Thanks to Bill for today’s question. As a guy in his 60’s, Bill wants to know if he’ll face a learning curve when training to be a drone pilot. We talk about some of the challenges that everyone faces when starting out in the drone industry and discuss why no one should allow a learning curve to deter them from living the drone life. The industry needs more people like you, Bill! Thanks for the question! Fly safe!
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- [02:55] Today’s question analyzes the challenges faced by older folks when training to be a drone pilot
- [04:27] As an older person getting into the drone business, do you need to rewire your brain to deal with the latest technologies?
- [05:32] Can being a part of the Drone U community help someone learn the ropes of the business?
- [06:00] Is there a lot of technology already built into the drone? Does this make learning to fly less of a challenge?
- [06:55] Is there is a likelihood of being pressed with federal charges if you crash your drone?
- [07:16] How long would it typically take to grasp the nuances of the drone business?
- [07:41] Paul shares the reason behind starting Drone U
- [08:24] Is mastering subject tracking a big challenge? How can Drone U help you?
- [11:00] Conditioning yourself to keep on learning new stuff
- [12:12] Would the drone community benefit by taking in people with experience in other businesses into their fold?