DatuFly Release Notes

DatuFly Release Notes

DatuFly Version 1.8.5 IOS application - July, 2019

Support DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone

Added support for Mavic 2 Pro drone.

DatuFly Version 1.8.0 IOS application – March, 2019

Support Corridor Mission
Added support for defining and flying a corridor mission where one can define a center path using several points and a width. This is ideal for roads and railways.

Support import of KMZ files for Corridor missions

Corridor missions can be defined on google maps and imported to DatuFly. This makes planning easier and more accurate.


Simplified Mission Types

 3 clear mission types are now available.

DatuFly Version 1.7.7 IOS application – November 2018

Support import of KMZ files for Grid missions

Missions can now be defined on google maps and imported to DatuFly. This makes planning easier and more accurate.

DatuFly Version 1.7.2 IOS application - July 2018

Support DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2 drone

Added support for Phantom 4 Pro V2 drone which adds more stability to image taking.

Support for Inspire II Drone

Added support for Inspire II drone using X4S and X5S cameras.

DatuFly Version 1.2.0 IOS application - January 2017

Support DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone

Added support for Phantom 4 Pro drone which has a 20MP camera and a global shutter allowing clear photography while drone in moving, hence taking more images per battery.

Support DJI most recent firmware

This includes Phantom 3 Pro, Phantom 4, Inspire 1 Pro, and M600.

DatuFly Version 1.1.1 IOS application - December 2016

1.       Support DJI Inspire 1 drone – Added support for Inspire 1 drone with the X5 and X3 cameras.

2.       Support DJI M600 drone – Added support for M600 drone with the X5 camera.

3.       Speed control for vertical missions – Control the drone speed when taking vertical images. This includes the option of taking images when the drone is hoovering.

4.       Automatic takeoff and landing are now optional – Application is to manual takeoff and landing by default for safety purposes. The operator will need to turn off the manual takeoff and landing option to allow for automatic takeoff and landing. With a manual takeoff and landing option, the operator will be asked to manually elevate the drone to a certain height and then start the automatic mission. When the mission is completed the operator will be asked to manually bring the drone back.

5.       More flexible control of mission altitude – The operator can flexibly set the mission altitude for both oblique and vertical missions.

6.       Control the camera angle in oblique missions – The operator has the option to change the angle in oblique mission.

7.       Chinese localization – The application now supports the Chinese language.

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