• Parrot Bluegrass must be used strictly in compliance with current local regulations. The places where it is used must be suitable for manoeuvring in order to ensure the continuous safety of people, animals and property.
  • It may not be permitted to use Parrot Bluegrass in certain public places (e.g. train stations, airports, etc.) or on public roads.
  • The pilot must, at all times, maintain visual contact with Parrot Bluegrass and control its trajectory.
  • Before you fly your Parrot Bluegrass, check the restrictions regarding the use of Wi-Fi frequencies in the place where you are going to fly it. Certain frequencies may be restricted or prohibited. For instance, in some countries the use of the 5 GHz band for your Wi-Fi may be prohibited for outdoor locations.

Flight conditions

  • Do not fly Parrot Bluegrass at night.
  • Check the weather conditions to ensure good flight and visual conditions. Do not use Parrot Bluegrass if it is raining/snowing, if there is fog, or winds in excess of 8 meters per second or 30 km/h.
  • Avoid flying the drone over water under an altitude of 10 meters (30 ft).
  • Make sure you have at least 10 meters (30 ft) diameter of clear space for your Parrot Bluegrass to take off and land. Check that the flight area has no obstacle that might interfere with flight phases or prevent visual contact.
  • Make sure the flight altitude programmed in ParrotFields (relative to take-off point) is sufficient to avoid obstacles in the surrounding area.


Parrot Bluegrass

  • Make sure the Parrot Bluegrass propellers are properly mounted and secured.
  • Make sure the Parrot Bluegrass battery is charged.
  • Make sure you are in a wide, open space.



  • Make sure that the lenses are clean. Use the microfibre cloth (supplied) to clean them.

Free up enough memory (on the SD card or in the multispectral sensor internal memory) so you can save all the photos taken during the flight.

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