Updated: May 25
Hammer is an adaptive flight automation platform the commercial drone industry. We support a large number of mission types on both mobile tablets through Hammer App and Desktop environments through Hammer Hub.
Whatever your use-case, Hammer can adapt to it.
To get started with your 14-Day trial, please follow the steps below:
1. Create Account On a Desktop computer, visit Hammer Hub to create a new account.
Hammer Hub — Create a free trial account
Note: Account creation might involve email verification.
2. Login to Hammer Hub
Once you have successfully created your account, login to Hammer Hub and create your first mission. Mission specific guides are available here.
Creating a mission in Hammer Hub
3. Edit & Simulate Mission
Once you’ve selected and created a mission, feel free to change the mission settings, add multiple missions, obstacles and finally simulate the mission.
4. Download Hammer App
With us so far? It’s time to download the Hammer App from the App Store.
Once downloaded, tap the settings gear in the bottom right corner:
Open the App > Settings > Scroll to Account Settings > Tap Login
Login to the Hammer App
5. Login to the Hammer App
Tap login and use the same username and password from Hammer Hub to login to the App.
6. Sync missions from the Hub
Once logged in, you can sync missions from the Hub by simply pressing the missions folder and tapping the cloud download icon.
7. Edit, simulate and fly mission
Feel free to edit the mission on your mobile device. You can also change all the parameters of the mission on the device itself, and re-simulate the mission.
8. Fly Mission
Once you’re happy with the mission setup and have simulated it, please connect your DJI drone and press play to fly the mission.
9. Battery Swaps
For more information on how to handle battery swaps, please visit battery swaps in Hammer.
10. Updates & Tutorials
And that’s it, 10 easy steps to get started with Hammer. For more information, please reach out to us at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to assist you. Happy flying!
— The Hammer Team