California, USA, Feb 20, 2021 – FlytNow support for iOS is finally here! FlytBase is excited to announce the release of the FlytNow drone video streaming and fleet management application for iPhones and iPads. Users can now connect their DJI Mavic Mini and other supported DJI drones to FlytNow Hub using iOS devices.
The FlytNow Mobile application acts as a link that enables internet connectivity on DJI drones.
Once connected to the mobile application, users can log on to the web-based dashboard,
FlytNow Hub, to monitor and control drone operations from anywhere in the world. So far, FlytNow Mobile was available only on Android devices for live video streaming and remote fleet management.
With the latest announcement of iOS support, users can now establish a connection to FlytNow Hub using iPads and iPhones.
The current release of the iOS application supports live video streaming, loudspeaker, spotlight and beacon controls via the mobile device. Users can also switch to thermal feed and change colour palettes for supported drones. Once connected to FlytNow Hub, users can fully automate their drone operations, from planning missions and pre-scheduling routine patrols to charging pad/drone box integrations. Businesses can also use third-party integrations with the FlytNow platform to build fully-automated solutions for security, public safety and delivery.
Join FlytBase for their hands-on webinar, as they demonstrate how to “Get started with
Remote Aerial Missions using FlytNow & SkyPort” on the 25th of February at 11:00 CST(18:00 CET). To register, please visit the following link:
Founded in 2016, FlytBase, Inc., a Silicon Valley company, has built the world’s first Internet of Drones (IoD) platform, providing drone agnostic software solutions to automate and scale drone operations. FlytBase offerings are compatible with major drone hardware platforms (e.g., DJI, Ardupilot, PX4) and come with SDKs, simulators, and APIs for reliable testing and seamless integration. FlytBase was a part of Cisco’s accelerator program and was recognised as the Grand Champion at the NTT Data’s Global Innovation Contest in 2019.