I do crop research in the midwest. I am NOT an RC pilot-and don't want to be one. In the past I have hired a Cessna 172 & pilot to do aerial photos of my plots, with good success. My goal is a fully automated typical flight like this: 1. The uav is sitting on the ground, being fully programed and locked on to satellites for the flight in the AP. 2. I hit the "start" or whatever button, it launches, goes to about 200 ft above the ground, hovers for a bit, and then heads straight east for 1500 ft, taking a straight down still photo every second or so. 3. At the end of the 1500 ft, it turns south for another 200 ft, then travels back coming straight west, and lands at the end of the strip, in a different location than it started. 4. The camera is then shut off. My goal is to have this SAME flight program and path repeated every few days thru the season, at different times of the day, always in good weather, never in the rain, but often soon after a rain. My question: Do you think the Inspire 1 can do this? Is there a better platform out there to do this? My desired outcome is a set of georeferenced 12 megapixel still photos with minimal distortion. Thank you for your input.