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The latest version of DJI Ground Station Pro (2.0) now supports the detailed logging for AirData.

Please follow the instructions below to upload these log files.

 



iOS Instructions



  1. After flying, click on the Home button in DJI GS PRO app.







  2. In Ground Station, click on "FlightLog" to see the list of your flights records
    Click the flight icon (on the top right corner) to download.







  3. Click "Select All" or just select the flights you would like to download.







  4. Once flights are selected, click the export icon.







  5. In the pop-up window select "Web Server".







  6. Type the URL address in the browser on your desktop. For example from the screenshot below: http://192.168.22.126/ (don't use this example - as your address will be different)

    Note: If the URL shows as "(null)", you could share the log file via email instead: Go back to step 5 above, choose "System Standard Share", then "Mail", and continue to step 8.







  7. Open the URL in your desktop PC browser (the screenshot below shows an example), you will see the web interface created by the DJI GSPro app.

    Click the "Download All" button. This will download a zip file containing all the logs files.

    Unzip it and save your log files in a folder that you can later find.

    Here is an example of what the unzipped files should look like: DJIFlightRecord_2018-11-15_[11-15-07].txt








  8. Once your flight logs are saved on your computer, go to https://app.airdata.com/main?a=upload to upload them to Airdata.







  9. Drag and drop your flights into the drop box area or click and select them from the pop-up window.









  10. Then click on "Upload Flights" to upload them to Airdata.







  11. Once uploaded, click on "Continue to flights" to view them.





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B Bakker
Posted 3 months ago
what a horrible system to download the files. why not the same way as with litchi?
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Trevor Hall
Posted 3 months ago
Hello, thanks for the feedback. Unfortunately, the method by which AirData receives GS Pro flight logs was implemented by DJI, and we understand that manually uploading flight logs may not be as efficient as auto-sync. However, we are currently working to simplify the process of uploading GS Pro with our iOS AirData app. Please stay tuned!

Best,
Trevor
AirData Support Team