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sebko
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As a part of a project, I am implementing an android app based on the DJI Mobile SDK. I need to automatically fly over a predefined field. I know there is the Waypoint Mission which lets me define waypoints to which the drone will fly after one another. But is there a simpler way to fly over an area and to cover the whole area by only defining, for example, a rectangle which should be covered fully?
The real problem is that the Waypoint Mission is limited to 99 waypoints, but I definitely need more than 99 waypoints to cover a whole field. So is there a possibility to extend the number of waypoints or is it possible to define multiple Waypoint Missions that are executed fluently after one another?
3-31 06:31
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Keule
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Use GSPro 2.0.x - the app takes care of the 99 WP limit.
Once reached the 99th waypoint - simply continue by manually pressing 'resume' mission on the GSPro screen.
3-31 09:22
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Keule Posted at 3-31 09:22
Use GSPro 2.0.x - the app takes care of the 99 WP limit.
Once reached the 99th waypoint - simply continue by manually pressing 'resume' mission on the GSPro screen.

As I said I am implementing my own app.  The waypoint feature is just a sub-functionality of the app and is hidden from the user. So how can I use the GSPro app? Furthermore, as I see the app is not available for Android.Is it possible to split the 99+ waypoints into two predefined missions that are then carried out after one another?

3-31 23:23
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it possible to split the 99+ waypoints into two predefined missions that are then carried out after one another?
yes
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