Updated: Nov 13
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.
There are 2 ways to export flight logs in Hammer.
Option #1: Manually Export Flight Logs
In Hammer, we make it extremely simple to extract and view flight logs from your device:
After flying a mission with Hammer, tap on the Settings wrench in the bottom right corner of the map screen.
Scroll all the way to the bottom to flight logs > tap Export. Your Flight logs will be zipped together into a folder called ‘HammerFlightLogs.zip’
Send this folder to your computer using AirDrop / Email. On your computer, unzip the folder, and you'll find the raw .txt files at your disposal.
Flight logs Export using Hammer
Option #2: Auto-Upload Flight Logs (Recommended)
1. To sync your flight logs with Hammer Hub, ensure you are logged in.
2. To sync your flight logs with AirData, first ensure you are logged in. Then tap on the wrench in the bottom right corner of the screen and Enter your AirData Token.
3. Your flight logs will now automatically be uploaded every time you launch the App and have internet access.
And that’s it! A simple way to export or auto upload your flight logs as it should be.
If you’d like to learn more about other missions supported in Hammer, please visit our mission guides.