Kittyhawk adds programmed multi-waypoint flights to the drone-control software

All-in-one worker government app Kittyhawk has combined nonetheless another feature: multi-waypoint programmed flights. This is an essential underline for lots of blurb worker applications and testing, and a fewer apps and platforms we need to accomplish a task, a better.

Kittyhawk (not to be confused with Larry Page and Sebastian Thrun’s Kitty Hawk) is an app that puts many of a many frequently indispensable drone-related services in one place: pre-flight checklists, airspace maps, hyperlocal weather, moody planning, live secure video, and now, approach moody automation around waypoints.

It’s flattering straightforward: only set your home location, afterwards start picking coordinates, altitudes, and attitudes — as good as some cultured choices like either we wish a worker to turn off a turns or follow them down to inch.

In a useful hold that might forestall some annoying moody failures, a complement won’t let we set waypoints outward a operation of a worker or a control radio. So no incidentally fat-fingering a moody trail that takes your Phantom a integrate thousand miles off course.

There are copiousness of options out there for a many new blurb and semi-pro worker operations popping adult all over a place, though it never hurts to supplement some-more capabilities or accumulate them into one accessible app. The new facilities should arrive soon, though a association didn’t yield a date.

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