The object-based display shows you significantly more different colors. Use this view if you want a concrete advertisement and precise information to find out from which objects individual editions come (e.g. schools, federal roads).

In the regulation-based view, the constraints resulting from your drone flight’s regulatory requirements are displayed in a traffic light system. Yellow areas have fewer requirements or less complex requirements than orange or red areas. This view gives you a faster overview and shows you areas for potential route optimizations more easily.

Map legends and data

The information displayed in the map in the form of map layers is divided into object classes (e.g. airspace, energy) to allow for better differentiation. In the options for the map data, you can set whether and which object classes are displayed on the map.

Further information on the map legend: What Do the Colors on the Map Mean? – The Map Legend


Even if the map layers are deactivated, the information concerning your flight planning will still be displayed. This means that right-clicking on the map or later route validation will still show all restrictions (even from deactivated map layers).

All map layers are activated by default. Check each layer or its parent category to activate them. Or deselect to disable them.

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