Today, we discuss tracking devices. Should you attach one to your drone? Will it interfere with your GPS signal?
Whether or not you need (or should use) a tracking device depends on the type of drone you’re using. Many new drones come pre-equipped with tracking devices. If you’re flying a Phantom 4 Pro or Mavic Pro, for example, you can use DJI Go to track your drone. This applies to a number of DJI’s newest models. It even works in the case of a flyaway. If, somehow, you lose the battery, DJI Go will let you know where the GPS was last transmitted. Therefore, you may want a tracking device. However, you’ll only need one if you have an older model drone.
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- [02:38] Today, we discuss tracking devices
- [04:38] Do you need to attach a tracking device to your drone?
- [04:56] Can you track your drone even after a crash?
- [05:23] Will a tracking device interfere with the GPS signal of your drone?