Alan Perlman

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  1. West Maui Mountains

    Pssht, this isn't fair. WHAT AN AMAZING SHOT. Mahalo for sharing with us
  2. Yes, you can apply for Airspace Authorization before you get your temporary license. More information on how to apply for airspace authorization over here. And yes, as soon as you get the email from the FAA with your temporary, you're good to start flying. Your hard card will come in the mail in 6-8 weeks.
  3. Post Production

    Hi Carlos, lots of good threads on this already. I should merge all these at some point More information here:
  4. Video Editing Software

    Haha, touche
  5. Employment Opportunities

    Thanks for posting here, Jake.
  6. Remote Pilot on Resume

    I would stick to jargon that someone outside of the industry can instantly understand. So using "Part 107" doesn't mean anything to someone looking to hire a drone pilot. But saying "FAA-certified" or even just "certified / insured" is a good idea to demonstrate professionalism. Hope that helps!
  7. Video Editing Software

    Great advice, @Av8Chuck.
  8. Zephyr Drone Simulator - Cyber Monday Deal

    Hopefully XPONENTIAL in Denver
  9. Log Books

    Ooh, lots of options. Flight ops management companies like the ones over here: https://www.dronepilotgroundschool.com/flight-operations-management/ There's also these two on Amazon: UAS Pilot Log Drone Operator's Logbook I know a lot of pilots who use Google Sheets or Excel as well.
  10. Hi from Nepal

    Nice to meet you, @prabeen! I lived in Kathmandu for 4 months back in 2006. What's the drone scene like in Nepal right now? What are the regulations like? Do you know Uttam Puadasaini? We interviewed him earlier this year: https://uavcoach.com/interview-nepal-flying-labs/
  11. Sectional chart Visibility Help

    Ooh, I know this one It's a trick question. You can't find visibility requirements on a sectional chart. The minimum visibility for any sUAS operations is always 3 SM, no matter where you are flying. It's a regulations question, not a sectional chart question. The chart is a red herring meant to throw you off. One of the many ways the FAA tries to trick test-takers! (cc: @robolizard222)
  12. Hi From Atlanta

    I spend some time in the Roswell / Alpharetta area where my wife's family is. Great town, welcome to the forum, @MarkL.
  13. Dart Drones Starting a Business Course

    Hi Darren, What kind of "business" things are you looking for help with? If you can articulate some of your biggest questions or challenges, maybe I can help you out. We have a lot of resources over here that might help to push you in the right direction.
  14. Zephyr Drone Simulator - Cyber Monday Deal

    Hope the sale went well, was good to run into you at InterDrone!