DJI Innovations is a Chinese company that produces commercial and recreational unmanned aerial systems. Its product line covers the high-end UAV flight control system and ground control system, the professional film and TV aerial photography platform, commercial gimbal system, the high-definition long-range digital video transmission system, the professional level wireless remote control and imaging terminal as well as the most intelligent model aircraft products and the high-precision control module which are widely applied to flying toys.
Company Growth (employees)
Shenzhen, CN
Size (employees)
917 (est)+3%
DJI was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Shenzhen, CN

Key People at DJI

Tao Wang

Tao Wang


DJI Office Locations

DJI has offices in Shenzhen, Schondra, Minato and Los Angeles
Shenzhen, CN (HQ)
14th Floor, West Wing, Skyworth Semiconductor Design Building, No.18 Gaoxin South 4th Ave
Minato, JP
Trade Pia Odaiba 9F, 2-3-1 Daiba
Schondra, DE
2 Im Birkenfeld

DJI Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$105 m

Latest funding size

$75 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years


DJI's latest funding round in May 2015 was reported to be $75 m. In total, DJI has raised $105 m. DJI's latest valuation is reported to be $10 b.

DJI Financial Metrics

DJI's revenue was reported to be $4.5 b in 2016

Revenue (Y, 2016)

4.5 b

Market valuation

10 b
USDY, 2016E


4.5 b
USDY, 2016


8 m
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DJI Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
HasselbladJanuary 05, 2017

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DJI News and Updates

And the Emmy goes to… Apple, DJI, Microsoft and Comcast (?! 💁)

 A handful of tech companies have just been given Emmy awards for a variety of behind-the-scenes accomplishments. Yeah, I didn’t know it was a thing either! Well, I kind of knew. They just don’t play it up a lot. But it’s still a little weird to see Apple win one for Siri, Microsoft win one for Skyp…

DJI launches bug bounty program for its software and drones

 DJI wants security researchers to turn their attention to its software and drones and will pay for discovered bugs or exploits. Called The DJI Threat Identification Reward Program, the program aims to create a formal line of communication between researchers and hackers to the drone maker. The comp…

The guy who started DJI becomes Asia's youngest tech billionaire

As recreational drone popularity takes off, so has the wealth of DJI founder Frank Wang Tao, whose company is the world's biggest consumer drone maker. Wang has cracked the Forbes "Richest in Tech" list of the world's top 100 in the industry, taking the 76th spot with $3.2 billion. SEE ALSO: Dru…

DJI beefs up drone security after U.S. Army ban

(Reuters) — Chinese drone maker SZ DJI Technology Co Ltd is tightening data security on its drones after the U.S. Army ordered its members to stop using DJI drones because of “cyber vulnerabilities,” a company official told Reuters on Monday. The privately held Shenzhen-based company is speeding dep…

DJI Spark update introduces 180-degree selfie mode

 Owners of the DJI Spark will be glad to know they now have a little more functionality with their palm-sized selfie drone. Thanks to a software update, users will be able to get a panoramic, 180-degree photo of themselves. The drone’s 12-megapixel sensor will fly in a circle around the subject (pre…

DJI's Spark drone is tiny and fast, but will leave you wanting more

DJI’s Spark drone is an exquisitely-built, incredibly easy-to-fly drone, but 16 minutes of flight time is not enough, especially when the reality is more like 10 to 12 minutes.  There are still so many things to love about DJI’s tiny, selfie-snapping drone. The Spark is the first drone I can eff…
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