By Jim Fisher 26 Oct 2018 Drones. Love 'em or hate 'em, they're here to stay. If you're one of the many people who wants a quadcopter, these are the best we've tested, along with what you need to know to pick the right one


Folks By Way Of Introduction This Page Is About Remote Controlled Drones

Here FOLKS We Find Brand NEW DRONES For Beginners !

FOLKS Per Today's AustralianAviation.Com.Au Article Aviation Australia has partnered with Remote Aviation Australia to deliver a Remote Pilot course. Brisbane-based training organisation Aviation Australia has launched two unmanned aircraft training programs, a remote pilot course and a maintenance training program. Later this month a partnership with Remote Aviation Australia is set to deliver a Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) course. Those who successfully complete the Certificate III in Aviation (Remote Pilot – Visual Line of Sight) course would qualify for a Remote Pilots Licence (RePL), which allow for the use of RPAS for business or commercial purposes under approved weight and operating restrictions. They will also receive an Aeronautical Radio Operators Certificate (AROC), which is a Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) requirement to use aviation radio frequencies. Aviation Australia and Remote Aviation Australia said the course was developed in response to the growing use of RPAS, which are also known as drones, for work and commercial purposes in industries such as emergency services, the police service, research collection and surveying. “RPAS are already being used as a business tool to access high, difficult or unsafe places,” Remote Aviation Australia chief remote pilot Ryan McMahon said. “As a result, many sectors are ramping up their usage, using them for disaster management, infrastructure, agriculture, surveillance and resource purposes.” “Unmanned aircraft are being considered to move freight and are even being used in a military sense. It’s a very exciting time for the aviation industry and the exponential growth of RPAS platforms require appropriately training crews. Our course ensures graduates will be industry ready, with the appropriate regulatory licences and approvals.” The first course commences later this month and will be held at Aviation Australia and Remote Aviation Australia’s facilities in Brisbane



America And Australia have some of the best regulations in the world allowing a broad range of potential applications for RPAS. From agriculture to search and rescue, photography to pest control we have the space and the need for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAVs) to operate safely and legally in Australian skies


Awesome up close footage of First Person View Formation Flying Lightweight, yet Robust Quadcopters Flight recorder features can be controlled Via mobile phone, and desktop applications Such as supported iOS or Android Applications Can capture 1080p full - HD Resolution Videos

What's the best RC Drone type for kids or beginner's is a common question I frequently get asked

Answer - Need To Be Simple To Build Straightforwardly Easy to be able to be By Hand Naturally Newbies/ Beginners
especially around Christmas time since RC Drones are very popular gifts for kids and adults alike. I'm going to give you some "kid/beginner friendly" recommendations:
along with the reasons why I feel these are good Drones for both children & first-time newbies getting into the hobby.
Drones can make excellent gifts for your grandson or grandniece, or maybe Uncle, Great uncle or even Grandfather


What are you waiting for??
Can't live without a Drone!?
We all know the feeling Below are some handy hints about just which kind of Drone to buy And what you need to learn, and How to get this basic beginner/newbie Drone

  1. Drones Do Crash.
  2. Drones Do Crash 'Hard!'
  3. Drones Can Crash '( Even "Harder!" )

It's The Nature Of The Beast. So Try To Get Insurance If You Can. With ALL Of That Said, Do Have A Good Solid Look At The
Adam Juniper's Videos And Link/
"Adam Juniper/Advanced Drones/How To Build/Buy/Break/Operate/"

All Of These Aircraft must have :

Introduction Of What A Drone And/ Or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle IS :- One Sort Of Drone Is A BNF-“Bind and Fly“; the UAV comes fully assembled and includes a receiver. You only need to choose a compatible transmitter and “bind” it to the receiver.
Another Drone Variety Is The DIY-“Do It Yourself“, which is now commonly used to mean “custom”. This normally involves using parts from a variety of different suppliers and creating or modifying parts.

The Description Drone.This is synonymous with UAV. The term “drone” seems to be more common for military use whereas “UAV” is more common for hobby use

  • SO Cheap !

  • WiFi Bluetooth Friendly / Compatible


  • GPS Compatible

  • Multiple Applications/Uses