I had my DJI Phantom 3 Pro for over three months, and had a successful 77 flights without much issues. I did have one flyaway due to a bad calibration earlier on, but I recovered from it. I also had a critically low voltage warning recently, and the drone landed right above where it was. Luckily, it was only about 30 feet away. However, yesterday, I was flying around an old factory, and got disoriented upon returning, thinking I was going the right way. The signal became weak, and the low battery warning came on as I had reached 30%. Since I was going the wrong way, I lost signal, however, the drone never returned. The wind was blowing north at around 11km/h at the time. I do remember a successful calibration, and most of the time, it said 'safe-to-fly gps.' I did takeoff quite quickly as I was receiving a few gusts of wind, and I wonder if that was a mistake on my part. From other posts I read, that might be the case. Nonetheless, I just want to get the drone back and have no clue where it is. The wind periodically shifted between going north and east, but overall was relatively calm. There is a lot of water in the area though, and I'm just hoping it didn't go in. Pretty dumb mistake considering I had about 7 hours of flight time experience. This was the first time I ever lost track of where my drone was though. There were large power lines in the area, so I'm wondering if they took the signal from there. I have been cautious around power lines to make sure my signal does not get too weak. As mentioned though, I was convinced I was coming home from looking at the screen. If only I had looked at how far away I was at the bottom of the screen... It never even dawned on me I was flying the wrong way. I even started running in the direction of the factory to see I could recover the signal (wrong way again). I'm quite embarrassed and ashamed considering my navigation skills are pretty good. Here is the log though, so hopefully that helps. HealthyDrones.com - Innovative flight data analysis that matters Thank you.