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  1. Hi all, I'm proud (and nervous and excited) to share a new training course I've been working on. It's called Drone Pilot Ground School, and it'll soon become our flagship training course for commercial drone operators in the United States. As the FAA regulations mature and Part 107 replaces the Section 333 Exemption for the vast majority of low-risk sUAS flight operations, our team looks at Drone Pilot Ground School as a leading industry training course. Our goal? To help our students learn about sUAS operations so they can pass the Part 107 Aeronautical Knowledge Exam / Drone Written Test, but more importantly to help new drone pilots gain the training and confidence needed to operate at a commercial level. You can sign up for our pre-enrollment list by clicking any of the "Enroll in Training" buttons on our home page: http://dronepilotgroundschool.com We're shooting for a launch sometime in July. Your questions and feedback are both welcome!
  2. Silk Purse

    Part 107 Update

    Read this this morning: http://www.theverge.com/2016/5/4/11590646/faa-drone-swarm-intel-light-show-part-107. It sounds promising. If you haven't already filed, I think there is no reason to go through the trouble and expense of filing for a 333 exemption.
  3. It's been a long time coming, but we're happy to announce that we've received our FAA Section 333 exemption. Our team patiently waited 6 months and 2 days for our Section 333 Exemption (and Blanket COA) from the FAA. We received it and are now cleared to operate commercially! Is it a perfect process? No. Is it the only door the FAA has given us to comply here in the US? Yep, sure is. While I’m proud to be one of 4000 companies who have successfully navigate this process, I’ll be even more proud when cleaner sUAS rules are put into place." In case you're interested in the guidelines I need to follow to comply with the Exemption and COA requirements, attached are links to my approved paperwork. Makalu-Ventures-LLC-15443.pdf Approved UAS for Publication (3-4-2016).pdf 200 COA Effective 7-1-2015.pdf
  4. Silk Purse

    This looks interesting

    Drone Photography: You Have Just Received (or Filed) Your Section 333 Exemption. Now What? http://www.bhphotovideo.com/find/eventDetails.jsp/id/2283 I've been to a few B&H events and they are mostly worthwhile. The trick is to make it out of the store without dropping a wad on all that stuff you've been drooling over.
  5. While this article from DroneCoalition.net is six months old, it bring up some good points about where we stand right now with the FAA's regulations here in the U.S. http://dronecoalition.net/general/faa-333-approved-but-are-you-complying/ Thoughts?
  6. Hi folks! I'm doing a "soft launch" of a 5-minute industry survey that I'll be sending out to the masses over the next several days: https://uavcoach.typeform.com/to/P2TkMe Would appreciate your responses! Individual results are kept anonymous, but the aggregate survey data will be shared with everyone by May 2016.