As promised, here is the next and so-far final episode in our autopilot precision series. In this series of videos and articles we test multiple drone autopilots in terms of precision by flying them on a simple (yet often typical) photogrammetry route created in UgCS mission planning software. The flight trajectory of each drone is compared against the ideal test route.
In this final part we look at the results of DJI M600. Next week we will publish a table containing the overall results comparing all autopilots and the average deviation each of them had from the test route.
See the results for DJI M600 in the video below:
Download the KML files and take a look at them yourself in Google Earth:
Get the newest version of UgCS here: