LightHouse 3 for Raymarine Axiom systems offers fully integrated control of select DJI Mavic drones.
Every boater has wished for a birds-eye view of their surroundings at some time. That wish has finally been granted with Raymarine’s Axiom UAV application that bring together the power of advanced marine electronics and advanced Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs.)
The Axiom UAV app automates many common tasks including launch, airborne imaging, in-flight navigation, and return-to boat. Fishing and cruising boats alike can greatly benefit from having this added aerial imaging platform integrated onboard their Axiom navigation display.
The Axiom UAV app is compatible with the following DJI models:
•DJI Mavic Pro (Requires LightHouse 3.6 or higher)
•DJI Mavic Pro Platinum (Requires LightHouse 3.6 or higher)
•DJI Mavic 2 (Requires LightHouse 3.9 or higher)
•DJI Mavic 2 Zoom (Requires LightHouse 3.9 or higher)
Note: Raymarine’s Axiom UAV app has not been certified for use with any other models of DJI drones including Spark, Mavic Air or Mavic Mini. Raymarine is dedicated to continuous product improvement, so additional models may be added in the future. The latest edition of the LightHouse 3 Advanced Operating Handbook will always have the most up-to-date listing of compatible drone models.
Axiom UAV works with all Axiom, Axiom Pro and Axiom XL family multifunction displays. Download direct-to-MFD over Wi-Fi, or visit our software updates section to upgrade.
The Axiom UAV app offers multiple options to control the Mavic Pro in flight. In addition to the automatic flight modes, Axiom UAV also offers virtual on-screen joysticks for manual flight. You can also take control at any time with the DJI Mavic Pro joystick controller.
Free your drone from your tiny Smartphone screen. Shoot video and take still images saved to Mavic’s onboard memory card.
Recall your UAV to the boat with a single touch. The UAV will return to the boat and then hover at a programmable safe altitude and distance. Once the crew is ready, the pilot will then manually make a safe recovery and landing.