You can adapt the flight planning interface for your use by changing several parameters in the "Settings" tab within WingtraPilot.
- Map provider (Bing, Google, Amap, Google Ditu)
- Map type (street, satellite, terrain, hybrid)
- Enable local coordinate system (for China)
- Enable elevation data. Terrain following can be used and ground clearance checks are enabled only if this option is enabled (see Advanced flight planning). We strongly recommend enabling elevation data due to the following reasons:
a) Elevation data is subject to uncertainty (for normal, not too steep, or changing terrain you can expect uncertainty below +-20m)
b) Elevation data models the terrain profile, which means it does not account for objects like buildings or trees
c) The data can be outdated (and hence incorrect) in cases where terrain is changing substantially (e.g. in mines)
d) Uncertainty in steep terrain is higher than normal
- Units (metric, imperial)
- Language (English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish)
By clicking on "advanced options," the list of settings gets extended, and you can modify the following settings:
- Enable custom side overlap settings, which allows you to plan flights with negative overlaps. This is useful for applications where an image sample of a large area is required but not for orthomosaic generation
- Geotag file format defines the .csv that is generated during geotagging. How the CSV file will be structured, depending on your choice, can be seen below the drop-down list.
- User mode (basic, Wingtra). Please always use the basic mode; all functionality is given in the basic mode, and Wingtra mode is only for support purposes.
Never switch to Wingtra mode unless you are told by the Wingtra support.
Furthermore, you can check the current WingtraPilot version and details to your last connected WingtraOne.