Pilot Forums is now accepting questions about your first-time drone.
The pilot forum is currently undergoing a transition and will soon be completely redesigned.
The site has been undergoing a lot of changes since its inception in 2012, but it has always been a place for pilots to share and learn about drone development and operations.
In a blog post, the site’s founder and CEO, Michael J. D’Agostino, announced that they have been working on a new pilot forum for some time and are ready to launch.
D’Agouto wrote, “Over the past year, we have focused our efforts on increasing the quality and accessibility of Pilot Forums.
In order to meet the growing demand for pilots’ first-hand knowledge and expertise, we are now working on an entirely new pilot site.
We have been in discussions with some of the best developers in the drone community to help us complete this project.”
While this is a very exciting time for pilots, it will be a new journey for the site.
“Our focus is on ensuring that the site remains relevant, reliable and responsive, and we have been listening to your feedback on this front,” D’AGostino wrote.
“We hope to bring a fresh perspective to the pilot forum, as well as the experience of many of our members, through this new site.
As we work toward that goal, we will be adding a number of exciting features, including more detailed tutorials, more drone news and much more.”
If you’re interested in getting your first flight in a drone, you can find the full list of the pilot forums here.
Source: Pilot Forums