Using the Parrot Flight Recorder, the AR.Drone 2.0 is the first toy with on-board GPS. This new accessory improves the features of the AR.Drone 2.0 and records more than 350 flight settings. It is the black box of your AR.Drone 2.0. For safety guidelines and further information please visit dronesafe.uk
- Geolocation using the GPS module
- Select your destination on the map
- Record flights and videos using 4 Gb Flash memories
- Review your flights modeled in 3D on the AR.Drone Academy map
- Make the AR.Drone 2.0 automatically return to its take-off point
- Improve stability in flight
This new function makes the AR.Drone return automatically to its take-off point. The GPS coordinates are recorded at each moment which enables the AR.Drone 2.0 to position itself accurately in space (+/- 2m)
Better Flight Behaviour
Using Flight Recorder GPS sensors, the AR.Drone 2.0 is more stable when flying in altitude.
Connect the Flight Recorder to the USB port of the AR.Drone 2.0. Ensure the Flight Recorder is positioned exactly above the battery to obtain the best results. The official video shows you how to do this.
AR.Drone Academy Replay
View your flights from another angle using the AR.Drone Academy replay function. Improve your trajectories using the 3D modeling of each of your flights.
- 77.7 x 38.3 x 12.5mm
- +/- 2 meters
- 3.3V TBC
Time To First Fix:
- 25s maximum 4Gb Flash memory (allows 2 hours of video to be recorded)
- Comprises one type A female USB port to connect a USB key drive
IMPORTANT DRONE SAFTEY/LEGAL GUIDELINES:
- Always keep your drone in sight; this means you can see and avoid other things while flying.
- Stay below 400ft (120m) to comply with the dronecode 400ft (120m) - this reduces the likelihood of a conflict with manned aircraft.
- Keep the right distance from people and property: 150ft (50m)
- Keep the right distance from crowds and built up areas: 500ft (150m) and don’t overfly.
- Stay well away from aircraft, airports and airfields. If your drone endangers the safety of an aircraft, it is a criminal offence and you could go to prison for five years.
*(The UK Dronecode is published by the Civil Aviation Authority to assist drone users in flying safely.)