Our caller, Brendan is an architect who is using his Phantom 4 Pro to measure the height of a building. For this, Brendan is currently relying on the altitude displayed in the app. However, is the altitude displayed in your drone app accurate? Is it better to use drone mapping for making sure measurements?
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01:14 – Today’s question is about using your drone to measure the height of the building
04:10 – Is the altitude displayed on your drone accurate?
06:02 – Can you use drone mapping to get accurate Z-axis measurements and measure the height of the building?