MAV Pilot 1.2 released

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What’s New in Version 1.2

– Fix Guided Mode for 3DR Solo
– Add Guided Mode Annotation
– Connect instantly on app start-up
– Support DNS names for connections
– Auto update HOME position on arming vehicle
– Add guided mode for plane
Bug Fixes

MAV Pilot for iPhone 1.2 is now available for download from the App Store.

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5 thoughts on “MAV Pilot 1.2 released

  1. Hi Bill,

    I’ve seen you stated there will be no Blutooth support fir Mav Pilot as the BT range is to short.

    Now, other systems like DragonLink v3 Advanced have a BT connection and they are talking Mavlink. So BT-Support would be a pretty cool thing to have in Mav Pilot imho!

    all the best,


  2. Hello,

    I’m new to the forum and in the Quadcopter world. I have been playing with RC models a long time ago.
    I’m French so my English is not perfect.
    I have now an APM 2.6 board (And will assemble that very soon in my DIY “Iris like” quadcopter.) working actually with a Naze32.
    I just got an 3dr Telemetry 433Mhz.

    So :
    If i understand everything, to make the App Work i need to send the signal from the Telemetry ground station to the iPad/iPhone with Wifi ?

    Is this kind of product compatible ? 433MHZ Radio

    I couldn’t see any Youtube video showing how to. (i will try to make one when i will get all the process in hand).
    The only video I saw was a kid with a remote control Car and it was some latency.
    At least 1 or 2 sec with is quite a lot for a quadcopter.

    Is there any latency, In general ?
    Is there a way to make a wire connection ?
    By cutting a lightning cable and plugin it to the iPad.
    If your App allows to do that I would like to give a try ?

    Thank you for your answer

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