Microcopter Part 107

How to become drone pilot?

The combination of low-cost and very high value is driving fast adoption of drones for many businesses. New uses for UAS aircraft include law enforcement, search and rescue, agriculture, oil and gas line surveillance, entertainment, videography, photography, real estate sales, and aerial surveying. Eventually there will be many hundreds of uses.

This is becoming big business—FAST, and will generate many new job opportunities.

One of these new, highly-paid jobs is being a UAS pilot. Just remember, there are requirements to legally operate a drone for commercial purposes. Even if you aren't being paid to operate a drone, if you are using the drone to support a business the FAA considers it a commercial operation.

Study now and ace your Remote Pilot exam

The KING Drone Pilot Ground School & Test Prep Course covers the subject areas that you need to know in order to pass your FAA knowledge test and the material you will need to know to become a safe & smart pilot flying small, unmanned aircraft.

thoroughly covers the subject areas in a fun and easy to understand presentation with short, bite-sized interactive lessons. Your learning is reinforced by answering FAA-style test questions that follow each segment of instruction.

You can even take unlimited practice tests from the entire test question bank!

This course is the result of a collaboration between the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and King Schools. AUVSI is the world's largest unmanned systems nonprofit organization. Serving more than 7, 500 members from government organizations, industry and academia, AUVSI is committed to fostering, developing, and promoting unmanned systems and robotics technologies.

Source: www.kingschools.com