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  What To Know Before   
 Becoming A Drone Pilot

There are so many opportunities presented 
by  drone  technology  today  and  the 
demand for experienced pilots for military 
and  commercial  jobs  is  on  the  rise.  This 
guide  elaborates  how  to  become  a  drone 
pilot under modern rules.

       Requirements for           
     operating drone for hire
Pilots  operating  commercial  drones  are 
required  to  have  a  remote  pilot 
certificate.  Every  pilot  should  be  sixteen 
years  old  and  above  and  must  pass  a 
basic test in aeronautical technology from 
any  approved  drone  training  institution. 
The other requirement is attainment of a 
certificate  in  unmanned  aircraft  system 
training  which  is  offered  by  the  state’s 
aviation  authority  body.  Also,  there  are 
strict  rules  concerning  insurance  of 
unmanned  aircraft  operations.  A  lot  of 
colleges  are  offering  Science  degrees  in 
drone  operation  and  many  more 
institutions 
are 
giving 
drone operator training  in  autonomous 
vehicle  operations,  all  of  which  are 
verified  by  international  accreditation 
bodies.  To  work  as  an  army  pilots  you 
need conventional pilot experience.

Operational limitations   
           of drones
One  of  the  rules  regarding  drone 
operation  stipulates  that  any  UAS 
should  not  exceed  55  pounds  and 
should fly within 400feet off the earth. 
Drones  should  only  be  flown  during 
daytime  in  the  airspace  ‘class  G’.  A 
drone  pilot  must  always  maintain  a 
straight  line  of  sight.  These  rules  are 
in  the  constitutional  laws  for  specific 
missions  and  all  pilots  ought  to  know 
because ignorance has no defense. 

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