Drones are revolutionizing aerial data capture.
First responders, construction companies, and the media are capturing aerial video faster, safer and cheaper than the alternatives. This data is helping organizations make decisions quickly and helping to deliver projects on time and on budget.
Typically those images and video had been captured by alternative means such as helicopters, elevating platforms or scaffolding at great potential human risk. In some cases, data that has never been captured before is now accessible immediately and without putting employees in harms way. However, the regulatory environment can look like a minefield for those not from a traditional aviation background. Tests, Licenses, Insurance, Regulations, FAA Part 107; where do you start? And the regulations are evolving as more is learned about drone deployment.
We understand that organizations just want to use the drone to capture the data, the video, or the images as simply as possibly. And our clients' clients want to ensure they are using reputable companies who take safety seriously. Nobody wants to be featured in the news for causing an incident. The only successful flight is a safe flight; not to mention the legal liabilities at risk if a pilot errs. Less costly than crashing a drone or risking a privacy infringement is qualifying the skills through professional training and assessments and assuring safeguards with tested fleet management software.
We're professional aviators and we've trained over a thousand pilots from small to large organizations internationally; enabling them to quickly and efficiently integrate drones. Consortiq is on the development team which will define training standard for AUVSI Top Operator Program. Our courses include online learning, in-person classroom sessions, and outdoor scenario-specific advanced flight maneuver training. More importantly, we stay with you after training with our award winning mission management software. Our aim is to help organizations to put drones in the skies safely.