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12th Dec 2016
No Film School
DJI is giving developers and aerial cinematography fans the chance to design their own drone apps with more powerful tools.
During its inaugural AirWorks conference yesterday, DJI announced that they're going to make that process a whole lot easier by giving users the chance to create their own professional drone apps using new software tools. The company has improved its Mobile and Onboard SDKs and added new features that allow developers, or anyone interested in participating, the ability to build apps from the ground up.
These features include new user interface libraries, an onboard trajectory planning and control framework, and a brand new flight app called Ground Station that makes designing 2D and 3D maps possible. Currently in public beta, Ground Station also can be integrated into third-party apps.
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drones, DJI, apps