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NEW APPLICATION: EVO II Obstacle Avoidance Calibration Tool: Constantly updated: 20 dec 2020 (ver. 1.1.1)

lukappaseidue

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UPDATE: 20 dec 2020

EVO II Obstacle Avoidance(OA) Calibration Tool​


  • System requirements:
    • Support 64bit operational systems only (Windows 7 / 10, Mac OS)
    • Recommended screen resolution is 1920*1080 and above
    • Recommended CPU for desktop: Intel i5-4590 and above, CPU for laptop: Intel i5-8250U and above
    • Recommended to connect power supply for laptop users (to ensure system is running at highest performance settings and screen brightness)




    Calibration Instructions:
    1. Install Autel OA Calibration Tool on your PC / Mac
    2. Connect EVO II to your PC with USB-C cable
    3. Power on EVO II
    4. Run Autel Vision Assistant Program and wait for the connection, which may take up to 1 minute (if you wait for more than 1 minute and no response, please follow the steps below for troubleshooting)
      1. Close the Autel Vision Assistant and reopen
      2. Change your network IP address and avoid using 192.168.1.11, or disable your internet while using the calibration tool
      3. If a warning message is displayed indicating your CPU is not powerful enough for the calibration use a different PC
    5. Once connected, you will see the current status of all the sensors
    6. Select the first sensor requiring the auto-calibration to initiate calibration
    7. Follow the instructions in the top left corner of the screen, hold your EVO2 and aim the corresponding sensor at the screen as indicated
    8. Once all calibration steps on-screen are completed the results are auto-updated on your EVO II
    9. Repeat steps 6-8 until you have completed the auto-calibration for all indicated sensors





UPDATE: 20 may 2020
Home > EVO II Obstacle Avoidance Calibration Tool
EVO II Obstacle Avoidance Calibration Tool

Current Version: 1.1.0 (please click here to download)
System requirements:
  • Support 64bit operational systems only (Windows 7 / 10, Mac version is under development)
  • Recommended screen resolution is 1920*1080 and above
  • Recommended CPU for desktop: Intel i5-4590 and above, CPU for laptop: Intel i5-8250U and above
  • Recommended to connect power supply for laptop users (to ensure system is running at highest performance settings and screen brightness)

Calibration Instructions:
  1. Install Autel OA Calibration Tool 1.1.0 on your PC
  2. Connect EVO II to your PC with USB-C cable
  3. Power on EVO II
  4. Run Autel Vision Assistant Program and wait for the connection, which may take up to 1 minute (if you wait for more than 1 minute and no response, please follow the steps below for troubleshooting)
    1. Close the Autel Vision Assistant and reopen
    2. Change your network IP address and avoid using 192.168.1.11, or disable your internet while using the calibration tool
    3. If a warning message is displayed indicating your CPU is not powerful enough for the calibration use a different PC
  5. Once connected, you will see the current status of all the sensors
  6. Select the first sensor requiring the auto-calibration to initiate calibration
  7. Follow the instructions in the top left corner of the screen, hold your EVO2 and aim the corresponding sensor at the screen as indicated
  8. Once all calibration steps on-screen are completed the results are auto-updated on your EVO II
  9. Repeat steps 6-8 until you have completed the auto-calibration for all indicated sensors






EVO II Obstacle Avoidance Calibration Tool

Current Version: 1.0.9 (please click here to download)
System requirements:
  • Support 64bit operational systems only (Windows 7 / 10, Mac version is under development)
  • Recommended screen resolution is 1920*1080 and above
  • Recommended CPU for desktop: Intel i5-4590 and above, CPU for laptop: Intel i5-8250U and above
  • Recommended to connect power supply for laptop users

Calibration Instructions:
  1. Install Autel Vision Assistant 1.0.9 on your PC
  2. Connect EVO II to your PC with USB-C cable
  3. Power on EVO II
  4. Run Autel Vision Assistant Program and wait for the connection, which may take up to 1 minute (if you wait for more than 1 minute and no response, please follow the steps below for troubleshooting)
    1. Close the Autel Vision Assistant and reopen
    2. Change your network IP address and avoid using 192.168.1.11, or disable your internet while using the calibration tool
    3. If a warning message is displayed indicating your CPU is not powerful enough for the calibration use a different PC
  5. Once connected, you will see the current status of all the sensors
  6. Select the first sensor requiring the auto-calibration to initiate calibration
  7. Follow the instructions in the top left corner of the screen, hold your EVO2 and aim the corresponding sensor at the screen as indicated
  8. Once all calibration steps on-screen are completed the results are auto-updated on your EVO II
  9. Repeat steps 6-8 until you have completed the auto-calibration for all indicated sensors
 
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Yes!!! Just calibrated my rear vision sensors and no more redundant “rear vision calibration error” even though the program stated that all of my sensors were normal after connecting the drone to my PC. Success!
 

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Well some even did it eventhough they were not recieving any errors etc so go ahead if you want imo ;)
 

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Home > EVO II Obstacle Avoidance Calibration Tool
EVO II Obstacle Avoidance Calibration Tool

Current Version: 1.1.0 (please click here to download)
System requirements:
  • Support 64bit operational systems only (Windows 7 / 10, Mac version is under development)
  • Recommended screen resolution is 1920*1080 and above
  • Recommended CPU for desktop: Intel i5-4590 and above, CPU for laptop: Intel i5-8250U and above
  • Recommended to connect power supply for laptop users (to ensure system is running at highest performance settings and screen brightness)

Calibration Instructions:
  1. Install Autel OA Calibration Tool 1.1.0 on your PC
  2. Connect EVO II to your PC with USB-C cable
  3. Power on EVO II
  4. Run Autel Vision Assistant Program and wait for the connection, which may take up to 1 minute (if you wait for more than 1 minute and no response, please follow the steps below for troubleshooting)
    1. Close the Autel Vision Assistant and reopen
    2. Change your network IP address and avoid using 192.168.1.11, or disable your internet while using the calibration tool
    3. If a warning message is displayed indicating your CPU is not powerful enough for the calibration use a different PC
  5. Once connected, you will see the current status of all the sensors
  6. Select the first sensor requiring the auto-calibration to initiate calibration
  7. Follow the instructions in the top left corner of the screen, hold your EVO2 and aim the corresponding sensor at the screen as indicated
  8. Once all calibration steps on-screen are completed the results are auto-updated on your EVO II
  9. Repeat steps 6-8 until you have completed the auto-calibration for all indicated sensors
 

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Why would I be getting this message after downloading the software.it seems my computer is stro enough correct
 

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I know it does not say anything about Ram but maybe 8 gigs of ram is not enough. noidea.gif
Give Autel a call when they open.
 

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Also the processor is 10 years old. The requirements is a i5 generation 4 or newer. The Q840 is Gen 1
 

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I tried running it on my Studio computer and get the same message and it is a Dell server with 64 Gig RAM with 2 quad core 3.2 gig Intel Zeon processors and all SSD drives so I'm guessing only I5 and I7 and maybe I9
 

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