DJI A2 FLIGHT CONTROLLER AUTO PILOT
9 TYPES OF MULTI-ROTOR AND A CUSTOMIZED MOTOR MIXER
The A2 autopilot by DJI is designed specifically for commercial
industrial multirotor drones and provides simple configuration, easy
installation and stable performance. It also supports customized
motor mixing, which greatly meets the demands of particular users.
INTELLIGENT ORIENTATION CONTROL (IOC)
Usually, the forward direction of a UAV drone is the same as the
nose direction. By using intelligent orientation control, wherever
the forward direction can be relative by course heading, home
direction and home location. This makes piloting easier and safer.
POINT OF INTEREST (POI)
When GPS signal is good, users can record the current position
of the aircraft as a point of interest by a preset switch on the remote
controller. The aircraft can achieve a circling flight around the
point of interest with the nose pointing at the POI in an area of
5 meters to 500 meters radius, when the roll command is given.
This function is easy to set and simple to operate, it is suitable for
all-around shooting of a fixed scenic spot. Click on the picture to
view sample footage shot using the DJI POI function.
INTELLIGENT LANDING GEAR FUNCTION
Once you have enabled the DJI A2 intelligent landing gear function
in the assistant software, the landing gear will default to the lower
position when the aircraft is on the ground and the system will lower
the landing gear in emergency, motor failure or auto landing to protect
the aircraft and gimbal. Even with this function, pilots can manually
lower or retract the landing gear via switch when the aircraft is over
5m above the ground.
If the multirotor UAV drone and its controlers disconnects during
flight, the A2 autopilot failsafe protection will come to and if a
good GPS signal is present, the drone will return to home and land
automatically. Pilots can also program a one-key-go-home
function via free assistant software.
MULTI-ROTOR ONE-MOTE FAIL PROTECTION
For drones, this function means that when the aircraft is in attitude or
GPS attitude mode, and one of the motors stop, the aircraft will
retain good attitude (level) and rotate around the frame arm. In this
condition, the aircraft is still under control and returns home safely
and highly reducing the risk of a crash. Click on picture to watch