Autel EVO 2 can automatically switch between two flight modes depending on GPS availability and flying conditions.
Two Flight Modes
EVO II GPS Flight Mode
GPS Mode is activated if the aircraft detects proper GNSS signals. GPS works with the Forward and Downward Vision Systems to locate and navigate obstacles, provide stable and smooth flight maneuvers, and enable safety features like Go Home and Failsafe.
EVO II ATTI Flight Mode
ATTI Mode is activated when the GPS signal is weak, and lighting conditions are insufficient for the vision systems. Obstacle avoidance features are disabled, and the aircraft controls altitude through its barometer only.
How EVO II to Flight With These TWO Modes?
The EVO 2 delivers stable and user-friendly flight control via its built-in Smart Flight System. The system is operates using the modules described below.
- IMU: A 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis accelerometer measures acceleration and angular velocity. Automatic IMU calibration is performed when the aircraft is powered on.
- Compass: Measures geomagnetic field and provides heading reference for the aircraft.
- GNSS Receiver: Receives GNSS (GPS/GLONASS) signals to determine the latitude, longitude, and altitude.
- Barometer: Measures atmospheric pressure to determine the altitude of the aircraft.
- Ultrasonic Sensors: Measures the distance between the aircraft and the ground.
- Binocular Vision Sensing System: Enables forward, backward, left, right, upward, and downward binocular vision.
Autel Evo 2 Intelligent Flight Features
Like most current drones on the market, the Autel Evo 2 has a few Intelligent Flight Feature. Some of these modes include Dynamic Track, Tripod, Parallel, Viewpoint, Orbit, Dual Stability and more.
Look at the video to get more details of Intelligent Flight Modes