DroneUp and weather.com are pleased to announce a collaboration! Our pilots have been asked to fly recon and flyover to capture video that will
Thanks to the amazing pilots who participated in our Super nationwide weather recon demo mission. In addition to all of the short clips submitted
We have received numerous inquiries from our members regarding the FAA’s posted rules for recreational sUAS operations, specifically the point that operators must “Follow
Starting February 9th, 2018, participation in DroneUp missions requires initial and recurring completion of the DroneUp Safe Operations training course. The course material will
Attention DroneUp Pilots: You’ll be receiving a mission alert tomorrow to capture and upload video by Sunday night as part of a relationship we’re exploring with Weather.com. You’ll
DroneUp is closely following the events unfolding in Texas as a result of Hurricane Harvey. The following was provided by drone footage and
DroneUp for iOS has launched and is available on the App Store. Register today! A disaster can and will strike with little or
Chesapeake, VA – August 8, 2017 – Today the beta version of the DroneUp app for Android devices was released in the Google Play
At DroneUp, we want to see as many people as possible flying their drones and enjoying them. We like to keep the tone here
DroneUp is invested in your success as a pilot. Training is an integral part of our upcoming mobile app. We want you to give
We talked about the requirements in Part 1. What comes next? Part 2 is all about… the exam!
At the end of summer 2016, the FAA implemented new regulations requiring commercial drone pilots to obtain remote pilot certification. Getting the certification requires successfully completing a test at one of the 690 FAA approved centers. Why would you
DroneUp is enormously grateful to all of our members who responded to our pre-launch mission alert last week! Your response on social media was amazing, and we were able to support our first responders in service to our local community. Our hats are off
Drones are in the news nearby, this time in York County–about a 45-minute drive from our headquarters in Chesapeake, Virginia. The County has added drones to their fleet of tools for emergency assistance.
Last week we announced the beginning of our early “Friends & Family” beta period. We are releasing the app to groups of beta testers
That’s right – we’ve invited a selected group of drone enthusiasts to try out the exciting new DroneUp app. Their feedback will shape the
Ready to fly? Let’s see: Drone? Check. Piloting app? Check. DroneUp app? Check. But do you know the relevant laws, regulations, and safety recommendations
Last week we announced early registration for DroneUp call-signs, so that you can get your favorite handle before the app launches in late summer. Meanwhile, our developers are hard at work on the pilot profile—take a look at it here!
With an enhanced offering for diverse communities and expanded interest, we’re now DroneUp. What’s changed besides our name? We now have a broader set of features and engagement opportunities for drone pilots like you.
Psssst. Wanna see some cool screens from DroneUp? That’s right, we’re starting to release views of the new app from the DroneUp development team!