The DJI Flight Simulator is a ground-breaking pilot-training solution, providing an accessible, intuitive and realistic learning experience.
According to DJI, the Flight Simulator sets a new standard for drone-pilot training, paving a new path for the next generation of drone pilots.
Developed with enterprise in mind, this useful training tool creates the most realistic simulated flight experience, allowing pilots to hone their skills without the risks and costs associated with real-life training.
This state-of-the-art training simulator has multiple flight modes, training modules and point of views (POVs), as well as a comprehensive physics engine.
Three training modules and flight modes allow users to develop the skills needed to fly a drone.
Immerse yourself in a real-flight experience with five POVs.
Test your flying ability in various simulated conditions, such as changing weather and day/night flights.
The Flight Simulator supports a wide range of DJI drones.
Windows-based software lets pilots connect to compatible DJI remote controller.
Discover a world of training scenarios and hone your skills in a real-life environment.
Three training modules - skills training, free flight and application training - allow users to develop the skills needed to pilot a drone for any task.
Skills training offers flight tutorials and basic piloting exercises, such as take off, maneuvering and hovering.
Free flight mode gives pilots the chance to log virtual hours behind the stick while exploring a variety of scenes.
Application training is designed for pilots preparing for industry-specific jobs, such as power-line inspections or search and rescue missions. The electricity-pylon module trains pilots to carry out routine inspections and identify random fault points. The search and rescue module teaches users how to fly in complex terrain, understand the Mini-Map for navigation, plan missions around battery life, fly at range and move the camera for best search visibility.
Flight Simulator accurately models the way each drone performs in a real-life scenario, allowing users to practice without the risks or consequences of mishandling.
Three flight modes are available and are identical to the ones on an actual drone. These are position mode, sport mode and the more challenging attitude mode.
Five POVs - pilot first-person view (FPV), remote-control view, drone FPV, drone-follow view and third person - lets the user immerse themselves in a flight experience, just as they would in real life.
Using a sophisticated physics engine, DJI Flight Simulator can also simulate various flight conditions, such as changing day/night cycles, various wind speeds and weather conditions. It can also mimic ground effects and simulated crashes.
A range of DJI drones from the Mavic, Phantom, Inspire and Matrice 200 series are supported in the simulator, giving users an opportunity to train for the job with the right tool.
Set up and access the Flight Simulator through its seamless connection to Windows PCs and DJI remote controllers.
Three versions of the Flight Simulator are available, offering various functions.
Free trial version: The functions are consumer drones, general settings and free flight.
Enterprise version: The functions are the same as above, as well as enterprise drones, advanced parameter settings, skills training and application training - search and rescue.
Customised version: The functions are the same as enterprise/free trial versions, but also include application training - power-line inspection, and customisation.
What equipment do I need to run DJI Flight Simulator?
A computer with a Windows 10 system is required to run the program. To connect the remote controller to a computer, you will need a compatible DJI Remote Controller and a Micro-B to USB-A cable.
What are the system requirements for running DJI Flight Simulator?
CPU: Minimum setup - G4560; Recommended setup - i5-6400; Optimal setup - i7-7700.
GPU: Minimum setup - GTX 1050 Ti; Recommended setup - GTX 1060 or 1070; Optimal setup - GTX 1080 Ti.
VRAM: Minimum setup - 4GB; Recommended setup - 6GB or 8GB; Optimal setup - 11GB.
RAM: Minimum setup - 16GB; Recommended setup - 16GB; Optimal setup - 32GB.
HDD: Minimum setup - 80GB free; Recommended setup - SSD + 80GB free; Optimal setup - SSD + 80GB free.
What remote controllers does the Flight Simulator support?
Flight Simulator supports the DJI remote controllers for the Phantom 4, Phantom 4 Advanced, Phantom 4 Pro, Phantom 4 Pro V2.0, Lightbridge 2, M600 Pro and Mavic Air. Support for the Mavic 2 series remote controllers is coming soon.
What drones can be flown with the DJI Flight Simulator?
Mavic Series: Mavic 2 Enterprise; Mavic 2 Zoom; Mavic Air; Mavic 2 Pro.
Spark Series: Spark.
Phantom Series: Phantom 4 Pro.
Inspire Series: Inspire 1 Pro; Inspire 2.
Matrice 200 Series: M210 RTK.
How do I log into and activate the DJI Flight Simulator?
Enter your DJI Account information or register for a DJI Account to log in. Then, the Free Version of the Flight Simulator can be run immediately, and the Enterprise Version can be activated with the activation code that you received when you purchased the Flight Simulator.
How do I connect the Flight Simulator to a larger monitor?
You can connect an external monitor to your computer with an HDMI cable, right click on the Windows 10 desktop, go to Display Settings - Multiple Display Settings - Duplicate these displays.
Does the DJI Flight Simulator come with a remote controller and a computer?
The DJI Flight Simulator is a software product only and does not come with any hardware products such as a computer, cables, or a compatible remote controller.
Can multiple computers use the same software license?
Yes, but only one computer can be logged in at once.