You will need to sign in with the credentials that you registered online.

Click on “Create fence” and select what type of Geo-fence you would like. Typically, “Walls” allows for more precise control of the flight area whereas Circles offers a quick set up.

Locations can be established through the Cape Web Portal. Locations are a way of keeping the TO informed of the drone’s launch location.

Once signed in you will be entered into Create Mode. Create Mode allows the Drone Tech to create and modify multiple Geo-fences in the selected location. Once you have finished click “Next” to continue.

  • Battery- This indicates the level of charge in the drones battery. It is very important to monitor this charge level throughout the course of the flight. The drone will begin its auto return to home (RTH) when the battery get less than 35%.

  • Altitude- Drone’s height relative to launch point measured in meters. This is not a measurement of the drone’s height relative to sea-level. This number can go negative should you ever fly the drone lower than the launch point.

  • Signal Strength-  Indicates the strength of the connection between the drone and the Drone Tech’s remote control. A low reading on this gauge could mean black frames or pixelated video feed.

  • Web Video- Indicates the quality of the video feed that the TO is seeing on the computer. A low reading means that the network of the DT or the network of the TO is insufficient for a quality connection.

  • GPS Signal- Indicates the quality of the connection to GPS satellites. Quality connection to GPS is critical for operations.

  • Storage space- Shows how much space you have available on the SD card that has been inserted in the drone’s camera.

  • Recording- Let’s you know if video is being saved to the SD card. Recording will automatically start at the beginning of sessions if there is space available.


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