Pix4Dscan technical release notes

Download the latest version for iOS.


Current version 1.1.0

Version Release date Release type
1.1.0 Oct 7th, 2020 Updates, Improvements


Version 1.1.0

What's new

  • Single vertical mission for Cell Tower solution (when cylinder can’t be performed due to obstacles)
  • Light condition template selection at mission planning (for better point density in antenna 3D reconstruction)
  • Offline login and usage
  • Update to DJI SDK 4.13.1
  • Update to Parrot GSDK 1.7.0
  • Support for Parrot Anafi Thermal (RGB only)


  • Cell Tower submission completeness feedback
  • Send log files to any email address in the help section
  • Consult Pix4D terms and policies in about section
  • Reduce the minimum point of interest height to 10m
  • Ability to leave flight view for dashboard drone selector
  • Ability to cancel an ongoing RTH
  • Improved handling of errors at the login
  • Start and End mission labels
  • Display drone flight trace during the mission
  • Other bug fixes and improvements



Versions 1.0.0

Version Release date Release type
1.0.0 July 20th, 2020 Initial release


Version 1.0.0

Pix4Dscan is a professional asset flight application for iPad developed by photogrammetry experts for visual inspections from images. This companion of Pix4Dinspect allows for both manual and automatic drone flights (Cell Tower, Orbit or Cylinder), to meet your mission’s specific needs and to collect actionable data.


1- Select a mission - Select a mission on your iOS device. Pix4Dscan comes with built-in flight plans for vertical structures. It also includes an adaptable, semi-automatic flight plan specifically designed for cell towers. The app guides you to set the right parameters for an actionable dataset.

2- Start and fly - Track your mission's progress with the map view or monitor live with camera view. Pix4Dscan provides live telemetry data such as altitude, speed, gimbal pitch and more.

3- Upload and inspect - Upload images or videos (only available for Parrot Anafi) from your SD card to Pix4Dinspect to create accurate and easy to inspect 2D and 3D models.

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