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  • Jim McAndrew

    The disengage reason was "Drone Too Far Off Course: D 23 m". This means the flight path deviated more than the plan settings would allow so Dronelink automatically disengaged the mission. You can read this article to understand more and find potential solutions:

    https://support.dronelink.com/hc/en-us/articles/360052533153-Why-does-the-drone-fly-off-course-or-make-jerky-movements-during-certain-mission-plans-

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  • Jim McAndrew

    Continuing from the question here.

    The plan has motion error tolerance settings here:

    After looking at your plan, I noticed that you set the default speed to almost 30mph, which the mini will not be able to accomplish, or even if it gets close, not with any level of precision. You need to fly slower or increase the error tolerance ranges.

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  • Rulfoh

    Jim  - how does that overall Max speed affect the ability of the drone to deal with the wind if at all? I sometimes set it really high thinking a low speed may limit the ability of the mini to stay in course as this drone is really susceptible to the wind and I control the speed with markers, but maybe that is not necessary? I am now thinking based on your comment here,  that the lower the overall speed the easier for the drone to stay within the error tolerance, is that correct?  

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  • Jim McAndrew

    Lower speeds reserve more of the performance envelope for countering the wind, you are correct.

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