FlyFreely can sync your uploaded DJI logs for later assignment to relevant missions.
The FlyFreely platform supports several methods of flight log synchronization, according to the requirements of the user. For general information, comparison and instructions on utilizing the other methods, please see this article.
Note: The DJI cloud sync method is only available on Business or above subscription types. See our pricing page for more information.
Uploading Log Files from DJI apps
DJI Go 4
If you're using the Go 4 mobile app, you'll need to manually synchronize your flight records each time you want them to upload.
See the video below for instructions:
The newer 'DJI Fly' app makes synchronization easier, as it's possible to set automatic syncing from within the app.
See the below video for instructions:
Synchronizing with FlyFreely
Once you've set up cloud sync in the relevant app, you can enter your account details in Fly Freely to start automatic downloads into the platform.
For full instructions on this part of the setup, see the below video:
DJI Account Organisation
When utilising our DJI flight log syncing, there are 3 options:
- Each user has their own DJI account (recommended)
- Each RPA has it's own DJI account
- Generic organisation-wide DJI account
Each setup has advantages and disadvantages, as summarised below.
Each remote pilot has their own DJI account
Pro: Easy to identify which pilot each log belongs to, as the email is shown on the flight log screen.
Con: Pilots need to ensure they log in and out of their DJI accounts every time they operate.
Pro: The account can remain logged in on each controller.'
Con: Difficult to differentiate when multiple pilots are flying on a single mission.
Pro: Only one set of login information to keep track of.
Con: May get confusing in organisations with many pilots, or very frequent flight operations.
If you run into any problems while setting up your flight log syncing, please reach out to us at email@example.com for assistance.