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DJI Go mod offline waypoint mission (Including spark)

Discussion in 'Control (Go, Litchi, etc..)' started by zalomskij, May 20, 2018.

  1. zalomskij

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    Hi! I have written an application that allows you to create offline waypoint missions for DJ Go mod.
    This is especially important for DJI Spark, as no other program supports waypoint missions.
    You can create, edit or delete missions in the program. In each mission it is possible to set points, set their height and direction (camera tilt is not supported). And loading the mission to drone is already in the program DJ Go mod.
    It is also possible to automatically create a grid for 3D or 2D photography.

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    Link to the app on Google Play
     
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  2. Flick6211

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    You are almost my hero. But ... also make it available for iOS and it is complete. Personally, I think that many drone users are also iOS users.

    For now you've got four stars! ++++
     
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  3. Saverio

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    Compliments! it's a beautiful application; I wanted to ask you one thing: if I plan a simple route between different waypoints without creating a grid, how can I set the altitude? It seems to me that the possibility to plan a flight altitude is only there in the grid creation menu, while only the speed can be planned from the main window.
     
  4. zalomskij

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    Just click on the airplane icon to set the direction and height at this point. And when adding new points, its settings are taken from the previous
     
  5. Saverio

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    Thank you! Another question, perhaps naive: when I load the mission on the DJI go mod I will obviously be in the immediate vicinity of the first waypoints; once the mission has been started, will the drone take itself to the first waypoint?
    and what happens when the last waypoint is reached?
     
  6. zalomskij

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    It flies to the first point. But the first point should be no more than 500 meters from the place where the drone is.
    When choosing a mission in dji go, there is an icon on which some settings are available. You can choose to go home or hang.
     
  7. Saverio

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    ok thanks, I will do some field tests to see all the different options
     
  8. Saverio

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    Do I have to be in p mode or in s mode? in p mode the maximum speed is about 2.77 meters per second, so I have to always be in s mode?
     
  9. zalomskij

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    I use P mode. What version of dji go mod do you have? Should work up to 10 m/s. Did you turn off the obstacle sensor?
     
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  10. Saverio

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    I use the DJI GO 4 MOD 2.0 version which is recommended; yesterday, however, I tried to fly with the mission and everything worked very well! there is a slider that allows you to adjust the speed up to 10 m / s in P mode; I did not notice if the obstacle sensor was active but it seems to me that it has no influence
     
  11. AKdroner

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    Ditto here for iOS! I've been using Litchi for this kind of task, but am looking for an alternative. My problem with Litchi is that I can't upload a set of waypoints to the app directly. I have a csv file with waypoints, upload that to flylitchi.com and then sync the mission to my tablet. The problem is, what do I do when I don't have an internet connection? I need a way to create a waypoint file (binary??) and upload that directly to a flight controller. This solution presented here sounds awesome, but I need something for iOS.
     
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