To answer the needs of the commercial and emergency service sectors, pilots will be able to set up private groups to live stream to (and those viewers will receive a push notification when streaming begins).
The stream itself will allow viewers to communicate via a messenger to the pilot (received in the form of a notification banner above the DJI Go app). Other features include a map and battery life indicator the pilot can choose to share with viewers, with the ability to download the stream to your device once its finished.
The hobbyist will be able to enjoy the same features but most of all make great use of the public streams via a 'news feed' style format, in addition to being able to follow their favourite pilots.
Have feedback or suggestions? Please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing your stunning live streams!
Pilots are urged to fly within the confines of the law, and follow the drone code. For more information of flying drones safely visit:
Other: contact your countries aviation regulatory body to be clear on the safety rules.
Dronestream reserve the right to cancel your subscription and remove your account if it has been reported to us that you are in clear violation of these rules.
Streams & App Data
Under no circumstances will Dronestream (Drone-i) share any data with 3rd parties (including but not limited to the live streams) that users provide through the app without direct permission. The only data open to the public will be that published by the user via publics streams, profile info/picture, messages and ability to save streams.
The app data itself is stored via Amazon Web Services (AWS) that provide secure cloud storage. For further detail on the tech stacks used, and concerns regarding data security please do get in touch at email@example.com.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.