Artax017

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  1. Hi Steve, I own and operate AerialScope with my wife in CT. You can visit our website at www.aerialscopevi.com. We use the data from our aerial imagery to create 3D models, orthomosaics, DSMs etc. Our contact information is on our website, if you think we would be a good fit please do not hesitate to reach out. Thank you, Bryan
  2. I agree. Paying attention to all the politics involved in any industry is painful not to mention frustrating. This is going to affect anyone, commercial or hobby that likes to fly anywhere and everywhere. Here is the ULC Tort Law draft May 8, 2018. Get educated, get involved the article above allows you to get on a mailing list to stay informed: 2018may8_TLRDA_Conf Call Draft.pdf
  3. Great article! Stay informed! https://www.thedroneu.com/blog/the-uniform-law-commission-and-their-taking-of-the-nas/
  4. Check out this email from AirMap to lawmakers asking to vote in favor of the Drone Innovation Act aka The Indusrty Killer:
  5. Finally someone brought up AirMap as a regulating force. If you are still using AirMap don’t! They support legislation like the Feinstein bill and want local governments to regulate airspace. This is all for their bottom line. I highly suggest this community to look into this and make your own decisions.
  6. https://dronelife.com/2017/10/02/drone-innovation-act-airmaps-support-good-bad-drone-operators/amp/
  7. I agree. This could be very positive. I also think it should be discussed.
  8. This program could potentially lead to state governaments and local municipalities to impose their own regulations and laws for UAVs. One particular aspect of this program is lowering our maximum operating altitude down to 200ft AGL. The other issue is this could also generate a patchwork of regulations to that we must follow in order to operate legally or at all. Right now we only deal with the FAA imagine having to keep up with regs and laws state to state town to town. The more UAV pilots that know and get involved the better.
  9. For some reason I can’t find anyone talking about this on this forum. Is no one concerned about this? https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/10/25/presidential-memorandum-secretary-transportation
  10. Hey guys I'm sure this may have been posted before but I thought we could have a general conversation in one spot. I have a few topics I'd like to discuss and would like to here what you all have to say. Here goes: Does anyone have information on: Pricing services: When it comes to agriculture, is there a formula? I.e. to price a certain amount of acreage? What is the average rate for real estate videos/photography? Any ideas on finding new clients? How do you keep up with the fast pace of the industry? I feel like if I'm not reading about it daily, I fall behind. Is there any commercial drone insurance? If so, what do you recommend? Any ideas on gaining construction contracts? Anyone interested in networking? Also, what other brands besides DJI do you recommend for commercial services? Their GEO fencing seems to be upsetting the commercial industry quite a bit and I don't feel they are a reliable company. Their customer service and product turn around for repairs is very disappointing. However, they make one amazing product! Thank you for taking the time! Thanks in advance hope we can have on going dialogue.
  11. Currently a Mavic and a Phantom 4 Pro. Trying to build up to an Inspire. What about you? What type of work do you do with it? Do you fly commercially, recreationally or both?
  12. Just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Bryan. Looking forward to talking with you about anything drones and processes. I just had my first shoot for google this weekend in NC! Everything went great! Can't wait to do it again!