This video will show you how to use the new coach mode in your DJI GO app. Coach mode allows the slave controller to control aircraft movement while the master can take control of the aircraft in case of an emergency, greatly reducing risk during training. Using coach mode. We’ll use the inspire 1 as an example. In the DJI Go app connect a master and slave remote controller. The master remote controller controls the aircraft. While the slave controller controls the pitch and yaw of the gimbal. With the master controller go to remote controller settings and enable coach mode. Now the slave controller can control aircraft movement not just gimbal movement. However you can still rotate the gimbal dial to adjust the gimbal’s pitch. During flight the master controller can still control aircraft’s movement. The salve controller can control aircraft movement only when there are no buttons being pressed and both sticks are centered on the master remote controller.
You can select a coach stick code on the slave controller. Be this in mind and make sure the trainee have chosen their preferred mode before flight. After the drone flight training is complete disable coach mode under remote controller settings on the master remote controller’s DJI Go app. Please note the following: Firmware on the master and salve remote controller should be the same. Coach mode is not available in version of DJI earlier than 2.8.3 for IOS or 2.8.2 for Android. When the coach stick mode for the slave remote controller has been changed, the setting won’t change when coach mode is disabled. In coach mode the slave remote controller’s signal is sent by the master remote controller to the drone so the master and slave remote controller shouldn’t be far from one another. When multiple slave remote controllers are connected, at most 6, the first connected slave remote controller can be used to control the aircraft.