Lily Pre-Flight Checklist
Plan Your Flight
Follow all regulations for drone flight in your jurisdiction. In the U.S., these include:
Maintain visual sight of the drone at all times.Stay below 400 feet.Don’t fly over people.Don’t fly at night.
Plan your flight path to allow for obstacle avoidance if the drone automatically returns home at any time.
Ensure your flight path:
Does not include areas with strong electromagnetic interference, such as a cellular antenna or microwave dish.
Does not include a no-fly zone. Use an app like the FAA’s B4UFLY or a web source like AirMap to identify them: https://app.airmap.io/.
Ensure Your Drone is Ready to Fly
1. Calibrate the drone’s compass for your first flight as well as each time the take-off point changes.
2. Calibrate the Lily Next-Gen Remote Controller, if using, before each flight.
Batteries in the drone, controller, and phone are at full rated power.
Propeller arms are pulled out and latched securely in place.
Each propeller is securely attached and free of damage: not bent, scratched, nicked, etc.
Lenses on the optic flow camera and the front facing camera are clean.
Drone status indicator LEDs display green flashing (systems normal).