We’ve listened to your feedback and are excited to share a number of new features for the AirMap web application, including flight planning and LAANC flight authorization capabilities. Previously, flight planning was available only on the AirMap for Drones Mobile App.
Now you can plan your flight route and receive LAANC authorizations across all AirMap branded platforms—on your computer as well as on mobile and tablet. For a refresher on LAANC for U.S. users, review our webinar on how to use AirMap to request authorization in controlled airspace. To date, AirMap processes more FAA LAANC authorizations than any other UAS Service Supplier (USS).
Additionally, new features specific to the web app include:
3D Flight Plan Visualization
The AirMap web app now features 3D flight plan visualizations, enabling users to visualize the radius and altitude of their flight plans to view and adjust missions more dynamically.
Video: Flight Planning with 3D visualization in the AirMap Web App
Enhanced Flight Plan Mapping Options
The web interface allows users to draw flight plans using a mouse for greater flight planning granularity.
Flight Plan Duplication
Web users now have the ability to duplicate past flight plans. First log in, then navigate to Flights > Past Flights and select a previous flight to create a new flight plan with the same flight specifications.
Video: Duplicate past flight plans in the AirMap Web App
We will continue to release more features and expanded functionality to the AirMap web app in the future. Try out flight planning for your next mission on the AirMap web app below.