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Its aircraft are inspecting bridges and fighting fires

DJI, the Chinese startup leading the market for consumer and commercial drones, kicked off its second annual AirWorks Conference in Denver today. The event focuses on promoting the ways drones can be used by law enforcement and industries like agriculture, construction, and energy. DJI also unveiled its first web app, FlightHub, that allows an operator to manage a fleet of 10 or more drones at once. And it rolled out two new versions of its customizable Wind drones, the units built to handle high winds, rain, and payloads of nearly 30 pounds.

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