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Join our global network of drone pilots and get paid to fly missions collecting data that help create a better future for people and the planet.
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We send out local drone pilots to help you capture high-quality data on demand to detect and predict disasters around the world. Join our Crowddroning platform and take on paid flying gigs close to you!
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“When collecting data for Crowddroning by GLOBHE I'm helping my country allocate resources to where it's needed the most“
What's it like to be a Crowddroning pilot for GLOBHE?
How do you sign up as a drone pilot to Crowddroning by GLOBHE?
Do you have to have a registered company to sign up as a GLOBHE Drone Pilot?
To be able to take on paid gigs the short answer is yes. However, if you don’t have your own company you can register to companies like Cool Company so that you can invoice GLOBHE without having your own company. To fly unpaid volunteer missions no registered company is needed as long as you still have valid insurance and all legal permissions to fly required by law in the country of operation.
Is there a fixed sum that GLOBHE Drone Pilots get paid?
There is no fixed sum, each pilot decides his/her own cost per mission and it is up to GLOBHE to grant it or not. When GLOBHE receives a drone data request from a client – drone pilots close to the request will be contacted to submit their availability and price quote. The price per mission usually varies depending on size, complexity, travel distance, etc, and is therefore set on a case-by-case basis depending on the details given in the drone data request. Pilots invoice GLOBHE post flying mission giving at least 14 days payment terms. GLOBHE pays our pilots via PayPal.
What if my country does not have regulations for drone flying?
If your country does not have an official regulatory framework for drone flying you should still get in touch with local authorities to gain permission to fly and follow the Humanitarian UAV Code of Conduct