How to change Parrot Sequoia's settings

How to change Parrot Sequoia's settings

 

You can configure Parrot Sequoia using a flight planning software (e.g. Pix4Dmapper Capture or eMotion from SenseFly) or Wi-Fi via an HTML interface. Your settings will be saved in Parrot Sequoia's memory.

 

Configuring Parrot Sequoia via Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi is enabled on Parrot Sequoia by default. Press four times on the multispectral sensor button to enable/disable Wi-Fi on Parrot Sequoia+. Subsequently, Parrot Sequoia+ remembers the previous Wi-Fi settings in its memory, whether it is switched on or off.

You can configure Parrot Sequoia from a computer, smartphone or tablet:

  1. Connect the multispectral sensor's USB device port to a drone or a USB battery.

  • Parrot Sequoia switches on automatically.

  1. Make sure that the Wi-Fi is displayed in the list of available Wi-Fi connections. If not, press four times on the multispectral sensor button.

  2. Connect to the Wi-Fi network: Sequoia_XXXX.

  3. Open your internet browser.

  4. In the address bar of your browser, type the following address: 192.168.47.1

  • The HTML interface for setting up Parrot Sequoia opens. You can configure Parrot Sequoia.

HTML interface for configuring Parrot Sequoia

Parrot Sequoia's settings interface consists of three screens:

  • Home

  • Status

  • Gallery

 

Home

The Home screen is used to configure Parrot Sequoia.

Configuring the capture mode

Select the capture mode you want:

  • Single: take one shot at a time.

  • Time-lapse: take burst shots at regular intervals. In the "time-lapse" field, specify the required time interval in seconds between each shot.

  • GPS: take burst shots at regular distance intervals. In the "GPS" field, specify the distance in meters between each photo.

 

Once the configuration is complete, press the Capture button. The captures start. To stop the captures, press the Stop capture button.

Configuring the sensors

Select:

  • The capture resolution: 0.3 MP or 1.2 MP.

  • The bit depth: 8 bit or 10 bit.

  • The sensors that you want to enable during the flight (Green, Red, Red Edge, Near Infrared and RGB). To do this, click on the sensors that you want to enable or disable.

Update : 15/10/2018
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