Now that you’ve learned how to plan a mission on your remote controller let’s explore another method to draw and import your flight boundary onto your controller. This method involves planning a Keyhole Markup Language, or KML, file on your computer, then importing this file onto your controller. The advantage of using this method is that you can plan your mission on a larger computer screen and with a stronger internet connection.
This video focuses on the Phantom 4 RTK and the Matrice 300 RTK drones.
You’ll learn how to:
Create a KML file in Google Earth Pro
Create a KML file in the Platform, and how to
Import a KML file to your drone
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