How to Launch & Grow a Drone Business
Overwhelmed with commercial considerations, drone pilots often end up making poor decisions. In this business course, Drone U instructors and long time business partners, Rob and Tim show you how can you avoid just that. This exhaustive course is designed to SIMPLIFY the process of setting up and running your drone business. From getting started to introducing efficient systems and process, we dive into all possible nuances of a small business. Don't suffer from costly mistakes that drone pilots often make. Watch now!
Common FAA & UAS Terms Defined & Explained
Confused with industry jargon? Vic Moss is here to help you out. In this one video course, Vic defines and explains commonly used FAA and UAS terms. Whether you are an established player or a new to the drone world, you are sure to learn a lot in a short time by watching this.
Hobby vs. Commercial Operations
Wondering the main differences between hobby (Part 101) versus commercial (Part 107) operations? This short course by Vic Moss will make it clear to you whether you need to get a Part 107 drone license or not.
Don’t Crash Course
If you’re brand new to drones then this is the course for you. Like we say, ‘Trial & error isn’t a strategy…it’s insanity.’ Don’t suffer from costly mistakes made because you don’t know what you don’t know, until it’s too late.
First Time Flying
If you are brand new to drones, this is a section to watch right away. It’s sort of the “crash course” of the “Don’t Crash Course.” Watch this and you’ll know the important basics of flying a drone for the first time.
If I have my 107 drone license, can I still fly as a hobbyist when not flying as a commercial pilot?
When giving a presentation to a group of Realtors, what legal issues should I discuss as it relates to commercial versus hobby pilots?
Is it OK to take my custom built drone to a hobby shop so it can be certified by a third party for insurance?
Can the FAA Fine a Hobbyist Pilot?
Interview with John Taylor regarding the FAA's Part 48 drone registration for hobbyists being thrown out in court
Can hobbyist drone pilots fly in National Forests Areas?
Can I monetize YouTube videos recorded while I was still hobbyist?
Will the Introduction of New Hobbyist Rules via Section 344 Bring About Greater Compliance in the Drone Industry?
Revoking Section 336 - Analyzing the impact on hobby flying
Prompted by the need to increase safety of national airspace, Section 336 was recently repealed by the US House of representatives. 398 voted for passage of bill whereas 23 did not. Understandably this caused quite a stir among hobby pilots and industry...
Worldwide Drone Laws
Ever wonder what the drone laws are in another country? This is a very helpful and valuable resource for those of you traveling abroad with your drone. Check this out before you go and see what you need to know.
Drone Advocacy Kit
This kit is here to help ensure you are flying your drone legally. It will deepen your understanding of what rules belong to the FAA and what belongs to the federal government, as well as what political subdivisions can (and can't ) do when it comes to...
Recommended Airspace Services App for Hobbyists Pilots
Before you fly you should always double check your location in respect to airports and airspace. If you are more of a hobbyist pilot then we recommend this app from Airmap.com.