Drone Education Is Essential in 2019
Drones have been around for a little while now, but I believe in many ways, we are still on the ground floor of what a world with consumer drones looks like. Regulations are constantly changing, due to the fact that even the government isn’t 100% ready to fully flesh out drone regulation.
For instance, there are many instances in the Part 107 knowledge test where the sUAS (small unmanned aircraft) Manual is referred to, yet, such a thing doesn’t really exist right now.
That’s just an example of the murkiness still going on in the professional drone world, but the FAA is working hard to make sure the drone job market stays viable, and above all, safe.
The Drone Studio will be offering a class very soon that will cover the following (and will be teaching the most updated information available):
Current Drone Laws
Registering Your Drone
New Drone Laws That Are on the Way
Part 107 Knowledge Test (and the changes coming to the Knowledge Test)
Hands-On: Take Off/Landing, Drone Features and Modes, Camera Techniques
The Drone Industry is ever-changing, so it’s important to keep your finger on the pulse of the latest regulation. This class will help make sure you have the latest drone information in order for you to do your job even better.
Not only that, but since drones are just a tool with which to create enticing and satisfying videos that help build your brand, we want to focus on the art of photography and videography from the skies.