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  1. Hi everyone, My name is Jay and I’m a newbie to the drone community, located up in New England, New Hampshire to be exact! I'm a Motion Graphics Artist / VFX Artist by trade, and I'm looking to incorporate custom drone cinematography & photography into my work. I'm really pumped I came across this website, it looks like an amazing place to start learning! I'll be looking to take the Part 107 Test as soon as I can - any advice / guidance is much appreciated. Also, if anyone is curious, you can check out my work here: https://jaydonohue.myportfolio.com/ Cheers, Jay Donohue
  2. RE CLASS E AIRSPACE: Over the past Labor Day weekend I flew in Provincetown, MA, or "PTOWN." Interesting drone issues on the very tip of Cape Cod. a town that swells to many thousands of day trippers and summer residents, guests far beyond its base population. PTOWN supports a very active PVC airport, called Ptown Municipal Airport, aka "MUNI." Ptown is officially in Echo Airspace, "unregulated under 700" feet but according to the sectional: down to 500 AGL. However "unregulated" aside, the double whammy is the airport proximity, as it is very close to anywhere in town. But its easy to stay away from it as it is on the far end of "Race Point." . One restrictive bit of geography is the entire area features the National Cape Cod Seashore, a National Park, which prohibits all drone over flights, launching or landing in the National Seashore. And the sectionals clearly show those boundaries. There are sections of Ptown where drone flight is permitted, and other areas "down the road" with less restrictions. To fly "in town" the MUNI airport requires pilots to check in with a very gracious airport manager, Arthur "Butch" Lisenby. Because Ptown is grappling with drone permitting, "Butch" requests notification on planned flights as well as a heads-up to the Ptown Police Department. Early morning flights are generally permitted: hence no people. MUNI and the PD were gracious and appreciative. While I informed both "MUNI" & the PD prior to each flight, they became a tad annoyed at my frequent calls. They would have preferred a "shot list" with times and locations in one call or so. However, I was flying ad-hoc, with high winds often changing my plans. The DJI Geo Fencing had to be alerted to allow flight & became annoying, as I had PERMISSION! And I had gone to the website to register my flight plans but evidently my time frame didn't "take" & had to re-do the request every morning. OF course the big brother of DJI had no idea I was fully permitted by local authorities. LOL. Fortunately wifi was readily available to get into the DJI system, where I was already registered. Hands down, the Ptown Police were sweet, acknowledged they were trying to find a good "middle ground" to insure drones weren't over people etc. Hats off the "MUNI manager Butch and Ptown PD. and Chief Jim Golden and his dispatch PO Sara Bartholomew.
  3. Greetings, My name is Mike and I am starting a new Drone Services Business (www.adronevision.com). I am looking for pilots who would be available for projects we have coming up through out the US (right now). Please forward any information to Mike.Conn@adronevision.com to be reviewed by my CTO. I am looking forward to meeting and speaking with many of you to help grow the Drone Business overall and keep pushing the technology.
  4. Hello, I have been flying quadcopter for about 2 years now. Looking forward to getting better and hopefully expand my business. Bert
  5. Hi, I got a very small drone to experiment with adding aerial footage to public access cable productions. After looking at the licensing and liability, I stopped cold in my tracks. Now I'm pursuing getting a license post August 20th and look forward to adding another perspective to local event coverage. Some events cry out for aerial footage like the "Pink Ride" frame from a short segment in a video covering snow mobiles gathering for a ride through the country side to raise money to fight cancer.
  6. Hello, my name is Jeff and I live near the ocean in Maine. My passion hobby is photography. I wanted to explore, capture, and share images of the amazing New England landscape from a perspective that most people haven't seen, so a year ago I purchased the Yuneek Q500+ and started Agile Aerial (facebook) to share my adventures. I would love to network with drone enthusiasts in this area.
  7. Hi Everybody, My name is Scott Lashmit, and i am a drone pilot! I live in MA and have begun my own business called Remotely Possible LLC. (@DronePossible & itsremotelypossible.com). We are presently in the vacuum of waiting for the 333 exemption from the FAA, but should be on track for April-June for acceptance! We do photo and video for events, and venues, as well as photogrammetry for 3d models and volumetrics. We are also actively looking into multiple spectrum analysis to partner with research universities and colleges, for in depth environmental analysis. In addition to my drone work i am a full time High school science teacher, who is passionate about STEAM education and advancing our public education system into the 21st century. We offer professional development to schools, teachers, and universities, as well as develop standard aligned curricula. We have developed a course for high schools to teach engaged students in a hands on way how to safely, legally, and professionally (in a professional manner) fly drones and develop novel uses for them in industry. We already have one school that will be running the course next year, and are looking to reach more schools. That is a "short" intro to who we are, thanks to Alan and all of the wonderful people at UAVcoach for putting together a wonderful and vibrant community of like minded droners!