EXO Drones Part 107 Commercial Drone Course
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For aspiring commercial pilots who need a Part 107 license - we give you the full training for free. Guaranteed pass, if you follow everything. ($199 Course Value)
What Is Part 107?
What is 14 CFR Part 107? (2:27)
Remote Pilot Certificate (2:23)
Drone Registration (2:29)
Part 107 Limitations (3:07)
Part 107 Operating Rules (2:46)
Accident Rules (2:26)
Module 1 Quiz: Regulations
Visual Flight Rules
Visual Flight Rules (1:18)
Traffic Patterns (2:14)
Lat & Longs (4:21)
Module 2 Quiz: Airport Operations
Basic Airspace (2:26)
Controlled Airspace (3:13)
Special Use Airspace (4:05)
Other Airspace (3:50)
Module 3 Quiz: Airspace
Air Masses (2:54)
Density Altitude (1:50)
Module 4 Quiz: Weather
Weather Reports (2:38)
Module 5 Quiz: Weather Reports
Basic Aerodynamics (3:11)
Weight & Balance (3:40)
Aerodynamic Stability (2:47)
Load Factor (2:53)
Module 6 Quiz: Loading and Performance
Crew Resource Management
Human Factor (2:48)
Hazards & Risk (1:54)
Hazardous Attitudes (4:28)
Emergency Procedures (3:30)
Module 7 Quiz: Crew Resource Management
Radio Communications (2:22)
Call Signs (2:37)
Radio Frequencies (3:22)
Traffic Pattern without a Control Tower (3:35)
Module 8 Quiz: Radio Communications
Basic Physiological Factors (2:15)
Stress & Fatigue (4:17)
Physiological Conditions (3:14)
Drugs & Alcohol (5:09)
Module 9 Quiz: Physiological Factors
Basic Maintenance (3:34)
Module 10 Quiz: Maintenance
Anti-collision Lighting (3:19)
Obstacle Avoidance (1:29)
Determine Aircraft Position at Night (0:58)
Circadian Rhythms (4:09)
Low Flying Aircraft (1:33)
Module 11 Quiz: Night Operations
7 Steps to becoming a Professional Drone Pilot (3:10)
What is a Part 107 Drone License, and when do I need it?
What is it?
A Part 107 License is a drone license needed for when you use your drone commercially, or in other words, when you use your drone to make money or other forms of compensation. This could be for shooting real estate or using it for your roof inspection business.
Do I need it?
You need it if you’re using your drone for work. If you’re getting compensated to use your drone, it’s deemed as ‘commercial use’, and requires you to have a Part 107 license. Generally, if you’re making money (or getting another form of compensation) with your drone, you need to get a Part 107 license.
You don’t need it if you don’t use a drone commercially. If you’re just using a drone for recreational uses, such as hobby flying or filming/shooting for fun, you fall under the ‘Recreational Pilots Exception’ and don’t need a Part 107 license.
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