung, came to talk to about 80 government officials and relevant committee members about how DJI has grown from a small company of just a few employees in 2006 to become a technology enterprise with nearly 2,000 employees and a business volume of about $3 billion. DJI is also recognised by the international media. The Economist published a special report on robotics, which featured robots produced by various countries around the world. DJI's aerial camera system was the only one from China that was included in the special report.
DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ Selected as one of the Top 10 Gadgets of 2014 by TIME Magazine
[HKUST School of Engineering - News Center – Dec 4, 2014]
The Phantom 2 Vision+ developed by DJI Innovations, an Electronic and Computer Engineering (ECE) spinoff company founded by ECE undergraduate and MPhil alumnus Mr. Frank Wang, was selected as one of the Top 10 Gadgets of 2014 by TIME Magazine.
DJI Innovations is the global leader in developing and manufacturing high performance, reliable, and easy-to-use small unmanned aerial systems (UAS), for commercial and recreational use.
The successful story of Mr. Frank Wang and his former supervisor Prof Zexiang Li and an introduction on the new Phantom 2 Vision+ product is published in this article (in Chinese): "世界屋脊上的挑战——无人机行业高峰".