I would be interested in connecting with any of you that fly professionally. I have a little creative firm and wanting to expand what I do. Love networking learning and sharing. I am a newbie but would love to pick anyone’s brain
I expect your insurer will care a lot if ever there is an incident. As will the FAA. And local law enforcement [unfortunately]. You already had the 107, the knowledge required has changed very little.Real estate is the biggest market...but there is so much competition that it does not pay much. Average of $200 per house, and they will expect stills of the interior. I prefer large ranches...budgets seem larger. My 107 has expired and I have not renewed...nobody seems to care. I mostly use my Solo as added value on commercials. Shooting at a theme park tomorrow.
I'm rather new to the forum, but am curious why you are unable to do anything for insurance carriers? I mean if you have your drone license and are a CAT adjuster- it seems it would be a great tool that you could use on your losses (roof claims especially). Please explain, as this is something I've considered getting into. Thank you!Hey Michael, great to hear. Just passed my 107 test last week. Spending as much time doing flying drills as I can. My goal is to use the preprogrammed shots as little as possible, even though cable cam is pretty slick.
In your opinion what are the best areas to focus commercially? I am a catastrophe adjuster by day so can’t do anything for insurance carriers.