AirMap Partners with 3DR and DJI; Drone Users will have Additional Information for Safety
Drones are gaining popularity fast, but flying one could be a difficult task with accurate information about safe flying zones and restricted air space.
AirMap makes it easy to operate drones safely and legally. It is considered one of the best services that provide information about the safe flying zones. On Tuesday, the company announced that has partnered with DJI and 3DR to bring precise, real-time airspace information that will help millions of customers globally. It simply means that AirMap data will be built into the app of 3DR Solo now as it will be the first one to use the services.
From December onward, the customers of DJI and 3DR will have better information about the areas where they can fly safely, which will add confidence and peace of mind.
When using the app, the 3DR Solo pilots will notice a yellow superimpose in case they attempt flying inside a zone that's restricted for drones. There will also be additional information available regarding restriction through the services.
DJI, in its previous versions of app built similar functionality but the difference. However, the users of 3DR have more information available through AirMap as the implementation on DJI appears to be pinned as a later addition.
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