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How to get a Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) Approval

Civil Aviation Authorities around the world require that drones must always be flown within the pilot’s visual line of sight. Flying BVLOS operations where drones fly long distances can only be achieved with special approvals like Part 107 waivers issued under the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

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The Complete Pocket Primer on Canadian Drone Laws from our partner Iris Automation

Ah, Canada—the land of maple sugar candy, world-class hockey, and moose galore. But what you might not know is that Canada is also home to an extensive drone community.

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If You Have No Aviation Background Here Is Why You Should Take Your Basic RPAS Certificate First

The Drone business in Canada is growing exponentially at this time. This is due to the greatly anticipated Transport Canada BVLOS regulations that are currently in the regulatory formation stage for full release for Rural and Complex operations Urban in early 2022

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The Canadian Drone industry is on the cusp of explosion in new opportunities with BVLOS

We are truly on the cusp of an explosion of opportunities in the Canadian Drone industry. There will be so many commercial applications and opportunities available to utilize our Drones and their associated software relative to the data sets companies will want to explore.

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5 Reasons You Should Consider A Career As a Drone Pilot!

Have you ever considered jetting around the globe as a commercial airline pilot? Sounds glamorous and exciting, right? Wrong! In this article, I am going to tell you how you can still fly high, make great money, and have a rewarding career as a Drone Pilot! For the last 40 years I have travelled the world as an airline pilot

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Canadian Drone Institute: 10 Tips For Legally and Safely Flying Your Drone in Canada

There is still a great deal of misinformation on social media as well as a clear understanding of the new Drone regulations amongst the general public. The Canadian Drone Institute is unique and quite different in our academic approach because we are professional Drone pilots as well as Transport Canada Airline

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The Canadian Drone Institute Featured On Globalnews.ca!

Students at NSCAD (Nova Scotia College of Art and Design) University will be learning how to legally operate drones and use it in visual arts practice, capturing photos of infrastructure, forests or oceans. It’s part of a newly launched drone photography class this summer in Halifax. Drones, also known as remotely

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4 Steps To Start Your Career In The Canadian Drone Industry

If you're thinking about switching careers or looking for a side gig there has never been a better time to get started in the Canadian Drone Industry. The North American drone industry continues to expand and grow in both the U.S. and Canada. In fact, by 2021, BI Intelligence has predicted that drone sales will be

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