Looking very much forward to hearing from you how it went!Steve,
Thanks for sharing this with everyone. Once I get home next week, I'll do the updates, try some survey missions and report back. I hope the improvements as noted in the update details will give us a more stable DataPilot for surveys!
Fixed is a very black and white term. Software can be complex enough that bug fixing is shades of grey! Unfortunately Yuneec dont really detail what the bugs are that they've fixed.Sad to hear DataPilot is not yet fixed then.
I have heard from others that DataPilot will still crash. I'm happy to see you had a better experience.
Needs definitely more testing. My two batteries flight is certainly not representative. Though, I had app crashes on every flight prior to the update.
Before I was flying with Datapilot v18.104.22.168 and now v1.6.53.
My cameras are CGO-ET, E90 and E10t.
@Paw: Will test battery swap with the new datapilot maybe tomorrow. Bet it will remain the same procedure. Shut Copter down. Change battery. Tap „resume mission...from last waypoint“ (or similar wording). „New“ mission is then automatically uploaded to the H520 consisting of the remaining waypoints. Is this procedure different with you guys? Saw that this topic is being discussed here from time to time and was wondering if it is not always the same?
Hey. Just tested it with recent datapilot version. Battery change procedure is the same as with earlier version and as described in the modified manual you have sent. (The procedure someone added to the manual).Hi,
Thanks for explanation on how to swap batteries. Yet indeed the procedure was already discussed here and there. I have come across one described on p. 91 of the attached manual. Must admit that have not yet tried whether and how it worked.
HI,Hey. Just tested it with recent datapilot version. Battery change procedure is the same as with earlier version and as described in the modified manual you have sent. (The procedure someone added to the manual).
See some pics attached.
Watch out for this one! It will not return at the battery level you've set the low battery warning at. It will only return when there is an exceptionally low battery, and if you wait until this point you really risk the drone having insufficient battery to get home.But comes the drone automatically back when batteries is almost empty?