Thanks guys, i'm still working on few things but i'll release beta version soon. Need few more flights (that's hard with 1 poor battery that gives me 11 minutes of flight time).
Survey mode went through major changes:
-no more camera options (easy to change in Waypoint App if you want to, defaults are set for mapping - pan follow airline and tilt is under manual control)
-battery capacity/flight time can be set for more precise voltage calculations
-mission splitter is working, can split any mission up to 4 separate missions (tested but need more testing, wasn't easy as i initialy thought)
-max speed is 18kph (11.2mph), limited by FC firmware and can't be changed (that's why mission splitter is important tool)
-adjusted distance and time calculations
After a week of rainy weather, finally i went to make second real life survey mission.
I'm happy with results, calculations are good enough, aircraft behaviour is great, accuracy is great, feeling more confidence now when flying - just chillin' with ST16 waiting for job to be done. Very satisfying work.
Survey mission target: orthomosaic map of small lake
Area to be scanned: 22.5 acres
Conditions: wind: up to 20km/h, temp: 20*C, sunny
Pictures taken: 600+ (around 4GB)
Pictures used: 181 (1 of 3 / 970MB)
DataPilot mission planner (PC version)
Calculated mission time: 11 minutes 5 second
Real mission time: 11 minutes 40 seconds
Calculated distance: 3210 meters
Real traveled distance: 3127 meters
Calculated voltage left: 14.35V
Voltage left: 14.40V
Telemetry data overlayed on Google Earth with KML generated by PLAN2
Georeferenced orthomosaic with KML overlayed (final ground resolution = 3.8cm/px)
I'm happy with the results, can't upload full resolution orthomosaic due to private properties and state facility proximity. (also 500MB size...)
Legal information: flight made by licensed pilot, according to VLOS rules in CTR area, using aircraft approved by CAA. Mission was reported to local airport using PansaUTM system with DroneRadar app and automatically approved.
More fun stuff soon.
Stay safe pilots.