- Jan 8, 2014
- Reaction score
In cases where flyers launch before acquiring GPS location data and are flying in an NFZ or TFR area before the drone knows it.NFZ's won't disable the drone in flight. At best it will geofence your drone. At worst, you won't even be able to spin up the propellers.
I haven't looked at your flight logs, but if you are IN an NFZ's or TFR's, the Go(4) app won't even allow the motors to spin up. So I would dismiss the TFR theory.
When the drone gets GPS location data, it autolands.
Interference at high levels, can make the video transmission or joystick response a little glitchy.I'm going to guess erroneous, debilitating WiFi interference was the cause of your crash. It's been my profound experience that it is possible for a DJI drone to interpret some WiFi interference as erroneous commands. I crashed a drone late last year because I didn't follow my own WiFi protocols. I also ignored erroneous drone behavior - all because I was in a hurry.
In worst case, it could swamp the control signal, triggering Failsafe RTH.
But it can't interfere with the controls, giving spurious control inputs or crash the drone.