The following image shows the flight data interface for Mission Planner:
The top-left window represents the Heads-up Display (HUD)—where you can instantly tell the orientation, altitude, and status of the aircraft. Warning messages appear as red text (such as the
Bad AHRS warnings we see in the image).
The large window is a projected satellite map showing the location of the aircraft/multicopter/rover (in this case, a fixed wing aircraft). Protruding from the aircraft is a purple line representing the direction the aircraft is pointing at.
The window on the lower-left shows current data with several tabs to see data presented in different formats, and even transmits signals to the Pixhawk. The tabs are follows:
Quick: These are the numerical values of basic telemetry data from the vehicle.
Actions: This allows the user to send commands to Pixhawk such as
Arm, and so on.
PreFlight: This shows a checklist and status for preflight before launching the...