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  1. Dear all I am really upset when i see no school or drone training center available in our countries at all, i meant Saudi Arabia and the countries around. now what is the way to be a Drone pilot licensed , it would be great if i am from the first will have this license in our country specially the commercial one . if any one experienced this before or header about it please just give me the direction to do the same . Thank you ....
  2. Though my questions and thoughts could fit in several discussion forums, particularly the Real Estate one, I decided I'd throw this out here since it also has a direct bearing on regulations, restricted airspace, etc.. An ongoing issue I have in the area I am based in (and I’m sure most licensed sUAV operators have everywhere) is trying to compete for work with unlicensed drone operators doing commercial work as well as even licensed operators not getting the proper authorization to fly in restricted air spaces. Charlotte is particularly difficult with uptown being less than 5 miles
  3. Is This Legal? This thread is intended to develop and discuss key points on whats needed to provide data to surveyors and engineers. The Nuts and Bolts of the question "Land surveyor license needed?" I've been involved in the thread "Licensed Surveyor License Needed" and my personal intro thread that discussed integrating drones into my day to day duties as a Survey Tech. I use an Inspire 1 Pro with an X3 camera with an Ipad Pro and have employed it on over 60 projects from 1 acre plots to a 21 mile by 2000' corridor project over the past year with great success. On my intro thread,
  4. Anyone ran into problems for not having a land surveyor state license? Providing aerial surveying can sometimes replace boots-on-the-ground topographic surveying. I expect there will (already been) push back that UAV data are not as accurate as ground measurements. For example, would a client prefer state licensed ground crew over a newbie UAV surveyor? How do you justify UAV other than lower cost? Thanks, Kam
  5. I would appreciate suggestions for the best way to include Part 107 Certification on my resume when applying for remote pilot opportunities. like: 'FAA Part 107 Certified UAS Pilot' or 'FAA Licensed UAS Pilot' or ? Thanks!
  6. Anyone have a template for a licensing agreement?
  7. Hello, I am Rusty, from Austria and right now at the end of my South African commercial helicopter pilots license (from the theoretical part). Since a good half year, the UAV sector is giving me headaches according to a lot of job conflicts with the future, specially for chopper pilots, thats why I am very interested in doing the UAV license now too. I am already holder of the private pilot license for helicopters and as mentioned right before my hour building for my commercial license, the hardest part the theory is already done. But getting more and more involved in the topic
  8. I have on several occasions tried to search the database in an attempt to determine how many Remote Pilot Certificate holders exist I'm my particular area. I can find all single engine land and up but no remote pilots. So this morning I called FAA in Oklahoma City (actually got a live body quickly) to check on this. I was told that FAA just has not gotten to the point on including that data into the registry. No immediate plans to do so apparently.
  9. Hi, my name is Andre' Messina from New Orleans, La. I recently graduated from film school and am interested in flying my drone commercially as either an independent contractor or my own company. I am trying to figure out where to begin. Should I look at getting my sport pilot license? If so does anyone have a recommendations for schools? My other question would be I know it takes a long time to get the exemption, should I apply before obtaining a pilot license or wait until after I have the license? Thanks for any feedback. I really appreciate the help. Andre'
  10. @Alan Perlman perhaps you could help me out. I am looking to get qualified as a UAV pilot, setting my sights on some companies in Europe. They are looking for pilots with a BNUC-S qualification, which I have looked into. It involves theory and an examination as well as a practical examination. At the moment, I am a hobbiest and could definitely use more flight time and theory, but unsure whether I should just dive headfirst into this BNUC-S course or try something else out first, like your course for example. The startup I work for now is having issues and I have been laid off, so ob