10 Profitable Opportunities now you're a drone pilot ebook download
MAKE MONEY WITH YOUR DRONE
You’ve completed your free A2 CofC drone training with us and passed your theory exam to get your certificate, but now what?
As a Commercial Drone Pilot you are open to working in multiple industries or you can specialise in a sector. The commercial drone market is estimated by PWC to be worth $127 billion by 2030 across a wide range of sectors from infrastructure and media to agriculture and security.
It’s time to do some research and find out more about how you can make money with your drone, what services are required in your business’s location and what services you would like to specialise in. Find out more with our free guide “10 Profitable Opportunities Now You’re a Drone Pilot”.
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As a Commercial Drone Pilot, you are open to working in multiple industries or you can specialise in a specific sector, the choice is yours! It’s time to do some research and find out more about what services are required in your business’s location and what services you would like to specialise in.
In the guide, you will learn about:
✓ Sectors that you can work in now you have your GVC and/or A2 CofC
✓ Profitable opportunities you can take advantage of
✓ Information on CPD and other training courses to upskill as a drone pilot
✓ Unique and interesting suggestions to find work as a drone pilot
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Former RAF Police Protective Security Operators Andy & Jason created BB Drone Services to provide professional drone services within a range of sectors. From real estate photography and complex surveys to security consultancy and agriculture work.
Supported by Help for Heroes and X-Forces Enterprise, Chris established his company: TLP Ltd – Drone Security Specialists. With the aim of redefining the future of security and public safety, by reducing risk and cost through the application of drone technology.
Daniel spent 7 years in the British SAS Reserves, delivered the world’s highest video broadcast to the BBC on the summit of Everest, cycled for Great Britain and currently works with the world’s top outdoor and cycling brands to capture images of the most extraordinary places on the planet.