Client Missions for Professional Drone Pilots

Commercial drone jobs for clients with guaranteed payout.

 

Get Paid to Fly

We offer our pilots tons of opportunities to fly drone missions for clients in their area. Our customers are household names in real estate, insurance, construction, and more. You’ll need to have your Part 107 License (or your country’s equivalent certificate for commercial flight) uploaded to your profile in order to be eligible. Complete all of your profile to help us find you the right paid opportunities.


How It Works

1. Review the available Missions sent to you, noting location, due date, and payment.

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2. Schedule your Mission if there is no due date and accept.

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3. Fly the Mission and upload the assets. DroneBase takes care of the rest, like editing.

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4. Get Paid.

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  • Accept Client Missions Instantly

    Never miss a Mission with push notifications. Get on-the-go access to your completed & upcoming Missions, shot lists, schedule, and more.

  • Fly Your DJI Drone Seamlessly

    Our deep integration with DJI’s SDK means you’re able to find and fly available Missions without switching apps.

  • New Features on Fly Mode

    We’re continually improving our App and updating with the latest DJI advancements so you get the most out of your flying.

 
 

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DroneBase Training

Gain the skills you need to successfully fly Client Missions.

 

The First Step to Paid Missions

Our goal for DroneBase Pilots is twofold: to generate more Missions for DroneBase Pilots and to ensure that every Pilot receives adequate training, beyond their Part 107 certification (or your country’s equivalent). DroneBase Training ensures our Pilots are prepared and trained on the specifications of various Mission types. We have courses for Insurance, Telecom, Real Estate, and Construction Missions, as well as specific training for different enterprise clients.


How It Works

1. Complete Your Pilot Profile

To be eligible for DroneBase Training, your Pilot Profile must be completely filled out, including a valid license (e.g. Part 107 number), drone system information, and street address. Upon completion, we’ll review your profile, determine which courses you’re eligible for, and invite you when needed.

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2. Complete Pilot Training

When training is available, you'll receive an email from us with next steps. This will include one or more of the following: online training & quiz, a quick background check, and a test Mission.

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3. Get Paid Missions

DroneBase Training is meant to familiarize new Pilots with the DroneBase platform, from scheduling & flying Missions to uploading assets promptly when the Mission is done. After you pass Training, you will become eligible for MORE paid Client Missions in your area!

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Helpful Drone Pilot Resources from Our Blog

The Top Resources for New Drone Pilots

Choosing the right gear, keeping up with ever-changing regulations, and making the most of every second in the sky are all challenges new pilots must overcome. Here are some helpful resources to get you started.

Pilot Spotlight: Paul Kassner (Parking Lot Survey Expert)

Read directly from Paul Kassner, one of our most experienced Pilots, to learn his insights and tips for flying more advanced Parking Lot Survey Missions for our Clients.

DroneBase Part 107 Guide

You’ll need to be a licensed, Part 107 drone pilot to fly Client Missions in the USA. Here is our straightforward guide to the FAA’s Part 107 ruling to help you understand requirements and responsibilities, tips to prepare, and more.