Mission Splitting

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amethiel
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Mission Splitting

Post by amethiel » Thu May 02, 2019 11:32 pm

Hi, How does mission splitting work in DH? We're planning to do perimeter scans on structures. How does DH split missions? Does it split by flight time.Would really appreciate it if you have a more comprehensive user guide for the app. Is there any other way to estimate the flight time without connecting to the drone first. It would be so much easier if finish all the planning off-site first and revise all the necessary parameters later on-site. Does tower scan planning support mission splitting too?

Martin
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Re: Mission Splitting

Post by Martin » Fri May 24, 2019 7:28 am

amethiel wrote:
Thu May 02, 2019 11:32 pm
Hi, How does mission splitting work in DH? We're planning to do perimeter scans on structures. How does DH split missions? Does it split by flight time.Would really appreciate it if you have a more comprehensive user guide for the app. Is there any other way to estimate the flight time without connecting to the drone first. It would be so much easier if finish all the planning off-site first and revise all the necessary parameters later on-site. Does tower scan planning support mission splitting too?
You can find a guide for the Android mobile application under https://guide.droneharmony.com. Shortly, we will release also a guide for our cloud application: https://webguide.droneharmony.com

Currently, the splitting of missions is defined by the mission plan/pattern that you use in the catalog. Most flight catalog patterns only generate one plan.

In the mobile App the missions can currently be split into two semi-manually like follows:
  1. Selecting the plan on the right
  2. Editing the plan (tab on the pencil tool on the left)
  3. Select the "Split Plan" option
In the Cloud Application we will soon release a functionality, where you can right click on a waypoint and split the mission before or after that waypoint.

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