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  1. My name is Alyssa, I've just been hired on as a director of operations to a company called Drone School Incorporated. My job is to get this business up and running by the end of the year so im in charge of advertising, marketing, creating a syllabus etc. My boss wants this to be a 3 hour classroom course and 2 hours of simulator time (we have the realflight drone simulator) eventually building up to use real drones for training. We dont have a minimum or maximum age for this class since for now we are only going to be using a simulator. I was an air traffic controller so i have a general idea of the rules and regulations regarding drones but thats about the extent of my knowledge. My main question is what should I incorporate into the syllabus when i start putting this together. If you guys could give me any feedback on this I would be extremely thankful.
  2. 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.
  3. Here's an article I came across that will give those willing to follow the guidelines/regulations a bad wrap because of some willing to push their limits! "Woman hit by falling drone at sporting event":
  4. Greetings. I figured I would post this here. I recently inquired about Tennessee State Parks and the sUAS rules associated with them. I've seen several different blogs and chat lines that state everything from "you're permitted" to "you're going to burn in hell if you fly that thing in a state park!!". I even received a few comments on my YouTube vids in a few TN State Parks. Below is an email chain that I sent to and received back from a representative from the Tennessee State Park office in Nashville. I recently made a telephonic call and have requested a spreadsheet with all the parks points of contact so I don't have to bother them all the time. Happy flying. Greetings to you, My name is Charley Jordan. I'm a soldier, farmer, and owner of a sUAS photo/video gig called Flying Monkey Aerial Photography here in Clarksville, TN. I was wanting to get a clarification on conducting sUAS photography/videography in our TN State Parks. Is it prohibited and if so is there an official policy letter? Is it up to the park's ranger/administration to allow/disallow? I know that the mention of sUAS, or "drones", conjures up fears and apprehension but not all operators are idiots. We are not here to spy on your daughters through the windows or snatch your pet dog off your back porch. We are a collective group of like minded individuals who want to just enjoy our hobby, or business in my case, and capture all the wonderful sights that this great state has to offer. Thanks for your time. Mr. Jordan, Thank you for your interest in Tennessee State Parks. Our drone policy requires that the person contact the Park Manager where they wish to operate the device in order to get approval. If you will let me know what park you have in mind, I will be glad to give you the name and number so you can make contact. Regards, Joe Carr Tennessee State Parks William R. Snodgrass TN Tower 312 Rosa L. Parks Ave.. 2nd Floor Nashville, TN 37243
  5. While this article from 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. Thoughts?
  6. Someone just emailed this to me from the FAA's website. Thought these guidelines were interesting: