DWS offers possibly one of the most comprehensive training and education aeronautics curriculums in our industry which was designed by commercial airline pilots and flight instructors and trainers who are also drone licensed pilots, on small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) to learn drone technology both on-line and at our school locations. We also teach students how to operate their drones in the field, to obtain careers in this growing industry. We teach students how to start their own drone company inexpensively. This “Best in Class” instruction and materials offers strategies and information that provides the breadth and depth of instruction to be a successful and proficient drone pilot and learn the rules, regulations and laws, to pass the Part 107 exam, required by the Federal Aviation Administration and thereby become certified as a drone pilot. We teach you not only how to pass this exam but how to have a successful drone career.
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Don’t Get Left Behind
In a rapidly-developing industry, both new drone pilots and experienced operators should invest in training to stay competitive. We offer tailor-made classes that cover everything from flying techniques, building a drone from scratch, editing data and starting a drone business to learning the aeronautical information you need to know to become an FAA licensed drone operator.
Why Fly A Drone
At a time when the aviation field is reinventing itself, picking up a drone has never been a more exciting (or profitable) endeavor. Executives across the country see small unmanned aircraft as a key strategy to enhance their businesses and stay competitive. Drones are helping big box retailers keep track of the inventory in their warehouses while real estate companies are using the technology to create more vibrant footage to advertise their properties. Insurance adjusters and utility companies are investing in drones to inspect infrastructure and equipment. Farmers are taking advantage of the technology to help them produce better crop yield. The potential for new career opportunities is unlimited. In fact, the commercial drone market was valued at $3.4 billion dollars in 2014 but it is projected to reach at least $100 billion dollars by 2020 by Goldman Sachs. To top it off, leading manufacturers are releasing newer, more advanced drone models capable of doing things that were considered just a pipe dream a few years ago. Drone WorkForce Solutions is here to help you get your start in this rapidly developing industry.