If you fly your drone close to no-fly zones, the latest version of AirMap App (iOS/Android) now provides practical flight assistance. AirMap warns pilots in real time when their drone is approaching a no-fly zone defined by geofencing (such as airports or prisons). The pilot is then warned 30 seconds before his drone crosses the airspace boundary by warning messages on the screen and a voice indicating what type of no-fly zone will be reached in how many seconds.
AirMap also provides information on the flight regulations of 20 countries (including Germany) and displays this together with further information on the flight area and current weather to assist the pilot.
AirMap with alarm when approaching a no-fly zone
The real-time geofencing alarms via AirMap only work with DJI drones - they can be controlled via AirMap www.slashcam.de/news/single/AirMap-App-kann-ab-sofort-DJI-Drohnen-steuern-14281.html - either directly or via route planning.
In the future, an automatic avoidance of no-fly zones is to be implemented in AirMap - the app would then not only warn the pilot when approaching such a zone, but would also independently change the course of the drone - of course only at the express request of the pilot.
The AirMap app supports the majority of the current DJI drones, such as the DJI Matrice, DJI Inspire 2, DJI Inspire 1, DJI Mavic, DJI Mavic 2, DJI Phantom 4 PRO, DJI Phantom 4, DJI Phantom 3 and the DJI Spark.