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Thinking of Starting a Drone Business? Here's Some Great Drone Business Ideas!

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Thinking of Starting a Drone Business? Here's Some Great Drone Business Ideas!

Types of Drone Businesses As the drone industry continues to grow in Canada and all over North America, many savvy business leaders are looking at opportunities to build up their own drone business. According to GPS World, the biggest industries for drone development include aerial surveying and mapping (37%), aerial surveillance (13%) and security, aerial inspections (25%) and aerial delivery (25%). However, those aren’t the only options for those considering starting a drone business. Drone-skills are becoming valuable in many industries and parts of Canada. This has led Transport Canada to develop regulations around the operation of the aircraft. These...

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DJI Drones Comply With New Transport Canada Requirements For Advanced Operations

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DJI Drones Comply With New Transport Canada Requirements For Advanced Operations

DJI Drones Comply With New Transport Canada Requirements For Advanced Operations DJI Customers Can Continue Using Drones In Controlled Airspace Without Interruption DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, is pleased to declare that nine of its drone models comply with the latest Transport Canada regulations for advanced drone operations in controlled airspace. This allows DJI customers to continue using their preferred drones in these operations after June 1, when Transport Canada’s new regulatory framework for civilian drone operations takes effect across Canada. “Transport Canada wants to ensure that drones operated in advanced missions are high-quality,...

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The Future Of Canadian Drone Jobs - Best Types Of Drone Careers for 2019 & Beyond!

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The Future Of Canadian Drone Jobs - Best Types Of Drone Careers for 2019 & Beyond!

Types of Careers in Canada’s 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 more than $12 billion. Goldman Sach’s has estimated a $100 billion growth for the commercial drone industry between 2016 and 2020. According to their predictions, the military will remain one of the top industries using drone technology at $70 billion. Consumer drones will also see more hobbyists and enthusiast buying in for an increase of $17 billion. Goldman Sach’s also forecasted a $13 billion growth in...

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More Toronto, Ontario Drone Jobs Are Being Added To Indeed Every Day

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More Toronto, Ontario Drone Jobs Are Being Added To Indeed Every Day

Check out these great opportunities! RPAS Drone Pilot - View job Sales & Operations Associate - View job

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The Canadian Drone Institute Will Soon Be Offering Drone Flight Classes in Toronto, Ontario (Greater Toronto Area) & Other Large Cities

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The Canadian Drone Institute Will Soon Be Offering Drone Flight Classes in Toronto, Ontario (Greater Toronto Area) & Other Large Cities

Overview Transport Canada will be launching new regulations regarding drone pilot licensing starting June 1, 2019 meaning that anyone flying a drone over 250 grams will need to get their basic or advanced drone pilot certificate to avoid serious fines and penalties.   Per the Transport Canada Website on Drone Safety -  If you meet all 3 of these conditions, you're conducting basic operations: You fly it in uncontrolled airspace You fly it more than 30 metres (100 feet) horizontally from bystanders You never fly it over bystanders In addition to this you must register your drone.  If you meet any 1...

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