NEW DRONE ADVOCACY GROUP LAUNCHED

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For those who haven't heard yet, one of our very own, Vic Moss (Moss Photography) has created an Org to help be a VOICE for our industry!!


NEW DRONE ADVOCACY GROUP LAUNCHED

Two industry veterans launch advocacy group aimed at small and medium sized drone service providers.

LAKEWOOD, CO, Dec. 1, 2020 – The Drone Service Providers Alliance (“DSPA”), a drone industry trade association, formally launched today. Founded by two drone industry veterans, the DSPA aims to represent small and medium sized drone service providers’ interests before the FAA, industry standards groups, and to educate governments about the perspective of drone service providers.

“Small and medium sized drone service providers constitute the vast majority of drone businesses in the United States,” said Kenji Sugahara, CEO/President of the DSPA. “However, these businesses have lacked a clear and unified voice before policymakers. We seek to fill that role. I am excited to being working with Vic Moss, another drone professional and policy expert. We not only have a deep policy knowledge of the UAS sphere, we have our own drone companies. We know, live, and understand the challenges faced by our industry cohorts. ”

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They have offered a DISCOUNT for all of our FORUM members here. If you want to become a part of this group (and I HIGHLY suggest it) below is the information from Vic.

"You have a discount. “DPN15” (Drone Pilot Network) will get everyone 15% off. It’s now active. Just DPN15, and not the quotation marks.

Thanks again!

~V~ "
 

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Thanks for this! Totally agree. Everyone on this forum should join the DPSA if they want to be able to keep flying their quadcopters. In my view, recreational flyers are at the greatest risk since we add virtually nothing to the economics of the situation. We must make sure our collective voices are heard.
 

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