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Hi everyone, I have always wanted to fly my Mavic Pro using my existing Surface 3 LTE and was disappointed by DJI not providing a solution for Windows tablets. So I was pretty thrilled learning about UgCS and have done some testing in the last couple of days. Let me first say that it is really a great product. I am amazed by the possibilities and would love to use it to plan and execute flights or just for feeding the Mavics Cam to the notebook. However I have two issues for which I hope to…Continue
Trying to install Vers. 2.12 I receive an error:Faild to run a post-install Service. Unknown error while running C:\program Files\UgCsBeta\java\java.exe-jar../../tools/unicode-escape/unicode-escape.jar -encoding utf-8../../server/ucs.properties ../../server/ucs/ucs.properties.outSame mistake with the geoserverWhen I try to start UgCS the following messages are displayed:service-manager stopped by userFahrzeug emulator stopped by usergeoserver stopped by userNo chance to start them manually,…Continue
It would be very important (for me) to have the ends of each transect in the area scan use the 'stop and turn' functionality, and the interior waypoints (added by UGCS to maintain constant AGL) use 'adaptive banked turn'. The reason this is important is that when flying LiDAR or line-scanning instruments having the drone stop mid-point (s) randomly during a transect causes major processing issues. The 'adaptive banked turn' would have it simply and fluidly fly a 3D transect maintaining constant…Continue
We fly a Matrice 600 and we usually start a mission by powering the UAV and checking all parameters in the DJI Go app then switching to the UgCS for DJI to fly the mission. UgCS has a return to home altitude in its route creation screen. There is also an RTH altitude within the DJI Go app. I was wondering which one takes precedence?Colin.Continue
I'm not sure if this is a setup issue or what but I'm about to pull my hair out. I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. I have tried every which way I can think of to run the UGCS for DJI on my Android but I haven't been able to get anything but a white or black screen that gives the view from my x5 camera from the Matrice 600 Pro. Just when I think I have the right set of steps figured out and the screen shows what the camera is seeing, it just stops showing the "live" feed. This is the only app…Continue
Hello,I am thinking in upgrading my multirotors to the DJI N3 flight controller. Since I need a way to comunicate to the pc I was thinking in adding Lightbridge 2 to the system. Is UGCS compatible with this system? If no, what other modem do you suggest me to connect to the UAV?Thank you in advance.PaulContinue
I recently got a DJI A2 controller and I am having an issue with getting UGCS to receive telementy. In paticular the Altitude is not working. I also have a NAZA and I don't have any issues with it working.I have verified that the A2 is working because when I use DJI Ground station, I get all the readings. I did have an issue with the connection when it would autosearch for the com port, but as soon as I changed it to only look at the correct port (com6 for me), I do get most of the telementy,…Continue
I can connect to an APM2 using a 3DR on COM4. Mission Planner works fine and will successfully upload a route. UgCS connects also and receives messages. Everything appears to work fine but UgCS is unable to upload a route and terminates with an error.Looking through the Ardupilot log it seems that UgCS is confused about the ports in use. It finds COM4 and messages arriving on it. It then finds COM3, which has no hardware attached, and subsequently uses that when trying to upload the route. Of…Continue
If you are in auto mode, your drone will continue the mission until it hits the default 10% at which point it will auto-land wherever it is located (in my case, would be a tree canopy). A huge risk if you conduct missions outside of telemetry range, or just sometimes don't pay close attention to your battery level.Although there is no work around, the only way to minimize risk is to conduct very conservative short missions, and if possible try to remain in UGCS telemetry range (which extends…Continue