The Air & Space Drones tab provides the Drone Status for each drone that has been tethered to your Morning Farm Report account. The information provided for each drone will inform you on the missions life, flight time, rotor life, and crashes each presented on a separate card (Figure 1). 


Figure 1.

Explanation of each Drone Status Card

Missions: A percentage representing the service life of the drone. As the percentage approaches 0, you are informed that service may be required for the drone.

Flight Time: The number of total mission hours for the drone during normal operation. "Review" is a coming soon feature, which allows you to view all missions flown by the drone in Morning Farm Report.

Rotor Life: A percentage representing the service life of the drone’s rotors. As the percentage approaches 0, you are informed that new rotors are suggested for the drone. Tapping "Reset" resets the drone rotor life counter after you have replaced the blades on the drone. Note that crashes or hitting debris with the rotors dramatically decreases the life of the rotors.  This counter represents a regular amount of these issues typical for a drone used for agricultural purposes.

Crashes: The number of total crashes the drone has had during normal operation. 

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