FieldAgent Mobile - Connecting to Bluetooth
1. Turn Bluetooth ON.
2. Download, launch, and log into FieldAgent Mobile (iOS App).
3. Place your drone on a stable surface and power it on. The gimbal will calibrate and stabilize in ~20 seconds.
4. You'll see a popup in FieldAgent Mobile shortly after powering on your drone. Click Pair.
Once installed and properly connected via bluetooth, FieldAgent will automatically update the overlap of the camera each flight, without the requirement to manually update the config file.
FieldAgent will also set the flight speed to 30mph.
To fly a field boundary or shape file, slide right as shown below:
Contact Sentera Customer Support:
Create a Support Ticket Here
Phone: (844) 736-8372 - Option 1
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FieldAgent Mobile - User Guide
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Changing the Overlap on the Single Sensor
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