GNSS - I.R.P.C. - S.M.A.R.T. - T.P.C.S.

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GNSS - I.R.P.C. - S.M.A.R.T. - T.P.C.S.

Definitions

G.N.S.S.

Advanced GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS and SBAS Global Navigation Satellite System. Allowing to establish a stable and precise X/Y-axis position hold, return to home, as well as “T.P.C.S” flying. Position hold, in combination with Z-axis altitude height hold, is typically applied during aerial photography applications. Further GNSS allows recovering or locating your unit in case of an emergency.

I.R.P.C.

An algorithm defined as “Intelligent Relative Positioning Control” based on compass and positioning data allowing pilots to quickly recover the unit in the event of loss of visual orientation. Regardless of the unit’s heading I.R.P.C will directly respond to control stick inputs relative to the pilot’s location.

S.M.A.R.T.

The “Software Managed Auto Return Technology” function provides App based simple user configuration options allowing pilots to set “Task Point” commands and home location parameter through mobile devices via Bluetooth connectivity.

T.P.C.S.

Known as “Task Point Command System” differs from commonly known way-points, thus allowing a full set of “tasks” to be completed on each defined “Task Point” such as a full 360 rotation for instance. T.P.C.S is controlled by App also known as “EYE Control”.



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