Inspecting Hard to Reach Places


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Greetings everyone, I am also a newbie to this industry. I've enjoyed taking the 3-D mapping course and am looking forward to making use of them. I'm currently undecided with the exact sUAS that I'm going to get, so my options are still very open. My intention is to start a business of inspecting hard-to-reach places. Providing structural maps for bridges, cell towers, power cable towers and even telephone poles should be lucrative. Is there any certification needed to provide these services in the US market?

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Richard Rogers

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Alan, a few questions...im in Merida Yucatan in Mexico. But i want to fly in the US...can i take your UAV certification program?

 I have talked with FAA and they say as far as i have an us address its ok...and i can get it. Theres no problem...what do you think?

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On 2/14/2016 at 8:07 PM, hcdv said:

Alan, a few questions...im in Merida Yucatan in Mexico. But i want to fly in the US...can i take your UAV certification program?

 I have talked with FAA and they say as far as i have an us address its ok...and i can get it. Theres no problem...what do you think?

Hi @hcdv. Our online training course is separate from getting what's called a 333 exemption. More details on being licensed to fly commercially in the U.S. here: http://uavcoach.com/drone-certification

Shoot me an email at support@uavcoach.com if you have more questions.

Alan

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