This guide outlines the specifications required to operate the Mavic Air 2 with DroneDeploy, as well as frequently asked questions about this model.
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Support for the Mavic Air 2
We are excited to support this drone model through virtual sticks for autonomous mapping. The Mavic Air 2 is currently only supported on iOS devices. For the best experience with these drones, ensure you're on the latest iOS version, as well as the latest version of DroneDeploy.
What plans will work for the Mavic Air 2
All DroneDeploy flight plans are supported on the Mavic Air 2.
Is this supported on Android?
Support for this drone is iOS only. At this time, there are no current plans to expand.
Are flight logs stored?
Yes, we will record and save flight logs from Mavic Air 2 flights.
Does this support LiveMap?
Yes, LiveMap is supported.
Why do flight plans take longer than expected to complete?
Due to the way Mavic Air 2 autonomous flights are implemented, the drone will fly slightly slower than other types of drones.
What iOS devices are NOT supported for Mavic Air 2 flights?
All of our supported and recommended devices are listed here. Devices outside of this list are untested, and may not work appropriately with this drone.
Why does this drone require a paid subscription?
Unlike other DJI drones, DJI does not provide a third-party iOS SDK (Software Development Kit) to support autonomous flight for this drone. However, DroneDeploy has created a workaround which in turn, has added costs. Our paid plan provides you access to this automated experience along with many more features/toolsets to utilize the full potential of captured drone data. Visit our pricing page here for more details on available subscriptions.