Pix4Dscan - Settings



Access: On the top bar, tap menu.png.

Your Pix4D account

This section contains:

  • User information: the user's first name and last name, email of the Pix4D account.
    Tap Log out to log out and access the login screen.
  • License information: it describes the type and the duration of the currently active license.
  • Privacy Settings: click Update to specify communication and data privacy preferences.

Safety and Security

Only available when the connection with the drone is established.

Important: By default, Safety and Security settings are taken from the drone manufacturer's application. We recommend checking these options before starting the flight.

Signal lost action: When not in mission, defines which action is taken in case of loss of connection with the drone (Not connected status).
The options are the following:

  • Return to home point (recommended): the drone returns to the home point.
  • Land: the drone lands on its current location.
  • Hover: the drone hovers on its position.

RTH altitude: defines the altitude that the drone will reach before starting returning to the home point.

Critical battery level: Percentage of battery considered as critical level. When this level is reached, the behavior of the drone is defined in the drone manufacturer's application.


Map orientation: defines the orientation of the Map view. Options are:

  • Drone bearing locked: the orientation of the Map view rotates together with the drone moving.
  • Manual bearing: the orientation of the Map view remains fixed while the drone is moving.

Unitsdefines which units are shown in the application to express distances and velocities. Options are:

  • Metric (m, m/s)
  • Imperial (ft, mph)

Languageselect the preferred language for the application. Options are:

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Japanese


This section links to the documentation of Pix4Dscan and allows the user to contact technical support and to send all logs by email directly from the device.


It contains the application disclaimer, the Pix4D terms and policies, and the third-party licenses.

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