Welcome to Altitude University. My name is Brandon Trentalange, and I will be your instructor. Let's get started!
Chapters Include: Course Introduction, Getting Started, Cutting Edge, Additional Resources, What To Expect etc.
Chapters Include: Introduction, Part 107 Eligibility, Remote PIC Responsibilities, Required Documents, Daylight Waivers, VLOS, Maximum Speed & Altitude, Right of Way Rules, Flying Over People, Weight Limitations, Certificate of Waiver, Recreational vs. Commercial Use etc.
Chapters Include: Introduction, Understanding METAR Reports, Understanding TAF Reports, Weather Briefings & Tools, Weather Effects on a Small UAS, Moisture, Fog & Frost, Cloud Formations, Stages of a Thunderstorm, Stable vs. Unstable Air-masses etc.
Brandon Trentalange is an FAA Certified Drone Pilot and Instructor. Brandon has been involved in the drone industry for over 5 years, and when he's not working, enjoys flying his DJI Inspire 2 for fun on the weekends.
With a background in drone technology, Brandon has built multiple drone technology businesses in variety of commercial applications while consulting corporations like Syngenta, BrightView, Ryan Construction, NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), and Caltech University.
Brandon's goal is to advance the knowledge of certified drone pilots in this emerging industry, so you can change the way people view drones for good.
Chapters Include: Introduction, Airspace Classifications, Special Use Airspace, NOTAM's & TFR's, How to Read A Sectional Chart, Airspace Markings, Advanced Sectional Chart etc.
Chapters Include: Introduction, Flying with a Payload, Weight & Balance, Load Factors & Aerodynamics etc.
Chapters Include: Introduction, Towered vs. Non-towered Airports, Airport Traffic Patterns, Right of Way Rules, VFR Chart Symbols, Mission Based Charting, Frequencies & Privacy, Radio Communication Procedures etc.
Chapters Include: Introduction, Risk Management, Crew Resource Management, Physiology, Emergency Procedures, Maintenance & Inspection etc.
The following sample exams for Unmanned Aircraft General (UAG) is suitable study material for the Remote Pilot Certificate with a Small UAS Rating.
You’ve completed the course! Now, it's time for you to schedule your Airman Knowledge Test at an FAA-approved Testing Center. Below is a list of commercial testing center locations.
Each Lesson comes equipped with flashcards that allow you to test your knowledge of certain topics. Whatever your learning style may be, we've got something special for you. Try it out!
The Complete Guide To Obtaining an FAA Daylight Waiver was written for our Altitude University Students, and is used as a resource for obtaining a Part 107 Waiver to Fly your sUAS at Night.
In this E-Book we will review the different steps a commercial drone pilot must take in order to acquire an FAA Daylight Operation Waiver
Study, Schedule, & Pass The Part 107 Exam. Our students have a 99% Pass Rate - Receive a Certificate of Completion from Altitude University and start your career in the drone industry today.