I hate being told where I can and cannot fly. I don't mind rules and regulation and I don't mind adhering to them but I hate being told by the manufacturer of equipment I have bought where I can use that equipment AFTER I Have bought it. That said this weekend I had to fly for a fully sanctioned job at an International airport. The CAA were my clients along with the Airport itself. I explained that I couldn't fly at their facility and they were somewhat bemused. But you are fully sanctioned and your aircraft has permission to fly from the tower. You will be in contact with the tower and as a certified helicopter pilot PPLH you are familiar with the radio and airspace protocol. No I'm sorry I cant fly DJI say so .... actually when I check I can fly right at the end of the runway right at the threshold where there is arguably the most danger ... but I can fly over the ramps where there is arguably the least. That's because DJI don't apply any common sense to where the no fly zone is ... The epicenter of the restricted zone is skewed at this airport so Bizarrely DJI allow me to fly on an active runway go figure. So as a grown man able to use cognitive thought and with permission I had to work out how to fly in a no fly zone. I tried many ways to prevent the gps getting its signal but it would always find satellites. In the end the solution was a simple one. Remove the top cover and disconnect the gps sensor. it was easy, a small connector just pops out. Now the Inspire doesn't know where it is and I am able to fly in ATTI mode. The bad thing is that it is always windy, 25 knots ... the inspire handles it with help from GPS. In atti mode it was difficult to maintain the smooth and safe flight I would get with GS hold assistance. I was fully immersed in flying while my cameraman operated the camera. It worked but frankly was a struggle and the flight was made considerably more risky by not having the GPS assist. So DJI your forced upgrade and forced no fly zone actually resulted in more danger.