Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'france'.
Hi There, I am taking a vacation to southern France, primarily spending time in the countryside, 43°59'27.019"N 5°33'22.808"E Chateau de Simiane-la-Rotone. I will be flying for fun only. I have my FAA 107 and my Standing SFOC (Canada). I am using the skyward maps for defining airspace in order to avoid restricted areas which are easy to find on skyward. Does anyone have any other experience with flying there and other safety issues? sid
Hi I have never seen a drone fly, so I need advice. Reading this website, I thought someone may be able to help. In my area of southern France, the Diois, there are two nuisances, chenille processionaire (processionary Caterpillar, Thaumetopoea pityocampa) and soon to come the frelon asiatique (Asian Hornet, Vespa velutina nigrithorax). One causes debilitating allergies and the other will kill my bees. Both build nests at the top of high trees. My idea is to adapt a drone to carry a pressurised 500 or even 250ml can of specialised insecticide and using fpv, a gimbal mounted
Hi everyone! My name is Benjamin (Ben is fine!) I am originally from France. I started to fly remote controlled aircraft few years ago when I was still in France. Then I got into drones with a drone from hobby king and the KK board for those who are familiar with this (old) technology. I was flying it in the living room just to impress my friends and family. Then when I got here in the U.S and I started flying drones for real estate agents, celebrities, and producers. (I was using an Inspire 1 V.1) Later on I got lucky to meet with my american friend Josh during an internship at DSLRpros
Hi All, I'm currently a computer engineer in Paris, and started to practice with a DJI Phantom 4 and a Walkera F210 3D to improve my skills on piloting drones. I'm working on getting my drone license to maybe work in this fascinating area. Happy to meet you in this great forum! Phil