Above is Jason of RemotePilot101.com, an instructor extraordinaire. I’m taking an online drone course to obtain something called a 14 CFR Part 107 certification. This will allow me fly my drone commercially. Yes, I can make money.
Today, my instructions were about aeronautical charts and airspace. While showing how to read one of these maps, I had to follow the instructors mouse. Well. that was difficult to do because the mouse didn’t standout from the chart. It was like watching this “i” moving around this whole blog post, not easy.
I came up with an suggestion to make that lesson easier to understand. My instructions comes with an area to email questions to RemotePilot.com for help. So I decided to send my suggestion via email to Jason’s outfit.
Below is that correspondence:
Wayne’s email question:
This is a suggestion more than question. Next, I really believe I will do well once I take the test. Thanks. Now, It’s hard to see Jason’s mouse pointer on these very important charts. May I suggest not doing this on a computer but use the same video camera used for Jason. Video tape a real chart and have Jason use a laser pointer, which should show up much better. Regards 🙂
Just made this fix in our most recent video and will in any future videos as well my friend
Wow! In less than an hour I had received a response from Jason Schappert (MzeroA.com), my instructor. Jason began flying at age 12, and did his first solo flight at 16 according to Wikipedia.com. You’ve got to click that Wikipedia.com link and read more about this young man.
It was a pleasant surprise to get such direct response from the CEO of MzeroA Aero Club, Inc. Come to find out that’s Jason, my online instructor.
Some folks have faith in flags, countries, religious entities and all of that is well. I have faith in people.
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