The first thing pilots should be concerned with before and during flight is whether this flight is safe or not.
As with all remote controlled aircraft, right of way must be given to passenger aircraft should they come near where you are flying.
During an automated mission you are doing with Map Pilot, you do not have to totally abandon your mission's progress in order to remain a safe distance away from other aircraft.
At any time, you can switch the PAF (PSA for Phantom 4) switch from F to A or P (P to A on the Phantom 4) and manually pilot the aircraft out of harms way. You are the pilot, this is your responsibility.
If you have more time in order to react and wish to be able to resume your mission afterwards, press the Go Home button first to record the point of abandonment. Once it is on its way home, you can then interrupt the flight using the emergency takeover method. When you want to restart the mission, you will have to manually pilot the aircraft back to the point above the takeoff location, switch the PAF switch back into the F position (P for Phantom 4), and go through the Pre-Flight and Start process all over again and it will pick up where it left off.
Any time you interrupt a flight by switching out of F mode (P for Phantom 4) you will need to be sure to switch it back into F mode before landing to keep the app from getting out of sync.
Mavic: The Mavic's remote is different and does not have a PAF or PSA switch. The fastest way to get the Mavic out of programmed flight mode is to switch it into Sport mode and then back into the normal mode.