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To use this feature, pilots can select the AR radio button while the drone is in flight to instantly view an overlay displaying street names and house/building numbers. Our built-in calibration tool allows pilots to adjust the two zoom sliders and longitude and latitude sliders to achieve precise accuracy. Additionally, pilots can toggle street outlines on and off as needed to help with orientation.
One of the many potential applications for AR is the ability for the remote pilot-in-command to direct uniformed officers on the ground to the exact location of a suspect in hiding. This can be especially useful in complex urban environments and during night deployments.
Another use case is giving firefighters a clear picture of the specific buildings or structures that are affected (911 calls can often yield inaccurate or incomplete information) so they can effectively plan their approach on arrival.
We invite users to try out this new feature and we will continue to develop innovative drone technology to help first responders get eyes on a scene, gather situational awareness, and achieve better outcomes.
As always, we welcome any feedback to help us build the best DFR platform possible.