Attempted to solve one of the most common problems when flying some type of drone, such as the fact that due to some human error some type of incident or mishap ends up destroying our unit, the engineers of DJI have just announced the creation of an assisted piloting system for their drones baptized with the name of Coach Mode.
As just announced, this new assisted piloting mode allows any user, whatever their experience, to be able to take complete control of a drone and, in the event that during the flight experience the situation becomes complicated, that an instructor or anyone much more experienced, can take full control of the drone with a second remote control. As you can see, we are talking about something very similar to car classes in a driving school where we can find a second set of pedals in the space for the co-driver.
Learn to fly a drone with the Coach Mode functionality released by DJI
If you are interested in trying this new functionality, available in the application DJI GO, Tell you that at the moment it can only be used in the Inspire, M600 and Phantom 4 models present in the Chinese manufacturer's catalog. As commented Martin BrandenburgDJI's European Marketing Director, it seems that anyone will be able to acquire better piloting skills in a completely safe way.
On the other hand and taking into account the importance of security, especially regarding the connection between the remote control and the drone, the company works on the encryption of its aerial products to avoid the interference of third parties. With the Triple DES system (3DES), used in electronic payment operations, the Asian firm tries to make its devices safe against computer attacks.