Drone Jobs Are Not Just for Photography

The Market

Trends in the drone industry are fast-paced and new ideas are popping up daily.  Industries that are beginning to incorporate drones include beauty supplies, food, medicine, and even organs for transplant deliveries, as well as photography, videography, and inspection contract work.


Size of the Market

The U.S. drone delivery service market was valued at $51.8 million in 2021 and is projected to reach $ 2.1 billion by 2030 growing at a CAGR of 50.4% from 2022 to 2030. Drone delivery service job demand is increasing exponentially, particularly in fast food delivery, product delivery (such as Walmart), medication delivery (such as Walgreens), and even organ delivery for transplant (in test mode to roll out in 2023). 


Training for Professionals and Business Groups

Our clients are individuals who want to learn how to fly commercially and have fun flying.  We work with professionals, firms, workforce agencies, non-profits, drone industry partners, and large corporations who want to integrate the use of drones into business operations.


The Drone Company is focused on safety, compliance, having fun, and making money.  The Remote Pilot Training Program starts at $3500 per participant with the goal of obtaining remote pilot license within the first 6 weeks of the program. Trainees receive 70+ hours of group and individual training, simulation training, indoor/outdoor practice flights, FAA 107 Test Prep, mentoring, and coaching. Classes can be structured as a 14 day fast track program or a 12 to 24 week program, depending on client objectives.