Uploading Flight Logs to AirData UAV

Overview

Every professional drone pilot understands the importance of having good quality post-flight logs at their disposal at all times.

They serve not only as analytical data to understand the events that unfolded during flight, but also as historical record of flights in compliance with regulations and predictive maintenance of onboard components & batteries.

How to configure log synchronization with AirData UAV

Since version 3.8.2 of Maven the automatic upload of flight logs to AirData UAV has been introduced
Configuration is very simple:

to start enter the flight logs section from the main screen of the app..

tap on settings…

enter your AirData upload token and that’s it

where retrieve the upload token

go to airdata.com and log in, the click on “My account”

click on Auto Upload Token

here you AirData Upload Token

If you are logged in on airdata.com you can just follow this link to go the Upload token page: https://app.airdata.com/main?a=account&apage_id=auto_upload_token

How upload Flight Logs to AirData.com

once your upload token is configured, simply tap the upload button to sync the desired logs with airdata.com

6 comments

  1. Ottimo ottimo aggiornamento come sempre. Volevo informarti quando si tenta di eliminare un registro l’applicazione si chiude e non mi consente di eliminarlo. Sto usando un iOS 14.7.1. saluti dal Costarica. perdona il mio cattivo italiano

  2. I am having a problem with my Mavic Air and someone on the Mavic pilots forum is trying to help me diagnose it. He has asked if Maven creates .DAT logs in addition to the flight logs. Can you tell me if they are created and if so, how do I access them?
    Thank you,
    Mark Sherman

    1. Hi,
      Maven does not create “.DAT” logs
      also “.TXT” log is not really created By Maven, the log is written by the DJI SDK (Maven is build on that)
      the log is encrypted by the sdk, and even us can read that, can be read by DJI or other third party service (like AIRDATA)
      anyway the “.TXT” log should have all information that you need.
      Let us know if you need futher information, at info@mavenpilot.com

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