We Educate for the Future
The mission of UATI is to create an industry-standard level of training for the entire unmanned aviation industry. This level of standardization is critical to the future of our industry.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), more commonly known as drones, have rapidly become a familiar sight in our skies. These technological marvels, once reserved for specialized applications, are now a blend of innovation and everyday utility. As their presence grows,...
When I’m instructing students, we usually spend an entire day devoted to understanding how to identify controlled airspace, what it is, and how to operate a UAS in it. It’s a big topic and I like to spend a lot of time on it because it represents a large...
Two of my favorite topics to discuss with my students and other aviators is Risk Mitigation and Aeronautical Decision Making (or ADM). We typically spend the better part of a day discussing these topics and going through scenarios that require us to identify hazards...
With only 3 days remaining before the rule was set to take effect for remote pilots, the Federal Aviation Administration publicly announced today they will delay enforcement of the Remote ID rules for operators who are unable to comply. The FAA said “Drone...
Our team has more than 30,000 hours of manned aviation experience, thousands of hours in UAS, and more than 30 combined years of experience in the aviation industry.
“There’s simply no substitute for experience in terms of aviation safety.”
Unmanned Aviation is Aviation
…train like it
Test Your Knowledge
Do I need to register my drone?
Federal law requires all drones operated under 14 CFR Part 107 to be registered. The limited statutory exception for recreation requires…
Am I required to issue a NOTAM when I fly my drone?
A NOTAM is not required under Part 107 flights. They are only required if…
What are the differences in the types of pilot licenses?
A student pilot license (certificate) is designed for…
Is package delivery allowed under the Small UAS Rule (Part 107)?
Part 107 permits the transportation of property for conpensation or hire, provided the operator complies with all the provisions of the rule, including…
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“The instructor was very knowledgeable and helpful with the course content. I feel prepared and confident about taking the exam.“
“Great instructor who made the training easy to grasp and follow along. Would definitely recommend Nathan for his training.”
“I truly enjoyed the class and learning from Nathan. Well presented information and learned a lot from him.”
Meet the Team
Will co-founded Soaring Eagle Imaging in 2015 as a premier aerial imaging and GIS company to create solutions by collecting data using the latest unmanned aerial platforms. Will has 2,500+ manned flight hours as a 20-year manned-aviation as well as a U.S. Army Blackhawk Instructor Pilot. Will holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration and Management from Mississippi State.
Director of Operations
Nathan worked as the Director of Training for Soaring Eagle Technologies and was an instructor for UATI before accepting his current role at UATI. Along with substantial UAS training experience, Nathan specializes in media and video production and adds creativity and additional innovation to the team. Nathan has a BA in Journalism from the University of Mississippi.
FAA Part 107 Virtual and In-Person Training
The best way to prepare for the Part 107 exam is through instructor-led training and recurrent training.
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