Tracking Your Drone


Jimslaton
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I’ve got a DJI Spark and at 300-400ft altitude it is very difficult to see in the air even with a perfectly clear sky. Is there accessory or something that can be added to the drone to make it easier to see up in the sky? I know there are anti-collision strobes for civil twilight but I’m talking the middle of the day in bright sunlight.

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Hi @Jimslaton

Welcome to the UAV Coach Community Forum and congratulations on your purchase of a Spark! I fly a Phantom 4 Pro which is much larger than a spark and I still have a hard time seeing it sometimes when it is 300-400 feet up. I would recommend using a Lume Cube anti-collision light. They are very bright and should help increase the visibility of the drone even during the day. You can look here to see if this would be a good solution for you. 

I hope this helps!

 - Chase 

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  • 2 weeks later...

 Hello Anthony I had some questions about my drone it’s the DJI  Matice 210 RTK. The question is how do I get the  station to work right they show the greenlight but I’m not getting the reception that I shared the app I’m using a DJI Go app. It has a 3 modes on the drone and when I put on RTK the station does not work and it shows can’t fly? Can you  give me your expert opinion ?

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