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Part 2 – How to get your part 107 drone license – A step by step guide

all right so Part 2 – I kind of want to talk about getting your drone license and what you should so as I was saying the rules are changing really fast and I really believe that soon honestly if you don't have your own license you're gonna be really limited to what you can do with your drone even just as flying it around your house if you get your own license then you know you really can take full advantage of your footage if you ever want to sell it or use it to promote a business or […]

17. Small UAS Operations

you my name is Michael Holsworth as Phillips you guys in advance for giving me the opportunity to for lack of better turns drone on about drones for about a half hour here today I'll briefly be covering the part 107 guidelines the differences between hobby flying and 107 commercial flying different policies procedures and my experience thus far in the industry at any time if you guys have any questions feel free to interrupt I don't mind and I'm going to leave some time at the end for questions and if any you guys want to come up and […]

How does a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) Affect my Drone Flight?

Welcome everyone to the FAA’s webinar series on airspace for UAS operators. My name is Kevin Morris and I'm an Aviation Safety Inspector with the Federal Aviation Administration. And also a subject matter expert on drone operations. Today's webinar will be divided into two segments. The first will be the presentation on airspace restrictions and Notices to Airmen (NOTAM), and the second will provide an opportunity to have your questions answered live on the air. I am joined today by a team of FAA subject matter experts who are ready to take your questions throughout the webinar. If you have […]

FAA and the RC/Drone Pilot The 11 Rules

Hi, i’m tim welcome to my channel in this video we’re going to go over the faa’s 11 rules that recreational rc pilots must follow. Let’S get to it, as i mentioned in the intro, we’re going to go over the 11 rules that the faa has published, that all recreational rc pilots should uh be following with rc pilots. I use that at shorthand for people that fly fixed-wing airplanes, particularly at club fields. Rc pilots can also include drone pilots that fly the more common quadcopters. The history of the involvement of the faa with the rc modeling […]

REMOTE ID: What every drone pilot needs to know

Hey you’re watching gm6 drone mapping uh today we’re going to talk about some of the uh, some of the new laws that are going to be coming out that the faa has been working on and uh, i’m going to be talking with vic moss, who has a Photography company and is in uh is involved in this process. I believe since the beginning, and then we’re also going to talk with scott stoffman, who is a licensed attorney but is not practicing and he’s involved in the uas industry. He does a lot of consulting. So i wanted […]

Want to fly your drone at night? Learn how you can with an FAA waiver!

Hello, everyone, welcome back to the summer webinar series presented by the Federal Aviation Administration. I'm Kevin Morris. I work in flight standards, and I'll be your host again today for part two of our double feature week on Daylight Waiver Applications for Part 107 operations. So, today we're going to talk about a few things related specifically to Daylight Waiver Applications. It's a continuation of Part 1. Part 1 was started on Tuesday, and so, this would be the Part II follow up for that. Again, just a reminder on the basics, the audio is gonna be through your […]

NEW FAA RULE ON DRONE REMOTE ID / EVERY DRONE PILOT NEEDS TO SEE THIS

by Jose
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  It is a lovely day out here – and this is a short video about the new press release that the FAA sent out yesterday, the faith it is concerning remote identification, so it has selected eight companies that it has been working with veterans since 2008 in December 2018 To come up with some kind of method of identifying drones while airborne the interesting thing about it, is that once you go airborne, we had drawn drones will be able to transmit to some central system that those eight companies will be working on and the eight companies […]

Drone Pilot Ground School Giveaway # 2 – Casepro battery sleeve – dji phantom 4 discount

Everyone delinquents here short video today time for a giveaway, let’s hop right into it. Music, I sort of day I’m doing my second drone pilot ground school, calm giveaway. So if you subscribe to drone pilot ground school comm through bill Nichols TV, thank you so much help support channel just a little bit just his background. I subscribed to and went through the drum pod ground school comm curriculum that’s. My 107 on the first try. I know a lot of people have without going through an online course, but for me at that style of learning helped […]

Drone Pilot Training: Physiological Factors

by Jose
https://youtu.be/6KJG7HLaDoU Stress, is the body’s response to physical and psychological demands placed on it. The body’s reaction to stress includes releasing chemical hormones such as adrenaline into the blood and increasing metabolism, to provide more energy to the muscles blood, sugar, heart rate, respiration, blood pressure and perspiration. All increase stress falls into two broad categories: acute and chronic. Acute stress involves an immediate threat that is perceived as danger. This is the type of stress that triggers a fight-or-flight response in an individual whether the threat is real or imagined. Normally, a healthy person can cope with acute stress […]

Drone Pilot Training: Decision Making

This tutorial will discuss aeronautical decision-making, aeronautical decision-making, ADM is decision-making in a unique environment aviation. It is a systematic approach to the mental process used by pilots to consistently determine the best course of action in response to a given set of circumstances. It is what a pilot intends to do based on the latest information he or she has the importance of learning and understanding effective Adm skills cannot be overemphasized while progress is continually being made in the advancement of pilot training methods, aircraft, equipment and systems and services for Pilots accidents still occur, despite all the […]