Astro
Compact Industrial Platform
The Astro section of the Freefly Public wiki is being deprecated! This version of the wiki will no longer be usable after October 7th, 2022. Please follow this link to the Astro Public wiki for improved organization, searchability, and content. https://freefly.gitbook.io/astro-public/
Astro is a compact professional multi-rotor aircraft designed for enterprise, industrial, and cinematic applications. Astro is built on the success of the Alta family of aircraft and includes new technologies like Auterion Skynode and Freefly SuperLight Batteries.
Astro is the next generation of Freefly aircraft. Astro emphasizes expandability and customization to make sure it can stand up to all challenges thrown its way, while still being the reliable workhorse drone that Freefly pilots know and love.
The Pilot's Operating Handbook describes complete operation of aircraft and flight control systems. Read and understand this manual before operating Astro.
This handbook is not a substitute for adequate flight training. Training requirements can vary when operating in different countries or under different flight conditions. Always consult local regulations before flying Astro. In areas where there are no flight training requirements, it is the sole determination of the pilot-in-command as to whether he or she has the appropriate level of training or experience for a given flight. Always set and adhere to personal minimums and fly within your own capabilities.
Describes maintenance schedule and various maintenance procedures.

This is a menu of Astro building blocks that enable various customer workflows. Astro works with a huge variety of payloads and accessories and this section gives an overview of these building blocks, as well as example configurations and application notes for common use-cases.
Performance specs along with all the resources needed to build accessories and payloads that work with Astro.

Throughout this wiki, Warnings, Cautions, and Notes are used to highlight various important points. These are defined as follows:
‌Warnings are used to highlight procedures which, if not strictly observed, may result in personal injury.
Cautions are used to highlight procedures which, if not strictly observed, may cause damage to equipment.
Notes are used to highlight specific operating conditions, usability tips and tricks or steps of a procedure.

If you have questions about Astro, please contact Freefly Support.
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