Shouldn't altitude height adjust once you've reached the top of a hill? As it climbs, the ground to craft doesn't adjust altitude. Only from where i originated. Its says im 300 ft high when actually im only 50 above ground on top of a hill.
Im in love with my craft also, just trying to stay under 400ft. For safety reasons i like to fly 150ft above ground. I just need to do my homework on areas before hand. For 3000 cash topo data should be included.None of the DJI or any other FCs I know of do this. It would require full topological data.
I'm happy with it as it is. I don't want my craft changing it's altitude uncommanded.
Actually GPS is extremely inaccurate for altitude measurements. In fact it's pretty useless. Discrepancies of +/- 400ft is not unusual using GPS data.Yeah im flying 700 ft. When in actuality im only 300 ft above ground. That's not real time gps, get it right dji
Actually... the inaccuracy might be more of your friend than you think...Im thinking more along the lines of the fAA. My flight data is being recorded. 700 ft ain't 400. I just want proof that im actually obeying the rules. Accurate not misleading info if bleep hit the fan. Otherwise the i1 is the greatest
Are the barometric pressure sensors in airplanes that sensitive, too?The Inspire's Flight controller (like pretty much all other multirotors) uses a small barometric pressure sensor that is sensitive enough to register barometric differences as small as 10cm change in height to regulate it's altitude.