- No-Fly zones
UgCS comes with in-built No-Fly zones around all major airports. In UgCS you are able to create your own No-Fly zones. UgCS allows you to set the limits - how far and how high you want to allow the drone to fly.
No-Fly zones - airport registry
UgCS comes with in-build no-fly zones for all major airports. Since all airports have a restricted flight zone when drones are not allowed for obvious reasons, this makes it safe to plan flights when not sure about the surroundings since the flight path will automatically be calculated around the no-fly zone. Airport no-fly zones can be disabled in UgCS ENTERPRISE.
No-Fly zones - custom zones
The option to create own custom no-fly zones is avaliable for all UgCS Licence types, except UgCS OPEN. This allows you to specify regions where flights are prohibited, thus enabling you to automatically calculate missions around these areas and making sure that the drone does not enter them while on an automated flight.
Fly zone limits for routes
In UgCS it is enabled to set boundaries for the flights starting from the first waypoint. This allows you to make sure that the drone does not fly too far away or higher than desired and allowed by local laws. In UgCS OPEN the default restriction for flights is 500m from the first waypoint and 120m AGL. In UgCS ONE, UgCS PRO and UgCS ENTERPRISE these restrictions can be removed and set any desired values.