I have been reading about the Phantom 4 having dual GPS capability.
Dual GPS in the professional/survey field is intended as the capability to use both L1 and L2 frequencies (1575.42 & 1227.60 MHz). This results in sub meter position accuracy.
The capability of using more positioning...
Sorry but here you are completely wrong.
Any modern helicopter cruises at around 250 km/h and above. There is no way a windshield would survive a collision with a phantom at that speed. As a helicopter pilot I would say that there would be tangible chances to get very seriously hurt with...
as in every photogrammetry work you need to geo reference with ground points.
Once you have them your view from above is perfectly oriented, so using the orthophoto or orthomosaic is it il called in photoscan, knowing the N is at the top you will be able to measure the azimuth with more than...
this seems to be the case on several instances. Which points to a bug somewhere in the geofencing system.
DJI won't admit that and those who has suffered damages as a result of such malfunction are left on their own.
Even if you switch to ATTI, the geofencing system will continue to work using the GPS information.
The only way to prevent that to happen is to cover the top of the drone with a aluminum foil. The GPS antenna sits just below that and won't be able to catch any signal.
That way you can fly in...
you were not in a NFZ. Not even near a NFZ.
you did nothing to bypass any NFZ message from DJI GO. It just disappeared by itself.
IF -not the case- you were in a NFZ the system should NOT have you let take off. This is how their system is supposed to work, preventing you from taking...
been using the tk102 for a while now. Not on all flights, just on dangerous areas. I use a 3d printed holder which position in between the landing gear on the side.
Never experienced any trouble, it works just fine.
Of course if you use the magnet, the compass being in the ''leg'' of the drone...
hehe, won't be enough to stop a couple of rocket scientists here ranting about how their drones works differently and get new NFZ without any update....:(
The only disability in life is a bad attitude.
DJI forum yesterday:
Q: (not by me)
Just wondering if the geofencing is handled via the firmware in the remote control and aircraft or in the dji go app?
Thanks for any suggestions.
A: by DJI-Ken - DJI Team
GEO is part in the app and part in the aircraft firmware.
how are temporary NFZ...
I have been saying that from the very beginning, but others argue that it is done in a transparent mode, while flying, without update, which according to DJI is not happening.
Anyway, the point here is that the drone of the OP went down because of a malfunction, no doubt. So I hope he can have...
Thanks for the info.
You actually know more and better than the DJI folks who explained to me how the their system work, stating clearly that there are NO TFR loaded on the fly through DJI GO.
BTW, this would make the TFR system totally useless, as you can fly your drone with a wide range of...