Pre-flight checks



Parrot Bluegrass must be used in compliance with current local regulations. The flight locations must be compatible with the movements of the drone and must not endanger people, animals and property at any time.


• It may not be permitted to use Parrot Bluegrass in certain public places (e.g. train station, airport, etc.) or on the public highway.


• The pilot must maintain eye contact with Parrot Bluegrass at all times and keep control of its trajectory.


• Before you fly your Parrot Bluegrass, check the restrictions regarding the use of Wi-Fi frequencies at the flight location. Certain frequencies may be restricted or prohibited. For instance, in some countries the use of the 5 GHz band for your Wi-Fi may be prohibited in outdoor locations.




• Do not fly Parrot Bluegrass at night.


• Check the weather to ensure that the flying conditions and visibility are good. Do not use Parrot Bluegrass if it is raining, snowing, if there is fog or if the wind speed exceeds 8 meters per second or 30 km/h.


• Do not fly over water.


• Check that you have at least 10 meters of clearance around the planned takeoff and landing site of Parrot Bluegrass Check that the flight location has no obstacles that might interfere with the flight or prevent visual contact.


• Check that the flight altitude programmed in Pix4Dcapture (taken in relation to the take-off point) is adequate




• Make sure that Parrot Bluegrass has detected the GPS signal in FreeFlight Pro or Pix4Dcapture.


• Make sure that the propellers of Parrot Bluegrass are properly mounted and secured. • Make sure that the battery of Parrot Bluegrass is charged. • Make sure you are in a wide open space.


• Make sure that the set geo-fencing range is sufficient to complete the flight plan on Pix4Dcapture. PARROT SEQUOIA+ • Make sure that the lenses are clean. Use the microfiber cloth (supplied) to clean them.


• Free up enough memory (in the multispectral sensor internal memory) so you can save all the photos taken during the flight.

• Make sure that the two sensors are calibrated. For more information, see the Calibrate Sequoia section.

Update : 26/02/2019