Freefly ALTA Delivery three-day course
The hands-on Freefly ALTA Delivery three-day course is designed to fast track Directors, Directors of Photography, Camera Operators and UAV pilots with a comprehensive knowledge of the new Freefly Systems ALTA and Synapse Flight Controller and overall UAV management.
- Do you find it challenging to work with the inherent dangers of lithium polymer batteries; charging, discharging or storing at the recommended cell voltage?
- Does trolling through pages and pages of a manufacturer’s manual, learning how to bind a receiver, and set up the low voltage or timer warnings on your transmitter to alert you of dangerously low levels, create frustrations?
- Would you like to determine how and when you should calibrate your compass? Every flight? When you move longitude or latitude? With or without a camera system?
- Would you like to learn from a team of experts, who have 1000’s of hours on the ALTA, when you should use Manual Mode, Height Mode or Position Mode?
- Would you like to fully understand the advantages of using the OSD provided via the FPV monitor and learn how to effectively use the telemetry in the event of orientation loss?
If you answered “yes
” to one or all of the questions above, the hands-on Freefly ALTA Delivery three-day course is designed specifically for you.
The three days allows for thorough coverage of the ALTA and general Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems knowledge so you can protect your investment but, more importantly your reputation in your community and industry. With a high “Instructor to Student” Ratio (1:2) you have access to immediate answers to your questions, while setting up your ALTA for it’s maiden flight. You’ll also have the assurance that your system is fully operational on delivery, and have an Instructor by your side to answer any question and assist with your first flight. Upon completion of the course, you will be given a road map to follow, specifically personalized to you, so as to expedite your flight development, experience and develop the proficiency to pilot in a responsible and professional manner.
The smaller group, allows for more in-depth personal class instruction, field exercise and delivery of your ALTA.
Max. 2 individual students/ALTA