Could you give me some impressions about the GCS you use? If you can answer these questions for me, it will be very helpful:
- What is your drones’ usage?
- Which GCS do you use and why?
- What are the main features you use?
- What are the best and the worst experience using the Ground Control you had?
What is your drones’ usage?
Which GCS do you use and why?
What are the main features you use?
What are the best and the worst experience using the Ground Control you had?
I use my drone for parties or vacation
I love using my phone to print pictures, edit videos or pics or to post them directly
I never had worst experiences with ground control
Regards, hope this was helpful.
You must check out FlytGCS solution for your needs. I think it matches your requirements. It can help you connect your drone over 4G/LTE with ease and you can fly autonomously from anywhere. You can try FlytGCS for free.
The other option is UGCS too.
we use software to make the plan on app.
I think you can leave your email and I can give you another choice.
Jakob Schmidt said:
hello Beatriz Palmeiro:
you are very nice, i like you.
1 the ambient air temperature is not higher than +40 C, not less than -5 C. The average temperature within 24 hours should not be higher than +35 C. When it is over, the operation should be reduced according to the actual situation.
2 indoor use, the use of the site at an altitude of no more than 2000m.
3, the relative humidity of the surrounding air is not more than 50% at the highest temperature of +40 degrees C, and relatively large relative humidity is allowed at lower temperature. For example, +20 degree C is 90%. We should consider that the influence of condensation may happen occasionally due to the change of temperature.
The inclination of the 4 installation and the vertical plane is not more than 5 degrees, and the whole set of cabinet columns is relatively flat (according to the GBJ232-82 standard).
The 5 device should be installed in a place where there is no severe shock and shock as well as the undue corrosion of the electrical components.
When 6 users have special requirements, they can negotiate with our company.
Hi,Beatriz. My drone is use for guiding the way and carry some small things from my here to you there XD. And of course I use it to take pictures from the air.
I equipped my drones with a kind of LiDAR--CE30 from Benewake tech. It is test well. It help my drones detect the obstacle so it can avoid and fly more efficiently. If you like, I'm willing to recommend you to have a try.Here is the product link: http://www.benewake.com/en/ce30.html. And there are other products can help.
So the drones are autobots, less rely on GCS. XD.
Hi; I see there's some activity going on on this post, so I'd like to share my experience.
I do aerial surveys in the RGB, NIR, and Thermal bands to target various 'objects' (terrain, structures, PV panels, agriculture, etc.); most missions are flown in "photogrammetry" mode, which require dedicated and specific tools/parameters: to me Mission Planner is best option from this perspective, having almost unbeatable features (and a lot are still to be discovered ;-).
Another area where I find MP being top-notch is pre-arm checks, calibrations, auto-tune, and "parameter tweaking" in general.
So my workflow is based on MP for flight planning; I then connect the UAV to it to check and arm; as a recent "upgrade" however, after testing QGC and Tower, I setup multiple GCSs' (which can be considered 'slaves' receiving telemetry data from the PC running MP, even though they can be actively used in controlling the drone) running those gs softwares - specifically, on my RC radio I have my cell phone running either of the two (or both, if I want to) to monitor flight times, battery voltage etc, and they also have a handy "pause" button.
I want to thank all the Open Source, Ardupilot, this site, and connected devs: we're seeing something awesome, where even somebody like me can actually have and use an UAV, and try and experiment those new technologies, previously accessible only to a "small circle".