Progressing after Part 107


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Hello UAV Coach! 

Firstly, I completed the UAV Coach course material and successfully acquired my Part 107 sUAS license. So thanks for the great resource!

I work as a drone pilot for a production company in Georgia, and am logging regular flight hours on a DJI Inspire 2. Additionally, I have extensive experience operating a RED Epic cinema camera. 

I am interested in further advancing my career as a drone pilot, in regard to flying heavier payloads and operating more advanced systems such as the DJI M600, and Freefly Alta.  

Is there additional licensing required to be able to fly these systems? Training available? My goal is to break into working with more advanced aerial teams and shooting, I'm just not sure how to start this process. 

I have done some research online but am having trouble getting clear information. Any tips or advice you can provide would be much appreciated! 

Thanks again for the great course!

Clint

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On 4/30/2020 at 11:17 PM, ClintOwens said:

Hello UAV Coach! 

Firstly, I completed the UAV Coach course material and successfully acquired my Part 107 sUAS license. So thanks for the great resource!

I work as a drone pilot for a production company in Georgia, and am logging regular flight hours on a DJI Inspire 2. Additionally, I have extensive experience operating a RED Epic cinema camera. 

I am interested in further advancing my career as a drone pilot, in regard to flying heavier payloads and operating more advanced systems such as the DJI M600, and Freefly Alta.  

Is there additional licensing required to be able to fly these systems? Training available? My goal is to break into working with more advanced aerial teams and shooting, I'm just not sure how to start this process. 

I have done some research online but am having trouble getting clear information. Any tips or advice you can provide would be much appreciated! 

Thanks again for the great course!

Clint

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU.edu) offers great small unmanned aircraft system coursework through their office of professional education, Worldwide campus. 

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