Do you fly drones and have a Part 107b License?
Are you tired of not getting work? (because we are ALSO tired of you not getting any work!)
If you have answered yes, Apply to fly drones here or feel free to email us your contact info, what kind of drone(s) you’re flying, any content you have shot/flown (so we can gather an idea of your skill level) & your city you live in so we can connect you to the right job per your area.
Also if you'd like to include what type of jobs you'd like to work such as weddings, industrial, commercials, real estate, etc., that way we can position you correctly per the scope of the job.
What kind of qualifications are needed to get a job in the drone industry?
For all of their enormous potential, drones are just getting started as an industry. Right now, there are very few people who can claim to have 10 years of experience. That's good news for UAV job seekers looking to get their foot in the door. Employers should be much more willing to hire and (perhaps even train) drone specialists looking for their first job in the field.
While exact qualifications will always vary from company to company and depending on the needs of each position, it seems likely that job requirements as a whole are only going to become more stringent with time. In this way, people starting a career in the drone industry now, are probably going to have a big advantage over those starting a career even 5 years from now.
What kind of education do I need to fly drones for a living?
It depends. To fly a drone, you may be able to get by with a 50-hour class and a training certificate. On the other hand, if your goal is a career as a UAV Systems Engineer, you will probably need a Master's degree.