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  1. Hi everyone Im Pamela a researcher for UK Drones. My husband and I started the company which evolved from our hobby of Salmon fishing in Scotland ?we are based in North Yorkshire England UK. We are operating Yuneec H520 at the moment (we call him TANGO 2) Tango 1 malfunctioned and bit the dust at a friends farm R.I.P ? Interested in all aspects of Drone deployment commercially and recreation, drone racing inclusive. Shaun my husband is retiring as a fixed wing commercial pilot fully early 2019 ??? Here to learn as much as possible as we find the UK to be a
  2. Glad to have found this group and UAVcoach.com . We are a startup in the wireless tower commercial maintenance, installations, upgrades etc. I am particularly interested in commercial aspects of drone usage. I am working on my FAA license now. Planning to purchase a PRO rig with 4K cam. If you have any ratings on rigs, recommendations, or positive opinions that you think would help me, let me know. THANKS !
  3. How do you organize your gear for a commercial job? What does your field setup look like? Is there any safety-related measurement you are taking? Please share photos if you can
  4. By the end of the summer (2018), a whole crop of the first certified Part 107 pilots will be required to renew their certificates. Some thoughts? This is a huge number of remote pilots. What's the attrition rate (i.e. who WON'T renew)? How many sanctions? How any new Part 107 pilots? I liken the two-year re-certification process to a bi-annual Part 91 certificate (with, say, a part 333 ex.) but, I don't have any advice either, having gotten my Part 107 two years ago this fall. Hope you'll comment .... Thanks. vb
  5. Hi everyone, I am an American living 30 years in Tokyo. I want to in several years semi retire to start a drone business here, probably largely focused on agriculture. Demand is strong here due to technology shortages and population declines. I will likely lurk here. I need ideas on drones/software to buy, and on how to run a business. I am a moderately experienced hobby pilot of a Spark but will look to upgrade of course if I push into business. Soon of course I will get a commercial license—several schools have opened of late.
  6. Hi everyone, I live in Colorado and work in sports television and also have my Part 107 certificate. While watching the Jazz/Nuggets game last night on another network I do not work for, I saw what looked to be drone footage used at night time. This is obviously against FAA rules unless there was a waiver approved by the FAA. Knowing the industry I work in, I am assuming that a waiver was not approved (obviously not 100%). I have attached a photo. I am asking the community a few things. 1. Do you think this is drone footage? To me this shot does not look like a helicopter.
  7. Hey all, I just a watched a YouTube video (based on a YouTube recommendation) that had some really thoughtful suggestions for figuring out how to establish prices as a drone operator. This guy was as open and honest as I've seen in the industry and provided some good insight into how to come up with fair market prices based on your equipment, experience, and the risk you're taking, etc. His industry is in Los Angeles as a cinematographer. He owned a video production company prior to getting into drones in 2013. So, he has some experience in figuring out pricing and then extended that