aziz alenzi

I want start (New drone school), how?

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Hi,

My name is Aziz from Saudi Arabia.

I am now preparing for my new project in commercial UAVs  training and operating.
Firstly let me put you in the general status of commercial UAVs in Saudi Arabia, tow months ago Saudi Arabia government allowed UAVs for commercial purposes .
There are no companies in the Saudi market specialized in commercial UAVs  ,also  there are no UAVs academies or schools.
At the same time, there is a demand for UAVs services such as training, operation and consulting.
I am currently preparing the required and place.
Because there are no companies in the past, I do not have much experience in this field.
Please help me in providing advice or guidance or provide me with any information that may benefit me in :
Where can I find qualified trainers to contract or get their services remotely?
Who can offer studies and consultations?
Where to get the curriculum?
People do customized training courses such as training firefighters or people working in oil and gas?
Business model ?
Any advice or information, no matter how small, may help me a lot.

 

Thanks

Aziz alenzi

aziz600sel@hotmail.com

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Hi @aziz alenzi , thanks for posting. When the industry was starting to open up in the U.S. back in 2014-2015, I spent a lot of time on the phone with people. I asked them questions about what training they were looking for, how they planned to use drones, etc. I would highly recommend doing the same in Saudia Arabia to get a sense of what the local market demands are. You're lucky in that there are more mature sUAS markets like the U.S., the U.K., Australia, Canada, and many others with existing training companies. You can look to see how others are positioning themselves and what kinds of products and services are being offered, then adapt those to your local market.

What you're talking about doing is not easy. It's going to be insanely difficult, and my guess is that there are already dozens and dozens of people trying to do the exact same thing, so you'll need to stay focused and to move quickly and persistently.

I hope this helps! Best of luck and let us know how things go along the way.

 

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2 hours ago, Alan Perlman said:

Hi @aziz alenzi , thanks for posting. When the industry was starting to open up in the U.S. back in 2014-2015, I spent a lot of time on the phone with people. I asked them questions about what training they were looking for, how they planned to use drones, etc. I would highly recommend doing the same in Saudia Arabia to get a sense of what the local market demands are. You're lucky in that there are more mature sUAS markets like the U.S., the U.K., Australia, Canada, and many others with existing training companies. You can look to see how others are positioning themselves and what kinds of products and services are being offered, then adapt those to your local market.

What you're talking about doing is not easy. It's going to be insanely difficult, and my guess is that there are already dozens and dozens of people trying to do the exact same thing, so you'll need to stay focused and to move quickly and persistently.

I hope this helps! Best of luck and let us know how things go along the way.

 

Thanks, Alan
I have been in touch with future clients who are interested in the inspection of the gas and oil sector.
Can you provide me with a studies or sites that will help me in my project?

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