What happens if the Remote Control loses connection while Autopilot is engaged? Robbie Hull April 30, 2016 21:35 Updated Follow The RC Signal Lost setting in DJI GO applies to Autopilot, which means by default the aircrat will activate the Return-to-Home failsafe. This will happen even in Waypoint Mode unless Lost Connection Mission Continuation (LCMC) is enabled. Read More Related articles Why does Autopilot only control the gimbal pitch in Focus Mode on some aircraft types? Why do I have to select an Altitude Reference when other apps, such as the DJI GO app, do not require this? Why am I receiving an alert when I'm not in a No-Fly-Zone? Comments 4 comments Sort by Date Votes Jim April 12, 2016 12:58 I'd like to register my vote for an option in which I can enable LCMC for specific flights. Currently, the absence of that feature is the only reason I may need to spend money on an additional product. In a forum post, you mentioned that due to an SDK limitation, the gimbal cannot be controlled during LCMC. Has DJI stated that that behaviour is my design or have they committed to providing that capability in a future firmware update? 0 Comment actions Permalink Robbie Hull April 12, 2016 13:01 The SDK cannot provide gimbal pitch because it has no concept of reference altitudes. They have not indicated any pending improvements around this feature. To be clear, gimbal pitch is only one of many things that will be sacrificed. 0 Comment actions Permalink Jonathan Pisarczyk September 23, 2016 15:51 It would be nice to have a feature when signal loss occurs the drone will pause or hover. Then when signal is re-established the drone will continue on the waypoint mode. Or continue where it left off. Instead of re-plotting a new waypoint course. 0 Comment actions Permalink H45R19 September 24, 2017 12:23 To use LCMC, do you need to go into DJI Go4 App and change a setting? 0 Comment actions Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.