Stand Count & Live Map: Supported Phones, Tablets, Controllers & Accessories

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Supported Phones, Tablets, and Controllers

Minimum Device Hardware Requirements for Stand Count and Live Map: 

Stand Count and Live Map functionality are compatible with iOS devices and the DJI M3E RC Pro Controller. Android devices are not supported for Stand Count or Live Map. 

  • iPads:

    • iPad Pro 11-inch (2nd generation) and newer
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th generation) and newer
    • iPad Air (4th generation) and newer
    • iPad (8th generation) and newer
    • iPad mini (6th generation)
  • iPhones:
    • iPhone 11 (Sept 2019) or newer (including XS and XR) 
  • DJI RC Pro Controller for the M3E

 

Recommended Devices for Stand Count & Live Map: 

  • iPads:

    • iPad Pro 11-inch (4th generation) and newer
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (6th generation) and newer
    • iPad Air (5th generation) and newer
    • iPad (10th generation) and newer

 

  • iPhone 15, 15 Pro, 15 Pro Max

 

  •  DJI RC Pro Controller for the M3E 

 

Operating System 

Stand Count and Live Map functionality are compatible with iOS devices and the DJI M3E RC Pro Controller. Android devices are not supported for Stand Count or Live Map.

  • Minimum operating system: iOS 15 and 2GB of free disk space
  • Recommended operating system: iOS 16 and 10GBs of free disk space

 

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Note on device support for Live Map:

Like Stand Count, Live Map only supports iOS devices and the M3E RC pro controller. (sorry, Android users). Because Live Map is an intensive program that uses cutting-edge computer vision, it requires a powerful processor and ample RAM to run smoothly. Newer iPhones and iPads — especially the iPad Pro — will provide the best experience and highest quality Live Maps.

Required Accessories

You must have the correct SD cards & USB Cables to successfully transfer and store images.

Recommended SD Cards:

  • SanDisk Extreme
  • Extreme Pro
  • Extreme Plus (A2/ U3)

Recommended USB Cables:

  • Need to be data-transfer capable
  • Lower-quality cables can be problematic
  • Examples of high-quality, data-transfer capable cable brands include Apple and ConnecThor

 

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