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DJI FlightHub Enterprise
User Guide
2019.03
v1.0
Contents
Disclaimer and Warning
1
Profile
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Preparation
1
Configuration Requirements
1
Installing FlightHub Enterprise to the Server
2
Getting the License
4
Using the FlightHub Management Center
4
Logging in to FlightHub Enterprise
5
Usage
2
5
Overview
5
Team Management
6
Mission Planning
7
Using the DJI Pilot PE App to Bind Devices
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Operations Management
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Disclaimer and Warning
Congratulations on purchasing your new DJITM product. The information in this document affects
your safety and your legal rights and responsibilities. Read this entire document carefully to
ensure proper configuration before use. Failure to read and follow instructions and warnings in this
document may result in serious injury to yourself or others, damage to your DJI product, or damage
to other objects in the vicinity. This document and all other collateral documents are subject to
change at the sole discretion of DJI.
Please read this statement and the terms of use in DJI FLIGHTHUBTM before using it. By using this
product, you hereby signify that you have read this disclaimer and warning carefully and that you
understand and agree to abide by the terms and conditions herein. You agree that you are solely
responsible for your own conduct while using this product, and for any consequences thereof. You
agree to use this product only for purposes that are proper and in accordance with all applicable
laws, rules, and regulations, and all terms, precautions, practices, policies, and guidelines DJI has
made and may make available.
DJI accepts no liability for damage, injury or any legal responsibility incurred directly or indirectly
from the use of this product. The user shall observe safe and lawful practices including, but not
limited to, those set forth in this document.
Notwithstanding the above, your statutory rights under applicable national legislation are not
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Profile
DJI FlightHub Enterprise is a comprehensive drone management platform that enables users to
deploy and manage their commercial drone operations within their private organizational network. It
provides users with the capability to oversee live operations, manage flight data, manage fleets and
pilots, and effectively plan operations.
NOTE: Drones should be bound to FlightHub Enterprise using the DJI Pilot PE app. The maximum
quantity is 10. Contact a DJI authorized dealer to add more drones.
Preparation
Configuration Requirements
Please follow the instructions below to configure your settings:
Private cloud server: Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS operating system, administrator account and
password, ROOT permission, and SSH service.
Software: FTP software such as FileZilla, remote server administration tool such as PuTTY.
Computer: Physical host or cloud host.
Recommended Browser: IE10 or above, Chrome 55 or above, Safari 10.0 or above, Firefox latest
version.
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Mobile device: 7.85 inch CrystalSky or any other Android devices (V5.0 or above).
Network connection: We recommended using a built-in 4G card or mobile data hotspot for network
connection.
Supported aircraft: Matrice 200 Series V2, Matrice 200 Series, Matrice 600 Series, Inspire 2, Mavic
Pro, Mavic 2 Enterprise, Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual, Phantom 4, Phantom 4 Advanced (excluding
Phantom 4 Advanced+), and Phantom 4 Pro (excluding Phantom 4 Pro+).
Installing FlightHub Enterprise to the Server
FlightHub Enterprise uses the following ports on the server.
FlightHub Enterprise webpage: 80 port (http) / 443 port (https)
FlightHub Management Center: 19090 port
Webpage live: 1935 port
1. Download the installation package for FlightHub Enterprise at
https://www.dji.com/flighthub/info#downloads.
2. Import the installation package to the server.
a. Open FileZilla. Click File > Site Manager > New Site, then input the Host (the IP address of the
server), User (the administrator account), and Password, and click Connect to log in.
b. Copy the installation package to a desired directory on the server (/home/dji used as an
example in the following text).
3. Unzip the installation package.
a. Open PuTTY, input the IP address and port (should be 22 port) of the server, and click Open.
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b. Input the account and password in the operation interface by following the onscreen instructions.
c. Input su root and press Enter, and then input the ROOT password to get the ROOT permission.
d. Input cd ~/home/dji and press Enter, and then input ls and press Enter to check if the
installation package is imported. (Text after the symbol ~ is the directory the package stored.)
e. Input tar –xvf XXXX.tar and press Enter to unzip the file (XXXX refers to the file name).
f. Input cd flighthub_srs_virtual and press Enter to enter the folder the package stored.
g. Input ./webinstal and press Enter to execute the installation command. An IP address will
be displayed.
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4. Open the browser and follow the instructions below to finish installation.
a. Input the IP address from the PuTTY interface to the address bar to enter the installation page.
b. Input the installation directory (default is /opt/flighthub which is used in the following text), and
then click Installing.
c. Click Go to FlightHub Management Center to activate the product, check logs and license,
and configure the settings.
5. An authorization code is required to enter the FlightHub Management Center. The default code
is 074fd28e! . It is recommended to refer to the section Using the FlightHub Management Center
to change it as long as the installation is finished. In case a user forgets the code, it can be
changed in PuTTY as follows:
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a. Log in the server, and input cd /opt/flighthub to enter the installation directory.
b. Input vi flighthub.cfg to enter the vi editor.
c. Press A key on the keyboard to enter editing mode, indicated by —— INSTERT —— on the lower
left corner.
Move the cursor to the position of “export DASHBOARD_AUTH=” using the arrow keys on the
keyboard. Then change the text after the symbol = to a new authorization code.
Press Esc key to exit editing mode, press Shift and ; keys simultaneously, and then input wq
and press Enter to save the changes and exit.
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Getting the License
1. Go to the Home page of the FlightHub Management Center, click Download Activation
Application File, and save the file.
2. Visit the convert website (https://www.dji-flighthub.com/peconvert ) to convert a license using the
activation application file and the convert code from the dealer. The license will be sent to the
user’s email address.
3. Activate the product in the FlightHub Management Center.
Using the FlightHub Management Center
Enter the FlightHub Management Center after installation. Users can also enter the center by
clicking the menu on the upper right corner on the FlightHub Enterprise webpage after logging in.
Activation
In the Home page, click Upload Activation Licence for activation. The validity period and supported
functions will be shown after successful activation.
Docker
In the Home page, make sure that the status of all the services in Docker section displays Running.
Otherwise, click Re-activate and wait for it to be Running.
Log & License
View the logs and license records in the corresponding page.
Settings
Live Stream IP Address
Click Edit to set the address.
Setting Auth
Click Edit to change the authorization code of the FlightHub Management Center.
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Logging in to FlightHub Enterprise
An administrator account should be created for first-time use. After this, users can enter the login
page after inputting the server IP address.
1. Input the server IP address in the browser’s address bar to enter the initial configuration page.
2. Input an account and password, and click OK to create the administrator account.
3. Enter the login page, input the administrator account, password, and verification code to log in.
Usage
Overview
1
2
Live Operations
Team
Member
Data Statistics
3
Mission Planning
4
Team Management
5
6
Device Maintenance
7
Resource Management
Device
Administrator
+
Team1 (2/10)
Team1-1
Phantom 4
Phantom 4 Pro
Mavic 2 Enterprise
Team1-2
Inspire 2
Pilot
Memeber1
Team
Aircraft
Team1
Phantom 4
36%
Altitude
Speed
Status
Live
34m
6m/s
In Flight
Battery Level
GPS
22.56849 ,133.52187
Warning
1. Live Operation
If live function is enabled in the DJI Pilot PE app, click
for the desired aircraft to see aircraft
real-time location and live videos. Up to four aircraft location and video feeds are supported on
each webpage at the same time.
2. Data Statistics
Flight Logs & Statistics: View team or member flight logs regarding flight time, positioning, and
tracking. A search function is also supported. If FlightHub Enterprise is not launched when using
the DJI Pilot PE app during flight, users can synchronize the data from the app to FlightHub
Enterprise and view in this page.
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Media: View live videos, photos and videos from the aircraft.
3. Mission Planning
Click to plan Waypoints or Mapping missions.
4. Team Management
Team creation, team leader assignment, and pilot invitations are available. Administrators can
edit pilot information, change permissions, and delete pilots.
NOTE: One pilot can be added to only one team, but each team can have more than one team
leader.
5. Device Maintenance
After the aircraft is connected to the DJI Pilot PE app, the app will synchronize the aircraft and
battery status to FlightHub Enterprise, enabling users to view on this page. Users will receive a
prompt on the FlightHub Enterprise interface if maintenance is required. Follow the Maintenance
Manual to ensure smooth running of your devices and operations.
6. Resource Management
This is only available for administrators. First, visit FlightHub File Transfer Portal at https://transfer.dji.com,
log in with a DJI account, and download the aircraft firmware. Then go to FlightHub Enterprise for
resource management.
Firmware management: After getting the aircraft firmware, users can upload the firmware, select
the members that each firmware is visible to. The selected members will be informed with the
firmware update information to update the corresponding firmware.
7. Menu options
Account: View account information, change password, configure login UI display, and view
operation records and legal terms.
FlightHub Management Center: Enter the center for related operations.
Language: Change the display language.
Log Out: Log out of the account in use.
Team Management
There are there levels of authority: Administrator, Captain, and Pilot.
Administrators are in charge of the FlightHub Enterprise account, and their authorization cannot be
changed. They can invite new captains and pilots to join.
Captains have permission to access the FlightHub Enterprise platform and invite new pilots to join.
Their authorization can be changed.
Pilots have no authorization to access the FlightHub Enterprise platform. Pilots can execute
missions, enable live function, upload flight data, bind devices and view team information in the DJI
Pilot PE app.
Creating Teams
Only administrators can create teams.
On the Team Management page, click “+” on the Team tab that is located toward the left of the
screen, input team name, select parent team, and click Done.
The team is a first level team when its parent team is set to Not Selected. Secondary and tertiary
teams can be created under a first level team.
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Create Team
Live Operations
Team
Member
Data Statistics
Device
Team Management
Device Maintenance
Resource Mana
Pleae input the team name
+
Administrator
Mission
TeamPlanning
Name
Parent Team
Team1 (2/10)
Team1
Team1-1
Cancel
Phantom 4
Done
Phantom 4 Pro
Mavic 2 Enterprise
Creating Members
Team1-2
Pilot
Team
Team1
Memeber1
Only administrators
create members.
Inspire can
2
1. On the Team Management page, click the Member tab toward the left of the screen, andAltitude
select Speed
34m
6m/s
the team where the member should be appointed to.
GPS
2. Click Create Member toward the right of the screen. To create members manually, input
the
22.56849
,133.52187
account, name, and password. To import member information from an excel file, download the
template, fill in, and import it.
Create Member
Create Manually
Import from Excel
Account
Enter member account
Warning
Create Member
Name
Create Manually
Enter nickname
Import from Excel
Name the Excel file in the following format.
Password
Download Template
Enter password
Cancel
Done
Cancel
Import
Management
On the Team tab, click
toward the right of the screen to delete or edit the teams and members.
It is also possible to add members and devices on this page.
Mission Planning
FlightHub Enterprise provides Waypoints and Mapping mission planning.
On the Mission Planning page, click the desired team toward the left of the screen, and select
mission type to view the created missions. Click
on the upper right corner of each mission to
edit, copy or delete it. Click Create to enter planning procedure.
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S
E
Change start point
POI
Clear all waypoints
Enter flight route name
Cancel
Save
Flight Route
Distance
Waypoints
Estimated Duration
5346 m
25 m 3 s
Waypoints
Number of Photos
7
10
S
Speed
8m/s
Altitude
50m
Aircraft Yaw
Follow Flight Route
云台控制:
Configure Each Waypoint
任务结束动作:
Hover
1. Click on the map to add a waypoint or boundary point of an area.
2. Edit point:
Click any point to select it, and it will change color from white to blue. Drag the point to change
the area shape or flight path. Add a new point between points by clicking on the map.
Other operations can also be performed via the buttons below:
: Change start point — Click to swap the start and endpoints to reverse the flight path.
: POI — This button will be displayed only in Waypoints mission. Click to enable the POI
function and a POI will be displayed on the map. Drag to adjust its position. When the POI
function is enabled, the aircraft yaw can be set to towards POI so that the aircraft nose points at
the POI during the mission. Tap this icon again to disable the POI function.
S
E
: Clear all waypoints — Tap to clear all the added points in this mission.
3. Set each item in the parameter setting list on the right screen. The settings vary according to
different mission types.
Waypoints mission: Flight Route settings are applied to the entire route, including aircraft speed,
altitude, yaw, gimbal control, and end task action. Waypoints settings are applied to the selected
point, including aircraft height, yaw, gimbal tilt, aircraft rotation direction, and waypoint action.
Click Tap “<” or “>” to switch to the previous or next waypoint. Click Delete Waypoint to delete
the selected waypoint. Input value in the text boxes for longitude and latitude or click the arrow
buttons on the right to adjust the waypoint position.
Mapping mission: Basic Settings include aircraft altitude, speed, and end task action. Advanced
Settings include overlap ratio, course angle, margin, and relative altitude.
4. Input the mission name in the text box on top of the page and save it.
Using the DJI Pilot PE App to Bind Devices
Downloading and Installing DJI Pilot PE
Scan the QR code to download and install the app to your mobile device.
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The DJI Pilot PE app supports Android 5.0 or later.
Binding Your Device
1. Tap Log In to Private Server in the DJI Pilot PE app.
2. Input IP address of the configured FlightHub server, as well as the username and password of a
captain or pilot to log in.
3. Tap
on the lower right corner and enter FlightHub Settings.
4. Enable FlightHub Data Sync, tap Bind and select a team.
5. On the homepage, both status of the FlightHub Data Sync and Bind Aircraft are green, indicating
that the FlightHub server connection and aircraft binding are in good condition, and users can
check the online status of the aircraft on the FlightHub Enterprise webpage.
Operations Management
DJI Pilot PE App Operations
Enabling Live View
1. Go to Manual Flight on the app, tap
select Live Stream Platform.
on the upper right corner >
> Live Stream, and
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2. The Live view icon will be displayed on the screen to show the current live status. Tap to view the
detailed information, adjust bit rate, and end live view.
Make sure that the uplink network speed is no less than 4 MB/s when live view is enabled.
The blue live view icon is for smooth signal transmission and red is for poor signal quality.
Users can set the lower live view bit rate to improve video fluency in case of poor signal
quality.
Planning Missions
1. Go to Mission Flight on the app. On the Library tab, tap Create Waypoints and select Waypoints
to enter mission planning.
2. Tap on the map to add waypoints, then configure route and waypoints settings. The procedures
are similar to those on the FlightHub Enterprise webpage.
Executing Missions
Go to Mission Flight on the app, and follow the instructions below.
1. On the Library or FlightHub tab, tap the desired mission.
NOTE: Make sure that the app is connected to the FlightHub Enterprise server when using the
missions on the FlightHub tab.
2. Confirm mission information, and tap
on the left.
3. Check the settings and aircraft status on the Prepare to Fly list. Then tap Start to Fly.
4. During the mission, tap the corresponding button on the left to end or pause the mission.
FlightHub Enterprise Webpage Management
Enabling Live View
1. Go to the Live Operations page on the FlightHub Enterprise Webpage, select the team the
aircraft belongs to, and click
towards the right of the desired aircraft.
Live Operations
Team
Member
Data Statistics
Mission Planning
Team Management
Device Maintenance
Resource Management
Device
Administrator
+
Team1 (2/10)
Team1-1
Phantom 4
Phantom 4 Pro
Mavic 2 Enterprise
Team1-2
Inspire 2
Warning
2. Live view permission is required on the DJI Pilot PE app if live stream was disabled on the app
previously. Then click
again on the webpage.
3. The aircraft camera view will be displayed on the webpage. Click
under the image to view
aircraft status such as pilot, team, altitude, speed, longitude, latitude, and battery level.
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