Drone Course

Safety at a Glance

1. Environmental Considerations

⁃ Always fly at locations that are clear of building and other obstacles.

⁃ DO NOT fly above or near large crowds.

⁃ Avoid flying at altitudes above 400 feet (120 m).

⁃ Be very careful when flying 19,600 feet (6.000 m) or more above sea level.

⁃ Fly in moderate weather conditions with temperatures between 0C to 40C.

2. Pre-flight Checklist

⁃ Ensure the remote controller and aircraft batteries are fully charged, and mobile device are fully charged.

⁃ Ensure the propellers are in good condition and securely tightened.

⁃ Ensure there is nothing obstructing the motors.

⁃ Be sure to calibrate the compass at every new flight location or if the app prompts you.

⁃ Check that the camera lens is clean and free of stains.

⁃ Ensure that you are using only genuine parts and that all parts are in mint condition.

⁃ Ensure that there is no foreign object stuck to the camera lens, the micro-SD card has been inserted into the camera, and the gimbal can rotate freely before powering it on.

⁃ Ensure the app and aircraft’s firmware have been upgraded to the latest version.

⁃ Be sure that you are NOT flying under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any substance that may impair your cognitive abilities.

⁃ Be familiar with the selected flight mode and understand all safety functions and warnings.

3. Operation

⁃ Stay away from the rotating propellers and motors.

⁃ Maintain line of sight of your aircraft at all times.

⁃ DO NOT perform the Combination Stick Command when the aircraft is in midair.

⁃ DO NOT answer incoming calls during flight.

⁃ DO NOT fly under the influence of alcohols or drugs.

⁃ During the Return-to-Home procedure, you can adjust the altitude to avoid obstacles.

⁃ DO NOT fly closely above reflective surfaces such as water or snow, as these terrain may affect the performance of the Vision Positioning System.

⁃ In the instance of a Low Battery Warnig, land the aircraft at a safe location.

⁃ After landing, first turn off the Intelligent Flight Battery, then turn off the remote controller.

4. Maintenance and Upkeep

⁃ DO NOT use aged, chipped or broken propellers.

⁃ Recommended storage temperature: between 22C and 28C).

5. Observe Local Laws and Regulations

⁃ DO NOT fly in the No Fly Zones.

⁃ Avoid flying in areas where rescue teams are actively using the airspace.

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