We are working on get a set downloaded. Seems odd it would be across 3 drones all using the same controller. One of which was working properly the day before with it's operator and the other "new" replacement fro DJI.
It can be, but it would be rare that you'd want to fly in the kind of weather that would be associated with such a change.Ta, I have never seen rates of atmospheric pressure change quantified nor looked into the matter, thanks for that. I must admit I am surprised they can be so rapid or perhaps more relevantly, significant.
That issue isn't unique to the enterprise model.Our work enterprise mavic has done pretty much the same thing. Actually didn't want to come down. Very hard to land.
Althought the light that comes on at day 4m off the ground at night seemed quite accurate.
Anyway turned off something in the collision avoidance. And now it works ok. Befor that it was hunting and climing.
It's the downward facing sensors that are the issue.Thanks for that, it would be useful to know what you deactivated in collision avoidance but I don’t suppose it will take much experimentation to find out, I’ll give it a go.