Today we're actually going to address a comment left on our Instagram account (@thedroneU) over the weekend from a picture we posted to our training in Denver (which was sooooooo awesome). Essentially, this gentleman was asking (among other things) why would anyone bother getting trained to fly a "drone"
Our question today comes again from Jack in Denver, who is interested in building his own drone. We get questions about this topic almost daily. So we're going to go pretty deep in this show about all you need to know to get started building your own drone. Jack got his question answered because he went
Our question today comes from Kyle in Minnesota. A while back on one of our other episodes we asked listeners to submit a question in a foreign accent. Well...Kyle has taken us up on that challenge. Way to go, Kyle. You started of strong, and then it transitioned into an interesting mix of accents.
Our question today comes again from Mark in Utah. We really appreciate your continued support, Mark. He is asking us about the Skyhero X6 we are building for industrial purposes, and he'd like to know what applications we're looking at using this rig for? We're happy to go through this with you, Mark, and
Our question today comes from Mark in Utah, and he's interested in starting to do inspection work a drone. So he's asking what we know about it, and what are some of the best rigs for doing this type of work? Love the question, Mark, and congratulations one getting into this aspect. We think you'll find
Although we hate to not be answering a question from you all again today, we just got back from NAB 2015 in Las Vegas and wanted to give you an update as to all we saw, touched, tested and heard out there. It can be very overwhelming with so many sights and sounds, but it's equally exciting to see all the
We see, hear and read a lot of misinformation out there about the FAA regulations, especially as it relates to getting paid to fly your drone. Since we get so many questions about how to start making money with a drone, and what the FAA says about it, we decided to highlight a recent job we did. In fact,
Our question today comes from Eric in Houston, TX. He's been flying drones for a little bit, and he sees the need for a bigger drone for industrial applications. Specifically, he's asking about power line inspections, and he'd like to know what are some of the risks associated with this type of
Our question today is where would you like to fly the most, and why there? Paul answers this unusual question on our show today, and turns the question around by asking YOU...where is your dream place to fly and video, and why? Go leave your answer at AskDroneU.com, or at our Facebook page. We'd sure love
Our question today comes again from our friend and student, Kyle in Minnesota. He is asking if he should mount the battery for his F550 to the top or bottom of the frame. Thanks for the specific question, Kyle, and we hope this helps you and other know what you should do when faced with this option. Did