Drone Podcast 54 - Drone Q&A with Chris Anderson and Walt Snider

Drone Podcast - Walt Snider Drone Q&A

The Drone Trainer Podcast 054 – Walt Snider

Welcome to episode 54 of The Drone Trainer Podcast! This week we’re going to hear from Walt Snider, who is going to be asking me a variety of questions about drones. Everything from what to look for when purchasing a drone, to different ways that drones will fly and behave under different circumstances. Check this episode out and subscribe on iTunes or Google Play so that you don’t miss this or any of the future podcast episodes!

Drone Podcast - Walt Snider Drone Q&AWalt Snider is an IT professional and Office 365 trainer based in Miami Florida. He is a photographer that has a lot of interest in drones, and has a LOT of questions! In this episode we’re going to turn the tables a little as Walt will be asking most of the drone questions, and I’m answering them off the cuff. Yeah, no prep so you can hear me fire off answers in real time instead of having a lot of time to prepare. As you’ll hear, I love talking about drones and have a good time in this podcast episode with Walt.

Anyway, we cover a lot of drone related topics, and get into everything from definitions to specific drone behaviours and how to choose which drone to purchase. We start off talking about return to home features, and quickly get into drone mapping and modelling, photogrammetry, drones with and without GPS, and much more.

Most of this discussion revolves around drones with built in GPS, but if you’re looking for another chat about a drone without GPS check out my previous chat with Guilherme Goinhas. Guilherme is flying the caged Flyability Elios, which is an awesome machine for indoor inspections.

I hope you enjoyed this week’s Q&A with Walt Snider from Miami Florida! Once you’ve had a listen, feel free to leave a comment below so that Walt and I can hear what you think!

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