This is a reminder that for examples on site surveys, please visit our link in the description below. In this episode, we will discuss flying your drone, setting up your launch site and the usage of the checklist. If you would like to hear more on any of these topics, please visit and click ground brief or give us a call at one. Triple eight fly. Sugou so now, when youre about to begin your operations and were choosing the best possible takeoff and landing site, a number of things have to be considered once youre at the site and looking around you have tall buildings, mechanical turbulence, you get wind tunneling, look around in Your area for obstacles that maybe you didnt recognize when you did your satellite based image site survey, youre going to want to note the wind direction, so you have a nice takeoff and landing into the wind. If you have a wind and a monitor, you can use that to help identify, or here at the airport. Today i can see a wind sock. You might have to move around buildings or identify things that are causing interference. One of the most important thing is, especially in a site with uneven terrain is try to choose the highest elevation position if you can to take off and land from thatll also help you and, of course, thinking about the security at the site and how its always The people you didnt plan on being there that where they might come from, how are you going to control them coming onto the site? Have you chosen a spot that this all works out with? And finally, if you have visual observers, certainly an operation like this would be highly recommended to have some extra people.

Where are they going to be positioned? They can help with both security and visual observers. So once you have all your your uh youve identified your position. Thats the best with all these factors, you can lay out your cones, your landing pad, make sure you have your emergency equipment like your fire extinguisher, never know what might happen Music and then then uh youll be just about ready to do your final. Go! No! Go decisions and begin your operation in this module. We will be going over flight operations and additional tips stay tuned for more now were really getting ready to start our operation and theres, something we have to talk about and thats checklist. As you know, from your training and your flight review, checklists are a must something that i have to bring up as a flight reviewer. So we often see candidates show up with a beautiful binder full of all the documents, all their checklists. And then you have to ask yourself when youre flying and you have your hands on the controller. How are you gon na flip through a binder and reference, an emergency checklist, so at sugu drones we highly recommend the use of an arm board. This is the same sort of armboard. The pilots would use on their leg or their arm, and we have nice convenient size that you, when youre doing an operation by yourself, because you wont always have a visual observer, will be able to.

Actually you practically reference. This information in an organized manner and still maintain control of your aircraft. We highly recommend the the armboards. Now these checklists will cover all the uh important pre takeoff checks, youre, also going to have your pre flight briefing, all the factors youre going to discuss with your visual observers and any other flight crew. You have and then finally, that the walk around and the aircraft make sure you dont forget anything. You can have some of those checklists in your binder, but certainly the emergency procedures, your takeoff and landing. I highly recommend it be on your arm board readily easily accessible and a big plus when youre doing your flight review. If you have not yet done that theres some additional tools, you really should consider for advanced operations such as at an airport and, of course, having a two way. Radio is very valuable information for you or your visual observer to monitor the radio and understand when aircraft might be moving or approaching on taxiways or anywhere close to your operation and even if youre, not an airport, to know traffic that might be coming through the area. Such as low flying float planes here in muskoka, of course, a wind anemometer, is also a very valuable tool. You hear about often some more complex things are the spectrum analyzer, definitely a good to have item and and finally ive forgotten what the fourth thing is cube. The announcer rangefinder, which can be purchased at www. and yes, finally, a rangefinder measuring the locations uh to to buildings nearby buildings, the heights of nearby buildings, if youre having to work in that corridor above a building being able to have an accurate measurement um, especially if Youre filed youre now canada operations to a certain height, its good to check with the rangefinder distances, buildings, etc. A laser range finder can be quite helpful in the following module. We will discuss flight operations and safe flights. This module will be comprised of usage of checklist. How to use checklist and when they are needed? In addition to this, we will also go over upper airwork modules. This will help you with flying your drone safely critically in response to your flight review or your current operations stay tuned for more continue watching and dont. Forget to check out www dot, canadian pilot, a site where you can network connect and socialize with. Thank you and please continue watching heres, a demonstration of a take, a yaw left, yaw right and then a landing and remember always use your checklist. Music Applause, Music, Applause, Music Applause, you, Music, heres; a demonstration of a take off yall left, yall right and a roll Music Applause; Music Applause, Music, Music, heres; a demonstration of a takeoff and immediate control systems check Music Applause, Music Applause; yes, Applause, Music! Now we will put all these moves together and we will fly the box before you fly the box, be sure that your return to home point is set so that if something goes wrong, you dont have a fly away.

Now, when we take off and do our control systems check, we will then fly the box maintaining as much precision control as possible at a height of about two meters, go from corner to corner, to corner of the box very systematically and then return to land. This is an excellent practice and will really find hone your skills, Music Applause, Music Applause, Music Applause, Music, Applause, Music, Music, Music, so Music, Music, Music, Music Applause, Music. Once you have the box mastered and youre comfortable. Well, of course, move on to upper level air work, which is basically the same procedures, but at a higher altitude, and when you get good at this, you can just systemically replace the four corners of the box with the waypoints of your operation. Heres, a demonstration of flying the box at a little higher altitude, Music Applause – hey Music – in this module. We will go over a brief checklist demonstration. We will start with our pre flight checklist briefing, complete and then move over to our other checklist items. If youd like to learn more or purchase any of our checklists and compliancy packets, please visit This module marks a summary and culmination of all air exercises discussed today. Pre flight briefing checklist, complete takeoff checklist check. Gps remove lens cap vo ready for takeoff area, clear, remove lens cap perform takeoff procedure taking off Music after takeoff checklist control, surface check, check altitude, check, positive rate check, gps proceed to cruise altitude, Music control systems, check, yall, axis roll left, roll right pitch forward and Back cruise battery level, rc communication strength check, gps minimum of 12 lock.

Battery 50 comes good 16 satellites lost on the first waypoint Music. Thank you for watching for further information on emergency checklist and a full scope of checklists. Please visit our air operational compliance package. Can be purchased for a small nominal fee? Furthermore, if youre about to do your flight review, we recommend purchasing our compliancy package, slp and checklist package.