Introducing: The Drone Light Show Experience.

What is the Drone Light Show Experience? Drone Light Shows have been around for a few years now, but the bar to entry into this industry is still very confusing for a lot of people and companies, including the cost, type of drones needed and the biggest hurdle, the FAA waiver applications.

If you’re considering offering Drone Light Shows as a business in the USA, then you're confronting a confusing array of FAA waiver regulations, certified UAV pilot training, as well as obtaining the correct software and equipment for the project. ​We can assist you with online and on-site drone flight training, all types of required FAA Waivers, NOTAMS, LAANC (Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability), as well as Drone Operations & Risk Mitigation Manuals customized to your company’s requirements. ​

Currently some Drone Light Shows can cost from $50K to well over $100K to hire the show, but there is so much opportunity out there for smaller and more affordable shows. That’s our goal, to be able to offer an affordable entry into the industry but keeping the very stringent training and certification process by attending the Drone Show Academy.

The first Drone Light Show Experience will be held at the USA Drone Port Expo in April 2020. This will give the attendees that are looking to open their own business the chance to see the true costs, type of drones that can be used, the training and certification required.

AerialWayz can also work with potential clients including Event & Concert companies throughout the year to offer the same services.

AerialWayz specializes in assisting and developing Drone Swarm companies and projects. We manage and conduct all licensed partners, FAA waivers, training and certifications, support and equipment shipping.

We can assist with all types of FAA Waivers, NOTAMS, LAANC (Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability), as well as Drone Operations & Risk Mitigation Manuals customized to the security company requirements. 

Insurance, Power Companies and Security companies are starting to look into the possible use of Swarm drones to add to their services. As the security industry is heavily regulated by licensing and certifications, the same will be required for using drones in commercial security operations. If you’re considering the use of Swarm Drone Technology for your outside facility, you're confronting a confusing array of FAA waiver regulations.

 

AerialWayzis here to help you and your company's needs.

Contact us today for more information: john@aerialwayz.com