Loveland Innovations, the maker of IMGING, an autonomous drone inspection solution designed for the insurance industry, is teaming up with UAV Coach to bring commercial drone pilot training to insurance adjusters and contractors.
UAV Coach offers its Drone Pilot Ground School, an online training course that prepares students to commercially fly unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and pass the Remote Pilot Knowledge Test under the Federal Aviation Administration’s Part 107 rulemaking.
“Getting your remote pilot license can sound intimidating, but UAV Coach really makes it simple,” says Jim Loveland, CEO and founder of Loveland Innovations. “Many of our customers are excited to adopt UAS technology in property inspections but have concerns about how to train a large staff of adjusters or inspectors. UAV Ground School’s program has an outstanding 99 percent pass rate for their students, so we’re confident this is a great partnership to help prepare our customers for Part 107 rules and regulations.”
“It’s our job to take the worry and headache out of preparing people to pass the Remote Pilot Knowledge Test and prepare them for day-to-day UAS operations,” adds Alan Perlman, founder of UAV Coach. “We’re excited to be part of Loveland Innovations’ growing partnership to bring fast, safe drone inspections to insurance carriers, and we’re confident we can get new pilots up and into the sky for detailed drone inspections as quickly as possible.”
Recently, Loveland Innovations teamed up with DJI, which is supplying its Mavic Pro, Phantom 4 Pro, Inspire 2.0 and the Matrice 200 families of drones for Loveland’s IMGING solution. In addition, the company recently established a partnership with Verifly, a provider of on-demand insurance policies for UAS operators.