Hi @danielrasmuson, @manu, this feature is exactly what I'm after, as satellite coverage of my work area is generally poor/absent.
I've uploaded a GeoTIFF of my work area from plane-based imagery that my team collected last year, and was hoping to use that as the basemap for planning DroneDeploy flights here. However:
- When I'm looking at my full table of contents of maps and map plans in DroneDeploy, my GeoTIFF basemap displays as a "completed map" symbol, rather than actually illustrating the map itself (screenshot 1 below)
- When I open the "completed map" symbol, the GeoTIFF displays nicely, but only gives me options to take measurements from it, rather than actually drawing flight plans over it (screenshot 2 below)
- When I open a new flight plan, even though I have "use existing maps as baselayer" toggled on, the basemap that I see is the default satellite one (screenshot 3 below).
Has anyone else had this problem? I like to think that it's a simple matter of me adjusting a setting somewhere, but for the life of me I can't figure out what setting or where.
screenshot 1 - uploaded GeoTIFF and new flight plan both appear in table of contents and as symbols on default satellite basemap
screenshot 2 - uploaded GeoTIFF displays as it should, where it should. Usage options include taking measurements, which is not relevant to me
screenshot 3 - new flight plan, with "use existing maps as a baselayer" toggled on, doesn't actually use the GeoTIFF I uploaded as a basemap, and instead defaults to unhelpful satellite imagery basemap (note: if I zoom in any further, the screen goes gray and displays a "no imagery available" symbol, which is particularly unhelpful for flight planning).