DJI Ground Station PRO

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MISSION-CRITICAL FLIGHT SIMPLIFIED

Enhance your drone operations with the DJI Ground Station Pro (DJI GS Pro), an iPad app. Conduct automated flight missions, manage flight data on the cloud, and collaborate across projects to efficiently run your drone program.

FLIGHT DATA MANAGEMENT

Back up flight data securely on the cloud, giving missions higher reliability and accuracy. Reference historical information on flight missions, aircrafts, members, and flight logs so that workflows can be optimized. Flight mission data is visible to all members of a project team, making data sharing easier. Members can view edits made by other team members, or duplicate flight parameter settings for new missions.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Improve the efficiency of your drone operations by tracking individual projects and streamlining the project management process. Access to project status can be granted on a per project basis so that critical data is only available to the relevant members.

INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

DJI GS Pro is a powerful, convenient and easy to use tool. With just a few taps on an iPad, complex flight routes can be created, giving critical missions added accuracy and reliability. DJI GS Pro is an indispensable tool that is capable of dramatically increasing efficiency in a wide range of industries.

  • Architecture
  • Precision Agriculture
  • Electrical Inspections
  • Aerial Imaging
  • Safety Control
  • Search and Rescue

3D Map POI - Additional Services

3D Map POI excels in gathering the critical data of a structure, and is especially useful for measuring tall skyscrapers and towers. Just tap the structure on the screen and enter its basic parameters, then GS Pro will direct the drone and camera to gather the precise data you need. Through a number of customizable features like Circle and Vertical mode, 3D Map POI provides complete accuracy for effective structural management.

Circle Mode
After setting the drone's altitude range and flight radius, photo
overlap ratio, and the structure’s radius, GS Pro will prompt the
aircraft to fly in a circular path around the structure at different
altitudes from top to bottom, using its photos to generate a
composite 3D image according to the user’s settings.

Vertical Mode
After setting the drone's altitude range and flight radius, photo overlap ratio, and the structure’s radius, GS Pro will prompt the aircraft to follow a vertical flight and shot path along the structure, automatically relocating to the next path until it can generate a composite 3D image according to the user’s settings.

Vertical mode operates in three shooting modes:
In Hover-and-Capture mode, the aircraft will calculate an increased number of waypoints that create vertical paths, and hover at each one, capturing images at maximum shot stability.
In Capture at Equal Distance Interval / Time Interval mode, the aircraft will continuously fly along the main path, shooting at equal distance or time intervals while moving along vertical paths for faster operation.

Safety Instructions

In Circle and Vertical mode, the aircraft will fly in a straight path between waypoints, so the actual distance between theaircraft and the structure may sometimes be shorter than the preset flight radius. During Capture at Equal Distance/TimeInterval mode, the aircraft will fly along a parabola and the distance to the shooting target may be longer than the preset radius, so please make sure the surrounding area is open and large enough to avoid collision risks. To ensure flight safety,operators on the ground should move along with the aircraft to maintain line of sight as the aircraft flies around the structure.

In Vertical mode, the aircraft will fly up and down many times at a relatively low speed (1~4 m/s, although speed varies from different aircraft modes), which will lead to a longer shooting time and faster consumption of the battery level.

When resuming operations in Circle or Vertical mode, the aircraft will first ascend directly to a height equal to the previous way-point, then fly towards it. To avoid collision risks, be sure there are no ceilings or buildings above the aircraft.