At Drone Universities, we’ve recognized the commercial opportunities that drones create for a while now. We’ve recognized these opportunities for the more than 3 years we’ve been providing high quality, low cost drone training to people just like you. That’s why I love articles like “Drone makers zero in on commercial opportunities” from Financial Times. Articles like this reflect the fact that drones have worked their way into mainstream culture; Today, being a drone operator, is a legitimate profession.
They have been used to shoot weddings, Hollywood movies and terrorists. But now drones, and their makers, are navigating a third path between hobbyists and warfare into the industrial world, threatening a shake-up of the burgeoning $6bn industry.
New uses for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), to give drones their technical name, are emerging almost daily: delivering packages, pizzas and blood; surveying mines; pre-emptive firefighting; even collecting whale snot to help conserve the mammals.
If you’d like to become a commercial drone operator, then I highly encourage you to review our course offerings.
At Drone Universities, we take our training beyond FAA Part 107 and we teach you the skills you need to excel in todays competitive drone market; Learn from the best, learn from Drone Universities.