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  1. Mission planning templates? Does anyone have a data base or spreadsheet to help "fill in the blanks" as I/we research and prepare to bid on projects? I am working with a team of students who see this as an opportunity to put our heads together. For instance, we had to research and put together a plan for a bass fishing contest, a search and rescue with very specific parameters, a commercial real estate survey, etc. We all had different formats and now realize the power of a template or database. Your proprietary information is not our request, of course. A great organizational plan so that we can truly fill in the blanks with drop down lists or check boxes would be a real treat! If one is not out there, do you see a market for creating one? Thanks in advance!
  2. Hi everyone, New forum user I've been registering in the different Drone forums myself in search for a Checklist App that I could use on my phone instead of printing out paper card for every flight and finally found this App. It seems to be on the Google Play Store only at the moment, no IOS version I could find. Figured I'll share it as my first post Drone Companion - Android Apps on Google Play The interface is pretty slick and intuitive. It also contains decent tips. Most of the them, I've seen them in one form or another on the various drone forum, but it's a good collection in one place. Pretty good to have, when all steps are done, interface update to a "Safe to Fly" and you're good to go Makes you feel like a real pilot doing it's fighter jet checklist (kinda... if you have a lot of imagination ) Enjoy
  3. Here is an open question and invitation. Have you struggled to find a reliable and safe way to get through a particular process with your drone? Maybe it's a technical setup. Maybe it's a business process like qualifying and reserving a customer appointment. A preflight checklist is a rather obvious example. Has anyone taken the time & effort to make one of those for themselves already? I'm a huge fan and believer in checklists. They have proven to be an effective tool for quality, safety, time savings, consistency, reliability, and risk avoidance. I've seen them work in other aviation settings (airline cockpits being a famous example). But other examples and benefits can be found in the book The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande: http://www.amazon.com/Checklist-Manifesto-How-Things-Right/dp/0312430000 I doubt people here will buy the book for themselves, when you would rather be working on or flying your drone. Can you think of situations where you wish you had a clear and reliable checklist to help you "check the boxes" and make sure you had done everything you were supposed to? I'm looking for ways to help around here and was thinking that a checklist would probably help in some situations. Thanks in advance for anyone's replies. Please don't consider this a promise to deliver. :-) Just the start of a discussion. Thanks, Brett