Drones: The Mastery Collection was designed to pull together all the relevant information that any prospective UAV/drone pilot requires in order to go from beginner to master drone pilot. The two books contained within this collection work in unison through direct information and simple-to-follow how-to guides that cover all aspects of UAV aviation.
The collection begins with Drones: The Professional Drone Pilot's Manual. It is our responsibility as drone pilots to fly respectfully and safely, and generally we do our best. The way to be the best is to be organized and practice a process that works for you. This is a pathway to becoming a professional pilot. Its step-by-step guides will light the way for you, ensuring you have all the information you need in order to take you from choosing your drone to completing your first commercial project. This is not just a collection of useful information on guidelines and tips on flying your drones; it is also a tool to help you gain a strong foundation and the correct mindset towards drone use.
Drones: Mastering Flight Techniques is a complete guide to flying your drone. It was designed to support and guide you as you build on your piloting experience. Within Drones: Mastering Flight Techniques you will learn how to grow your confidence with proven flight techniques that also add to and enhance your current skillset. Many new flight techniques will be explained in order to enhance your ability to get the perfect shot time after time. There are examples as well as numerous tried-and-tested methods for reveals, capturing moving targets, and flight-path ideas for mapping and surveying projects.
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This is not an entertainment book. It gets down to the brass tacks of establishing a successful drone business and does it well. Get your pencil and pad out and take notes. If you're a US citizen, the book may be veer too much on the UK side in terms of airspace and regulation; however, I found it interesting since it appears the UK is way ahead of the US in terms of sUAS entry into the NAS.
Only to serious drone pilots ready to take on a business.
- Robert B
Don't buy if I the US