The FAA has published the Part 107 rules light drone use for commercial purposes including photography and video. Treetop Academy will help you prepare to take the FAA written examination to obtain your Remote Pilot Airman Certificate with a Small UAS Rating.
Treetop Academy will prepare you with the training that you will need to satisfy the FAA requirements for light drone flight.
You don't have to be a photographer or videographer to use drone aircraft as a camera platform. Real estate agents, farmers, miners, law enforcement... the possible uses for aerial imaging are many. New technology is making aerial photography and videography more accessible than ever, but it's important to know the laws, rules, and best practices to ensure your success.
Your Treetop Academy instructors are experienced flight instructors.
is an FAA certified Commercial pilot with instrument and flight instructor ratings. Also he is a photographer and videographer who has built and flown custom multirotor aircraft for three years. Prior to this he has taken aerial photographs from conventional fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters. Stephen has hundreds of hours of multirotor flight time under his belt, and most recently with the DJI Phantom series of aircraft.
We're looking for instructors to join us. You will be part of the team to develop and teach the Academy classroom curriculum. If you are a pilot with drone flight experience and want to help others learn to fly drones safely and within the legal bounds of the FAA rules, click here to learn more about what we have planned.
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Lesson 1 describes the National Airspace System and an introduction to Sectional Aeronautical Charts.
Treetop Academy of Drone Flight will prepare you to take the FAA written test to obtain your Small UAS certificate.
How to get your UAS (drone) Remote Pilot Certificate (license), and legally make money flying it.