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Matthew Arch

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Hello Inspire Pilots,

I've been in the drone industry for many years, and started Aerial Media Productions (AMP) a few years back in Southern New Jersey.

www.aerialmedianj.com

Our primary focus is on real estate and marketing, but we've filmed everything from World Surf League to promotional pieces in Iceland. Please check us out, and by all means if anyone has any questions or needs any help please don't hesitate to ask.

We want to keep the art of creating beautiful imagery both legal and safe!

Matt
 
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What are the procedures required to film in Iceland? Not that I have any current plans to go abroad, but it would be interesting to see how a current US based company conducts operations outside the US.
 
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Hello,
It is a pleasure to welcome you to the CommercialDronePilots forum.
I hope that you will be able to use the forum for the exchange of innovative ideas and as a resource for current developments in the commercial drone field.
Enjoy!
 
@Matthew Arch welcome to Commercial Pilots (while we do probably have several inspire operators in the house).

Hello and welcome to the forum. We are glad to have you on board. I'm confident you'll find lots of helpful and enlightening information throughout this forum.
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What are the procedures required to film in Iceland? Not that I have any current plans to go abroad, but it would be interesting to see how a current US based company conducts operations outside the US.
Yoursky: Sorry for the delayed reply. At the time I was not operating in Iceland commercially, and the rules back then were much more lenient. I took an old Phantom 3 there a few years back to film my Brother getting married and backpack with it. To my knowledge, you can no longer fly in Reykjavik, but elsewhere seems fine. We did most of our flying in remote locations, following the rules as if we were at home and keeping a very low altitude. Rules change often, so be sure to check them before going anywhere.
 

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