Starting today, you can now begin mapping with DroneDeploy using your DJI Mavic Pro.
Here are some FAQs and answers:
Which apps are compatible?
We’re excited to announce that our iOS and Android apps fully support the Mavic.
How do I get started?
To start mapping, make sure you’re on the latest version of DJI’s firmware and on the latest version of the DroneDeploy app.
What issues might I encounter?
Keep in mind that the Mavic is still a relatively new product and some small issues are still being resolved, including the following:
- Mavic does not automatically land when a flight is finished, but hovers a few feet off the ground. To land, just take manual control.
- On Android, the battery reading is incorrect.
- Some users have reported camera exposure issues.
How can I report any bugs I encounter?
If you encounter any other issues, please let us know in our active user forum so that we can work with DJI to address them as soon as possible.
DJI just announced a new Phantom 4 Professional and Inspire 2. Will DroneDeploy support those?
We’ll be working closely with DJI to support these new drones as soon as possible. Stay tuned!