Drones are one trend that refuses to die. Over the years, the demand for equipment has risen considerably. Everyone wishes to own one and fly one. However, sometimes it is not as easy as it sounds.
Think about it. What will you do if you get your DJI Drone today only to discover that you can’t fly it outside owing to the weather? We know what you are thinking- fly it indoors right? Well, before you do so, you must ensure that you are a pro at flying a DJI Drone. After all, there is a lot of risks involved in flying a drone inside your house. It can cause both damages and injuries.
However, if you are set on the idea of flying your drone inside and believe that you can adept to do so, here are some tips that might come in handy.
Select your drone carefully
The first thing you must ensure is that your drone is the right one to be flown inside the house. The smaller the drone is, the lesser will be the risk of flying it indoors. However, if you only fly DJI drones, know that they are considerably larger and hence riskier to fly indoors. Among the DJI range, DJI Mavic is a suitable option for flying indoors.
Take your time and practice
Flying indoors is considerably harder than flying outdoors. To do so without damage, you must take your time and practice. Start slow and slowly build up. Since mostly GPS doesn’t work indoors, it is advised that you first learn to fly in the ATTI mode before taking your drone for an indoor spin.
Start by flying for short periods in small spaces. Make sure the surrounding doesn’t have anything that can be damaged by the drone. Once you master it, you can begin flying in other parts of your house as well.
There are various features included in a drone that ensure safety. Learn all the safety features. This ensures that when the drone signals obstacle avoidance warning, you know what to do.
Prepare the room
It is your job to ensure that nothing gets damaged and no one gets hurt during the process. To do so, you must prepare the room beforehand. Let your family know that you will be flying your drone in a given room. Make sure your pets are out of harm’s way. Remove any furniture that acts as an obstacle for your drone. If they can’t be removed, at least move them to a side. Observe all the hanging fixtures and lights of the room so that you know how to avoid them.
Also, remember that you can’t fly the drone too close to the ceiling or the ground. If you do so, the drone will get unstable. So, maintain a fair distance from the ground and the roof.
Use these tips to fly your drone inside your house. Be careful when doing so.