DJI AirSense only sends out warnings of nearby civil aircraft under certain circumstances; it will NOT control DJI aircraft to avoid other aircraft automatically. Make sure to fly with your aircraft within visual line of sight at all times, and always fly with caution. After receiving warnings, lower your aircraft to a safe height. In addition, DJI AirSense has the following limitations:
1. DJI AirSense can only receive messages sent from civil aircraft equipped with an ADS-B out device under 1090ES (RTCA DO-260) or UAT (RTCA Do-282) standards. For civil aircraft without ADS-B outs or with malfunctioning ADS-B outs, DJI AirSense cannot receive related broadcasted messages or send out warnings.
2. When there are obstacles in between a civil aircraft and DJI aircraft, DJI AirSense will fail to receive ADS-B messages sent from civil aircraft or to send out warnings.
3. DJI AirSense may fail to receive ADS-B messages sent from civil aircraft or send out warnings due to ever changing circumstances and interference. It is highly recommended to fly with caution and stay aware of your surroundings during flight.
4. DJI AirSense cannot send out warnings when the DJI aircraft cannot accurately determine its location.
5. DJI AirSense cannot receive ADS-B messages sent from civil aircraft or send out warnings when it is disabled or misconfigured.