Six months into 2017 and here are the top 10 Drone Radio Show podcasts to date. Some really great stories, use cases and lessons in creating a business or pursuing a passion can be found in these interviews. They’re worth another listen.
Number 1: The New Drone Marketplace. Derek Waleko, CEO of Up Sonder, talks about how drone owners and operators can make money with their drones using Up Sonder and the company’s quest to solve world energy and drinking water challenges.
Number 2: Seven Predictions for the Commercial Drone Industry. Jeremiah Karpowicz (Commercial UAV Expo) and Chris Korody (Drone Business Center) talk about 7 key predictions for 2017 and what they mean to the commercial drone industry.
Number 3: The Rewards of a Drone Based Business. Niel Guilarte, Owner and Chief Creative at Wildstyle Media Group, talks about how drones became a part of his business and lessons learned in buying and using a drone, and some of the rewarding experiences he’s had along the way.
Number 4: Drones and Public Safety. Ryan English of FLYMOTION Unmanned Systems talks about how UAVs are used in hazardous safety situations, the value of drones to public safety organizations and the challenges $ rewards of starting a public safety UAV-based business.
Number 5: From Idea To Drone Start Up. Siggi Hindricks, Entrepreneur, talks about her idea (Notifleet) to help companies scale their drone fleets, the benefits and opportunities of working in a tech accelerator and the challenges and rewards of creating a new tech start-up.
Number 6: Training To Be A Drone Operator. Abby Speicher, CEO of DART Drones, talks about how she started the UAV training company, the courses offered and how the company is preparing this generation’s UAV pilots for the commercial drone industry.
Number 7: How Drones Are Used In Litigation Cases. Mark Johnson, co-founder and chief creative officer of Visual Law Group, talks about the field of visual law, the rise of drones in the profession and the opportunities that drone technology offers in the litigation process.
Number 8: THE Place for Your Drone Videos. Mike Israel, founder and CEO of AIRVUZ, talks about how the company got started, what differentiates it from other video sharing platforms and how drone pilots can benefit by sharing their content with the us and the rest of the world.
Number 9: Rewarding Compliance in the Drone Industry. Steve Flynn, CEO of SkyTango, talks about SkyTango, the challenges of starting a UAV business and introduces the concept of rewarding compliance in the drone industry to help promote long-term economic sustainability.
Number 10: How Drones Are Used In Humanitarian Efforts. Patrick Meier of WeRobotics talks about worldwide humanitarian relief efforts, how drones are used in those efforts and how Digital Humanitarians are saving lives and creating new, sustainable economic opportunities with drones.