The geo-awareness function detects potential airspace boundary violations and alerts the pilot remotely. This feature is designed to help you respect European regulations. As a drone pilot, you must respect the geographical flight limits in place in the country where you fly. The geo-awareness function alerts the pilot when:
- The drone is about to enter a restricted airspace, or
- The drone is in a restricted airspace.
Geocage limit reached V220.127.116.11 – published on June 29, 2023 61 Examples of restricted areas can include, airports, prisons, government facilities, or other sensitive areas, etc.
Note: Geographical data on restricted areas is managed by Parrot and is updated regularly without the need for user intervention.
Geo-awareness is enabled by default. You can deactivate it in the advanced settings.
Warning: It is the pilot’s responsibility to respect restricted airspace.
When the geo-awareness function is activated, the alert: Geo-awareness – about to enter a no-fly zone appears on the screen in orange, if you are about to enter a restricted area. The alert appears 10 seconds before you enter the area, estimating your course if you maintain the same heading and speed.