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UgCS Commander is a simple yet powerful tool designed to simultaneously manage multiple UAVs on automated missions.
How does it work?
The operator plans multiple routes in UgCS, each for a separate vehicle. In UgCS Commander the operator then assigns each route to a connected drone. Commander allows uploading and starting these routes simultaneously.
Drone connection to UgCS Commander works in the same way it does for normal UgCS: DJI drones are connected using an Android device running UgCS for DJI, other drones are connected either via radio datalinks or other means (Wi-Fi, etc.).
During the flight, it’s important to be able to view telemetry information from all vehicles. UgCS Commander displays this in a convenient dashboard so that the operator always knows the most critical drone parameters such as battery level, altitude, and speed.
It works alongside normal UgCS installation and supports most popular drones including DJI as well as other manufacturers and drones based on ArduPilot or PX4 platform. Any drone supported by UgCS can be also used with UgCS Commander.
Supports most popular UAV platforms including DJI M300, M600, M2X0, Inspire, Phantom series, Mavic series; Parrot and MAVLink-compatible drones (Pixhawk with ArduPilot/PX4). Discover UgCS supported drones and autopilots »»»
UgCS currently supports DJI: Matrice 300, Matrice 30, Mavic 3 Enterprise, Phantom 4/4 Pro, Phantom 3, Phantom 2, Inspire 2, Inspire 1/1 Pro/Raw, Mavic Pro, A3, N3, Matrice 600/600 Pro, Matrice 200/210/210RTK, Matrice 100, A2, Naza-M v2, WooKong-M, Vision2+, Ace One; Ardupilot, Px4and other MAVLink compatible multirotors, fixed wings and VTOLs; YUNEEC: H520; Mikrokopter; Micropilot; Microdrones; LockheedMartin: Kestrel, Indago.
UGCS SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
- Windows 7 with SP1 or later; Windows 8; Windows 10 / 64-bit
- Mac OS X Maverick 10.9 or later / 64-bit
- Ubuntu 16.04 LTS / 64-bit
- Graphics card with DirectX 9 support (shader model 2.0). Any card made since 2004 should work
- 2 GB of free space
- Core 2 Duo or Athlon X2 at 2.4 GHz
- TCP/IPv4 network stack
- Recommended RAM: 4GB or more
- Minimum supported screen resolution: 1024x768