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The Droner’s Guide: from beginner to professional

The Droner's Guide: from beginner to professional
The Droner’s Guide provides the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle / Systems Operator ( “Droner”) with extensive resources and guidance of mastering basic flying skills to meet current and future requirements of the FAA. The Droner’s Guide describes the steps necessary to prepare to file for Section # 333 Exemption petition and future UAS / UAV pilot / operator certification. There are links to a variety of resources and to provide information in an easy to read, uncomplicated way.

UPDATE March 2016 to the many changes in the drone industry and include pending requirements as well as more information about the safety and the new online aircraft registration.

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Reviews

Great reference book February 1, 2015

 

This review is from: The Droner’s Guide : from beginner to professional (Kindle Edition)
This is a compilation of all the information I’ve been looking for by following breadcrumbs on Twitter and by visiting several websites It’s all here -.. put together in a clear and concise manner Good reference for those interested among us in responsible commercial use of small UAVs
Will Miller

Tim Trott Knows Drones , February 20, 2015

Max Flight (Southington, CT United States) – See all my reviews

 

This review is from: The Droner’s Guide: from beginner to professional (Kindle Edition)
When it comes to the integration of unmanned aircraft in the market and airspace, Tim Trott is a pioneer. aware of the current regulatory uncertainty in the United States, Tim has worked with FAA and drone manufacturers to take the necessary steps towards commercialization. This means that he is more than just a drone operator, he is deeply in the struggle currently facing business owners and entrepreneurs who drones as a business tool. That Trott is highly qualified to write about the subject: where are we now, what the problems are, and where we are headed

This is a great overview of the area and it is very good … February 11 2015

 

This review is: the Droner’s Guide: from beginner to professional (Kindle Edition)
This is a great summary of the area and it is very well written. I just spent a few days looking at FAA guidance and various web pages to get a handle on how to go about getting approval to get paid legally fly unmanned aircraft. I came to this after a lot of time, and find that it is an excellent compilation of the important considerations and gives a lot of practical advice. It will read my Consulting Group will be required.

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