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New Inspire 1 firmware v1.11.1.50

Hi. I have just updated the new firmware. Now we are stuck at 30m hight and 50m distance. How do i correct that. I urgently need a solution as we have work to do.

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Riaan Pheiffer

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Riaan: We replied to your message yesterday warning that you might not want to update your firmware if you don't have to. Please make sure that our email addresses are whitelisted with your email provider so you are sure to get our replies in a timely manner. 

The updated firmware has new restrictions that require authorization with DJI to clear. We are working on updating things now.

Please read here for the workaround:
https://support.dronesmadeeasy.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/115009601266-No-Fly-Zone-Take-Off

You don't run DJI Go in the background. You have to close Map Pilot, start DJI Go, close DJI Go and then restart Map Pilot. We are working on a fix.

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Thank you. we have been doing that but have to run DJI go in the back to be able to have map pilot working without restriction.

Riaan Pheiffer 0 votes
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I have the same P4Problem. I got the second part of the mission work after closing MP, opening GO4, closing GO4 and opening MP again as suggested.

Flight speed was reduced to 2.7 m/s, toooo slow. Estimated time was around 7 minutes and with 2 batteries it took 22min.
Is that speed set depending on camera speed? Mine was 1/120?

Daniel Stonek 0 votes
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The aircraft being slowed down due to long exposure times is not related to this issue. 

You can turn off the Light Conditions based Speed Control in the settings but you will likely be getting blurry images. 

1/120 is a long exposure time and will limit your speed.

Zane 0 votes
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Ok. I know those are different things. My fault was not to remove ND filter.

Then the plane keeps speed and takes photos, it does not move and stop to take the photo in still position, is that so?

Another question: one of points/photos eas missing, then that part of the map was not accurate. What do you suggest?

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Daniel Stonek 0 votes
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Today we tried to map 47ha of a query. I have updated our inspire 1 to the latest firmware v.1.11.1.50

It seems the issue is still not fixed and we cannot fly any mission with multiple batteries. 

I can load the initial mission, the drone takes off until the batterie goes low, I use the screen RTH function, let the drone land, swap the batterie, software says the mission will pick up where left and then... boom... "Flight outside maximum flight radius"

This issue seems to go on for a while now. I have a very important mission to do and we run out of time. I need this working on Tuesday. How can I fix this? Do you have a work around? Can I have some help here please?

Axel Seedig 0 votes
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Axel: The updated version 2.6.0 has not been released yet. For 2.5.3 you will need to open DJI Go after every power up as is suggested in the other posts. 

Zane 0 votes
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This all make's me wonder how do i do mapping on locations where i don't have internet access ? And there are a couple in the middle of nowhere, these mapping locations are not normally near big towns.

 

Bert Bosman 0 votes
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This has nothing to do with internet connectivity. The latest firmware update requires authorization from DJI Go, not any server online, to fly. Our new version of the app will be able to provide this authentication.

Zane 0 votes
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Yes, I am aware of that, but that doesn't help my multi batterie missions, or does it ;-) I need that resolved or I loose a huge project. :-(

Axel Seedig 0 votes
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Axel. I am at the moment running DJI go in the background it seems to work with the multi battery missions. I use and Ipad AIr 2 and iet seems to handle the processing. I know it is not the correct thing to do but the other option is to go into DJI go every time you change battery. 

Riaan Pheiffer 0 votes
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@zane, Ah ok thanks. It is still a strange move from DJI

Bert Bosman 0 votes
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@Riaan Pheiffer: I tried that too. I have the iPad Air 2 myself, but every time I switch from DJI Go to the Maps made Easy software, I get the error. Believe me, I have tried everything, but no luck.

I think we need the new release quick. Does anyone know, when the new version is available? I am willing to use a BETA to test if that helps me to get me task done on Tuesday. Wasted already several hours yesterday at the customer site and the customer is not happy :-(

Axel Seedig 0 votes
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Axel, in the meantime you can build the mission with DJI Ground Station Pro and then process the images here

Daniel Stonek 0 votes
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@Daniel: I tried that, but GS Pro doesn't has the setting for Altitude Offset. I will try but not sure if the result is what I need. Do you think I can calculate the offset into the altitude settings from start and getting the same result?

Axel Seedig 0 votes
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Maybe you can add your offset manually in GSP and then substract it to all pics using exiftool -Altitude-=......

Daniel Stonek 0 votes
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Version 2.6.0 has been released and no longer requires DJI Go to be accessed between batteries. 

Zane 0 votes
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