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  1. Kenneth Marsola

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    This video shows collision avoidance working VERY WELL.
    The last 3 instances show it working at high speed
     
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  2. CaptainDrone798

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    Isn't Collision Avoidance disabled in "S" mode?
     
  3. newtothis

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    Nice!!
     
  4. PrecisionAeroworks

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    Pretty neat.
    In "#8" you can see him trying to give it full forward pitch into the hill (notice he's in controller mode 1). And it refuses to commit dronicide.
     
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  5. RoyB

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    How come in the last scene he has the left control all the way forward and the bird isn't rising?
     
  6. PrecisionAeroworks

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    His controller is mode 1! Not the far more common mode 2. It's full forward pitch.
     
  7. msinger

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    Yes.
     
  8. dewster

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    Nice!


    Sent from my iPhone using PhantomPilots mobile app
     
  9. isopro

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    Nice, but dont DJI depict it in its video like it avoid and continue course, by raising or dodging the obstacle, all i see is a complete stop...
     
  10. PrecisionAeroworks

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    If it was autonomously "headed somewhere", like the home point during an RTH, it should find a way around the obstacle and continue. In this video, all we see is manual control.
     
  11. Kenneth Marsola

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    Correct, in order to see how it works in the RTH mode, someone would have to fly behind a building, with the the RTH altitude set below the height of the building, and RTH.
    ANY TAKERS ?? --- ha ha ha !!
    OR
    Watch this video

     
  12. hionbusa

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    Forward ascend & facing tree branches will be the ultimate test of this feature .
     
  13. ianwood

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    It is very cool. Just appreciate the limits. You can't be flat out. And don't expect much from sparsely populated tree branches and power lines.
     
  14. newtothis

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    Sweet!!!