Autel Robotics has introduced new firmware updates for its EVO Lite+ and EVO Nano+ drones. The producer says these updates embody ‘highly-requested options’ from their consumer base, together with accessible flight logs, the power to show off voice notifications when utilizing the Sky app and a rise the utmost flight distance.
Autel has made it simpler to entry flight logs by way of their Sky app. This function turns out to be useful ought to any issues come up whereas working the drone. Customers can obtain Flight Logs, RC Logs, and App Logs from the ‘Flight Log’ menu and ship them on to Autel’s customer support. All flight info is saved on regional AWS servers positioned in Texas.
Till now, working a Nano+ or Lite+ drone meant coping with frequent voiceover notifications. Autel has now given customers the power to disable them – however solely recommends you accomplish that in case you’re an skilled pilot. Common alerts, similar to ‘take off’ and ‘touchdown,’ together with impediment avoidance prompts, might be toggled on and off within the ‘Voiceovers’ choice present in Superior Settings. Voice prompts have been added for automated QuickShots and whereas taking pictures a Hyperlapse clip in Orbit mode.
|Homeowners of the EVO Lite+ and EVO Nano+ drones can now toggle between activating or disabling voiceovers.|
Whereas the Nano and Lite collection of drones provide up a most altitude exceeding 792m (2,600ft), there was a strict limitation on the gap one may fly. The brand new Distance Restrict has been elevated by an element of 10 for the Nano+ and Lite+ to a whopping 5,000m (16,404ft).
There is no indication if Autel plans on any firmware updates for its normal EVO Lite and EVO Nano drones within the close to future. The Sky app is free to obtain in each the Android and iOS app marketplaces. V1.4.64 firmware launch notes for the Lite+ and V1.4.9 for the Nano+ can be found on Autel’s website. That is the primary collection of firmware updates launched for these explicit drones since early Might.