DJI, global drone manufacturer, has announced that they are planning to update the map services for some of its drone flight apps. Operators are being asked to update their DJI apps to the latest version, or they may not be able to view the map correctly. The tech giant is urging operators to update their apps and remote controllers before November 25, 2022 in anticipation of the mapping services overhaul.
In DJI's Statement...
Below, is the complete list of products that will be affected by this overhaul:
|App||Version the app|
|DJI Pilot 2||v4.1.11||Matrice 300 RTK and Matrice 30 Series|
|DJI Pilot||v188.8.131.52||Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced, Mavic 2 Enterprise series, Phantom|
4 RTK, Matrice 200 series V2, Matrice 200 series, and Matrice 600
|v2.2.5||Phantom 4 RTK|
|DJI Fly||v1.6.8||DJI RC, DJI RC Pro, and DJI Smart Controller|
|v4.3.54||Matrice 200 series, DJI Smart Controller, Phantom 4 Pro V2+ remote|
controller with built-in screen
|DJI GO||v3.1.76||Matrice 600 series|
|DJI MG||v1.8.27||MG-1S series|
|DJI MG||v1.8.57||MG-1S Advanced|
Update: Firmware updates have begun to rollout to operators, we will update this article with links to updates in the table above (see version for link to applicable articles)