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Litchi for Mavic?

Discussion in 'Mavic Discussion' started by Benny The Ball, Oct 1, 2016.

  1. Benny The Ball

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    Do you think you will be able to get Litchi for this soon? It would be great to be able to do waypoint missions with this.
     
  2. Mark The Droner

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    Yes - might take a month or two
     
  3. msinger

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  4. Benny The Ball

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    Thanks for those replies. The Mavic certainly seems very exciting
     
  5. alokbhargava

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    As DJI GO App has now given support for Mavic, APIs seems to be available and Litchi should not have issues making it available for Mavic too.
     
  6. Greenenvey

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    Has anyone saw the mavic show up on the DJI go Android app yet? I'm not seeing it.
     
  7. alokbhargava

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    Mavic is only for iOS users :) kidding
     
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  8. Greenenvey

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    Lmao talk about mean
     
  9. kmaluo

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    Does Litchi feed flight data to DJI like GO does?

    After hearing about FAA inspectors in Hawaii cracking down, I worry about out of site Litchi missions even though it would be amazingly cool.
     
  10. Waxings

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    Can you give me more info in the FAA in Hawaii? I'm heading there soon. Thanks!


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  11. kmaluo

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    They're mainly citing people for not notifying the main Air Traffic control tower if you're flying within 5 miles of an airport or 2 miles of a helipad. So basically if you're on Oahu, you have to notify the control tower before you fly. Thanks FAA, ugh.
     
  12. Waxings

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    I think the north shore is safe tho?


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  13. kmaluo

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    Download B4Ufly app. Most people don't follow all the FAA rules, including me, but should.
     
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    They have to be hard at work already for the Mavic. I wonder if they will add extra features?
     
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    Great question.. I was just there in May, flying my P3P in North Shore. The North Shore is not in a controlled airspace (Class B,C,D,E). Therefore it is Class G and does not require ATC authorization. However, the entire island of Oahu is within a Mode C Veil. I found nothing in the FAA UAS study guide referencing Mode C and UAS.

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