Our question today comes from Mark in Utah. He’s asking hat are some of the best ways and resources for me to check for interference or restrictions in an area before I fly my drone? This is an all important question, especially as it relates to safety. We go through the best and fastest ways for you to double check these things before taking flight. Thanks for the question, Mark, and we appreciate all of you joining us today! Fly safe!
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Our question today comes from Crux in Tuscon, AZ. He has an opportunity to get paid for flying his drone and GoPro because he knows some folks in the construction industry. They are wanting him to fly the construction site, but Cruz has no idea what he should be charging them. So he is asking us what he should be charging for video and/or photos? This is a common question, Cruz, and we’ll actually be doing a webinar on this very thing this coming Monday if you and any of our listeners can join us. You can easily register here: http://app.webinarjam.net/register/729/e36982b1ce. We’ll go through all kinds of options and considerations for you on this so you know exactly where you should start.
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Today we’re going to, once again, step away from the norm and not answer anybody’s specific question. Instead, we’re going to talk about how drones can be used for good, especially in light of the events taking place in Nepal right now.
We have some good friends (and partners) in IR Distro who are on their way to Nepal right now to use their drones and IR cameras to help in the search and rescue efforts. As a result, we felt it applicable and maybe even a bit necessary to step back and talk about how drones are and can be used for the greater good.
We also give a quick run down of an organization called SWARM (http://sardrones.org/) where you can volunteer for search and rescue efforts with the help of your drone and flying skills.
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