The app, which you can download on an iPhone or iPad, allows you to draw a flightpath with your finger that your unmanned aerial system will safely fly on autopilot.
Users can control the camera on board the UAS with the new app by panning and tilting the iOS device, according to a news release. As you move the iPad or iPhone, the UAS mimics your movements while streaming the live feed to you.
The app is currently compatible with the DJI Phantom 3 Pro and Advanced models, as well as the DJI Inspire 1.
“We believe drones will impact virtually every industry from filmmaking to farming. But to get there, we believe it needs to be a lot simpler. That’s why we made an app without the confusing controls so you can get the shots you want without the hassle,” said Ben Brautigam, co-founder of Airnest, according to the release.
The app comes with safety features as well, and displays no-fly zones, such as airports. It’s also programmed to not fly above 400 feet.
For more information visit airnest.com.