Raise your hand if you’ve never piloted a drone before, but want to.
Now, raise your hand higher if you’ve piloted a drone before and crashed it somewhere nice and cozy like a treetop.
Yes, I’m talking to you!
No shame in attempting to fly a drone and “accidentally” crashing it somewhere where signal is non-existent (additional brownie points if you had to spend hours looking for it).
Who Am I?
My name is Keith Morearu. Founder and chief editor of Flyver.co – the one and only online place where you can get all the information you need about drones. If drones will have a dedicated online encyclopedia for it, Flyver would be it.
I mean… Can you imagine having all the drone information you need (and also the ones you thought you never needed) in one place? That is a drone pilot dream come true!
What’s in it for you?
I’m here to teach you everything I know (and like) about drones. From models, size, pricing, and even down to the ideal accessories that will make your drone flying experience, well, fly. My corkboard is filled with article ideas about drones, all coming your way.
I also write them as if you’re reading a not-so-techy adult version of children’s books (well that came out wrong). Technology can be challenging to read and digest so count on us to make the information on drones as easily-digestible as possible.
After each read, I want you to feel excited as you close the article, put on the drone-flying shoes of your choice, and venture out into the wilderness that is your backyard to fly your drone.
I already got tired of seeing my fake expressions when I fly a new drone (as if I already don’t know it WILL fly). So, I’m looking for that same thrill, that same excitement, but this time… I want the pilot to be YOU.
So whether you are someone who’s planning on buying a new drone. Or someone who has already impulsively bought one, but doesn’t have a single clue how to make the “fans” (they’re called propellers by the way) go “zzzzzzhhhhh”, I got you!
Oh, and in case you are wondering if the beeping noises you get from your drone is a sign that it will explode and send you off into another dimension… Don’t worry. That’s probably just your drone reminding you that it’s already running out of juice.
What To Do Now?
I’ve got a neat collection of helpful articles to help you start your journey of NOT getting in trouble by crashing a drone into your neighbor’s window:
- Read our drone tips & guides to get you started in the world of drones.
- Read our drone review articles where you will find the best drones to get started with!
I hope you enjoy the content I worked so hard to put together, and if you have any suggestions to make this site better, I’d love to hear them!
Keith Morearu – Founder of Flyver