June 7, 2016
Fly4.Me, a UAV service company challenges UAV pilots demonstrate their skill. The company is launching a video contest next week that will give pilots the chance to show the world what they’ve got.
“This is a great way to encourage pilots to be active and help spread awareness about the UAV industry,” said CEO Adam Kersnowski. “Our goal is to create something that is fun and brings more education on UAV capability”.
Pilots are encouraged to submit a 30-60 second video showcasing their UAV flight, using the theme “Freedom”. Although the theme covers a broad spectrum, a pilot’s submission should be filmed in accordance with FAA regulation. Submissions can be posted and voted on at http://woobox.com/jd6zfr. A detailed list of contest rules can be found at http://woobox.com/offers/rules/jd6zfr.
The contest promotes the young UAV industry by injecting excitement, awareness, and creates an opportunity for UAV pilots and enthusiasts to gain experience. Voting will be done on a peer scale with finalists being showcased on July 4th, and a special panel of judges will announce the final winner on July 8, 2016.
Fly4.Me is a Boston-based startup that specializes in providing UAV services on a national scale. Launched in early 2015, Fly4.Me works to incorporate UAV services into traditional methods of data collection and processing. To read more about Fly4.Me please visit Fly4.Me
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