Many times I have written that I know what limitations are. It must be that English is my second language that I was not clear enough and you did not understand me.There are limitations to what the IR sensors can do and what conditions they can work with.
I'm tired of typing the same thing over and over to someone who just doesn't want to understand.
During an autolanding process, several scenarios can lead to a drone crashing accident, resulting in undesirable outcomes. The three main scenarios for failure are as follows:
1.Malfunction: A technical issue or failure in the drone's hardware or software can disrupt the autolanding process, leading to an uncontrolled descent or collision.
2.Operator error interfering with the automation process, operating the drone outside of the limitation of the system, drone not inspected before flying like damaged drone, dirty sensors, etc.
3.Failure of the automation system: This could happen if there is a limitation in the autolanding system that was not expected or described before, or if the environmental factors were not described in the manual and caused the crash.
It is essential for the manual or documentation accompanying the drone to provide clear descriptions of the conditions under which the automatic process may fail. This information will help users operate the drone safely and avoid potential accidents. The manual should outline any limitations, operational boundaries, and environmental factors that may affect the drone's autolanding capability.
The manual devotes 5 pages to RTH and limitations. Page 15-20 https://dl.djicdn.com/downloads/DJI_Mini_3_Pro/UM/DJI_Mini_3_Pro_User_Manual_EN.pdf
Whether the system failed or not depends on whether the drone's behavior aligned with the manufacturer's communicated limitations.
I hope that this will clear misunderstanding.