|DJI's Phantom 3, with some excellent tech for video capture|
It's probably due to the fundamental truth that China is an industrial giant, manufacturing products day after day at an incredibly fast pace, that has allowed DJI to flourish; without quick turn-around from the factories in Shenzhen, and such short distances between their headquarters and the factories themselves, the process or designing and producing new iterations of products would take a substantial amount more time.
It's amazing that over just 3 years the CEO of DJI went from student at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, to starting a company from his dorm, and then moving to Shenzhen. Wang is now worth $3.6 million, according to Forbes.
|Controlled by phone and remote, it can hover with incredible ease with and without GPS connection|
It's safe to say that these guys at DJI are going to continue doing what they do best and creating some amazing technology for us to all enjoy, but will this perhaps push other people within China to endeavour into the world of innovation to help keep their economic boat afloat?