First propellers revolutions for Fly4Me , the Uber of drones

Fly4MeYou are drone pilot and want to earn some extra income? Fly 4 Me is for you. This is the slogan of this service which just opened its service in the United States.

Still in beta, it already wants “uberiser” the drone operators sector. Amateur drivers register on the site and can make offers to individuals or companies that need to make shots, inspect a facility, etc. Depending on the HP driver and tender, the client chooses the one that will deliver. The pilot will receive 80% of the price of the service.

The FlyForMe platform is now open in Beta mode

The missions currently offered on the site Fly4Me.

The missions currently offered on the site Fly4Me.

Will they commercial drone operators to be competitive by fans? 4 Fly Me Uber drones just put its online platform linking drivers / customers in the United States. A form allows the pilot to indicate the number of flying hours, to indicate whether it has a pilot’s license. Then you list the drones that it is therefore that of payloads in its possession (HD camera, infrared camera, etc.). Finally, tick the services that we are ready to make the list provided. Aerial photography, thermography, cinema, laser measurement, HD video, etc. Registration is free and, except if the UAV pilot to put his work online, hard to know how seriously the verification of this profile will be made by the startup, especially abroad. Nevertheless, says Fly4Me have insurance for all flights carried out under several relations made through its site.

Fly4Me-2Currently ten missions are proposed, essentially taking photographic view or video, and a building inspection mission. All are located in the United States except a wedding ceremony to film in Pimlico, just outside London. Only checked driver profiles have the rights to submit their proposals.

Although the company does not appear in the FAA database, Fly Me 4 claims to hold 333 exemption, which opened the skies for US aviation activities.

Translation : Google Translator

Sources :

“Uber for Drones: Fly4Me Connects Pilots with Clients”, PDNpulse, June 24, 2015

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