Overview Establishing return behaviors for your drone is a critical pre-flight safety precaution that ensures a safe return flight and landing. When a return is triggered, either manually or autonomously, Skydio will ascend to the user-specified height before beginning the return flight. You can customize this return height, and other return settings to ensure that no obstacles, people, or animals will be in the return pathway of your drone. Obstacle avoidance remains present when Skydio 2/2+...

Overview Easily design perfect cinematic shots with the KeyFrame skill. Set up your sequence by adding keyframes and adjusting the camera framing at each keyframe. Repeat, reverse, speed up or slow down your sequence and watch as Skydio autonomously flies your custom flight path. KeyFrame does not rely on GPS and uses the visual navigation system of your Skydio drone. In-Depth Step 1 - Select the KeyFrame skill Navigate to Flight Skills > Cinematic > KeyFrame Step 2 - Add keyf...

Overview There are three sets of flight skills that are accessible on the Skydio Enterprise App, General, Cinematic, and One-Shot. All of the skills are accessed during flight in the Skills Menu. Obstacle avoidance is maintained in all skills. General Skills Cinematic Skills One-Shot Skills   Skydio 2/2+ Enterprise Features FEATURE DESCRIPTION KEY BENEFITS Close Proximity Obstacle Avoidance Standard: 34 inches (86 cm) between your Skydio 2/2+ and any obstacle Close: 11 inc...

Overview There are three sets of skills that are available on the Skydio 2/2+ Enterprise App, General, Cinematic, and One-Shot. All of the skills are accessed during flight in the Skills menu. Obstacle avoidance settings are maintained in all skills. General Skills Manual Traditional flying experience using Skydio Enterprise App on-screen controls or the Skydio Controller.     Orbit Point Rotate around a user-selected point-of-interest in either a clockwise or counter-clockwise...

Overview There are three sets of flight skills that are accessible on the Skydio Enterprise App, General, Cinematic, and One-Shot. All of the skills are accessed during flight in the Skills Menu. Obstacle avoidance is maintained in all skills. Cinematic Skills   Motion Track Skydio 2/2+ will track a subject from a specified angle relative to the subject’s direction of motion, such as from the front, side, or behind. The default skill for subject tracking. Step 1 - Launch Skydio 2/2+ a...

Overview There are three sets of skills that are available on the Skydio 2/2+ Enterprise App, General, Cinematic, and One-Shot. All of the skills are accessed during flight in the Skills menu. Obstacle avoidance settings are maintained in all skills. One-Shot Skills Quick Steps   Dronie Skydio 2/2+ flies up and away from a tracked subject or location to reveal the landscape. Step 1 - Select a subject to track Step 2 - Select Start Dronie to initiate a 3-second countdown Select setting...

Overview Battery indicator messaging displays how much battery you have available for flight, how much battery capacity available for a return trip, and how much battery is required to land. Percentage displays the raw battery percentage available for flight When battery capacity has less than two minutes of flight time available for landing the indicator will change to a countdown When battery capacity is zero the indicator will change to an alert symbol and the drone wi...

Overview Obstacle Avoidance is the autonomous task of maneuvering around static objects such as buildings, mountains, and trees.    Navigate through tight spaces and up-close inspection of detailed assets with obstacle avoidance modes: Standard - 34 inches (86 cm) between your Skydio 2/2+ and any obstacle Close - 11 inches (28 cm) between your Skydio 2/2+ and any obstacle Minimal - 4 inches (10 cm) between your Skydio 2/2+ and any obstacle Disabled - obstacles avoidance is disabled Obs...

Overview The lights provide information about Skydio 2/2+ status, orientation, and heading while on the ground and in flight. The lights are intended to communicate information and are not meant for illumination. Quick Steps To Enable RGB Navigation lights: Step 1 - Select Device settings   Step 2 - Select Drone settings Step 3 - Select Lights    Step 4 - Toggle RGB              enabled or disabled Enabled Red - two in front framing camera  Green - one in the rear Blue - ...