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  1. OK, so I have my Part 107 certificate and I have the Drone Pilot Ground School certificate, I must be finished with UAV Coach, right? Not so fast. I just finished the last of the BONUS interviews that are provided as part of the Drone Pilot Ground School. The information there is really incredible! There is a goldmine of knowledge and information in those interviews. So, for anyone who is taking this course or has completed the course and obtained their Part 107 certification, I think it is very important that you finish the course and listen to each one of the interviews. I've listed them here even though they are clearly marked at the end of the course lecture listings. Ask a Drone Lawyer: Key Legal Considerations for Starting a Drone Business (32:26) Using Drones To Do Real Estate Marketing Understanding Drone Liability & Hull Insurance (22:27) Transitioning From Part-TIme to Full-Time Professional Aerial Services Running a Commercial Drone Program With Skyward (38:49) These are an important part of any drone pilot's education. Take advantage of them. The resources chosen to participate are top-notch indviduals as well. They know their business and they know what you will encounter in yours. Stan Nickel
  2. Hi all Could anyone point me towards examples of UAVs being used in the social sciences for educational purposes (ie, creation of learning content or for research projects)? We are from the Business faculty of a university, so interested in previous applications in this area as well as law, psychology, human geography, arts, etc Many thanks!
  3. Has anyone purchased the contracts package from https://www.dronelaw.pro/box/ ? "We have the essential UAV contracts you need for your drone operation. We provide contracts, agreements, manuals and intellectual property protection for drone companies and pilots like you. Buy the “OPs in a Box” package or individual documents." Is it adequate? Pluses? Minuses?
  4. Hello All, my name is Mattheo and I am a Police Interpreter. it is important to stay up to date with EU / International Law about drones, and staying up to date with the new technology! Knowing and believing drones can be of great help (medical, military, police, government, building company's, event video, night clubs, party, tourism, Marketing and Advertising) it can also have it's pros and cons. Privacy can be so easily breached. ex. Your neighbour flying around your windows to spy on you but at same time a Medical drone has been in prototype.
  5. Hi there, I'm new at these forum and I have a question ... anyone knows where to find drone's regulation (rules, flights prohibitted, features) in some country? I particulary want to travel to Indonesia and i found several websites with information, but no one official. The information is the basics (not flying in restricted areas, over people, up to 400feets ...) Thanks in advance.
  6. Lead paragraph from the Pop Sci article this week, with link at the end: http://www.popsci.com/it-is-federal-crime-to-shoot-down-drone-says-faa They need to be more precise--is the crime the act of shooting, or only if you are successful at shooting it down?? They say the latter but it I'm quite certain it's the former, regardless of success or not. Same law that they use to file charges against people using lasers against aircraft, I believe.
  7. 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?