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How to Use the Mission Planner Autel EVO II Drone

How to Use the Mission Planner Autel EVO II Drone

A waypoint mission is a series of pre-defined locations (waypoints) the aircraft will fly to. A location is a latitude, longitude and altitude. Aircraft heading and altitude between waypoints can change either gradually or at the waypoint itself. The Mission Planner, created by Michael Oborne, does a lot more than its name. Here are some of the features:
  • Point-and-click waypoint/fence/rally point entry, using Google
  • Maps/Bing/Open street maps/Custom WMS
  • Select mission commands from drop-down menus
  • Download mission log files and analyze them
  • Configure autopilot settings for your vehicle
  • Interface with a PC flight simulator to create a full software-in-the-
  • loop (SITL) UAV simulator.
  • Run its own SITL simulation of many frames types for all the
  • ArduPilot vehicles.
  • Please use the sidebar menus for instructions and more information.
  • The Panorama Mission rotates the camera 180 or 360 degrees while taking photos which can then be downloaded to render a panorama. In full circle mode, 8 photos are taken. In half circle mode, 5 photos are taken. Other commands cannot be sent to the camera until the mission is finished. The Panorama Mission does not support the image stitching feature, so the images must be stitched manually. All the images will be stored on the SD card.

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