Too Poor for Grad School Rant
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- Leave them birds alone! Mess with the terns, get the burns. Just a reminder that conservation requires that drones follow the Star Trek rule. Drones are loud. They bother animals and disrupt breeding when operated without a plan that aligns with conservation efforts.
- Occupational outlook for fiber optic installation. I have not been able to find a way to afford a teaching program. I could borrow, double my debt, which is absurdly high, or I look at vo-tech and get a certificate in something that people need. Ikigai is brutal. The forecast for growth in social work, mental health education, and nursing is huge, no doubt compounded by the Covid and Boomers retiring, a one-two punch. The need for teachers is staggering. When the US decided to no longer forgive grad students’ debt after teaching for a couple of years, five years, what have you. I wonder if that had anything to do with it.
Pittsburgh economic woes
Pittsburgh lost 50,000 jobs over the past 5 years. Maybe if someone invests in my research, I could transform the 1,686 sq. mile area proposed in my research to build a medical drone service network for the US. I had originally provided an accounting suite for the start-up, but variable costs would cause me to go back and look at vendors, procurement, revisit grantors, etc.
A simple online search engine “medical drone” shows interest in the field blowing up in 2022. The term has its own Wikipedia page. Imagine if the world had seized upon my idea before the pandemic. So, it might, just might be helpful to grow up and accept the fact that the next pandemic would be more easily managed with medical supply logistics that costs less, that saves lives, and requires less material cost to produce, operate, or support. That’s just me, jawin’ on that dead horse I keep beating.
Part 135 Carrying stuff with drones. This is the certification process overview. Imagine losing a stool sample over a gated community. Wouldn’t be a good day. There’s no way I could accomplish this task of expanding the service nationwide all alone. The handful of people spearheading the BEYOND program are spread out across the country. Our country is sort of eaten up with lawyers, though, so the real tests are happening outside of US soil. Ask Zipline how “progressive” the US is with advancing this technology.
I would need an aeronautics engineer, a programmer, someone working in mechatronics, administrative support, and finance/legal. For every position, an intern. Growth imminent. If I had a small team, I could feasibly move to patent and develop the service within a year. I would be eating/sleeping in the lab if I could deliver a stipend to my family to cover bills. The money is not the issue. The US has money.
Maybe some of you remember UASIPP in 2016-2017, its a push to establish leads for industry growth in commercial applications. Maybe some of you remember UASSC, a standards-seeking group that was trying to tie in with global markets that benefit from ISO 9000 acquisition. Now UASIPP has moved BEYOND what was possible in 2016.
I have seen an incredible amount of progress in the development of BVLOS drones. I just can’t afford anything because Pittsburgh is bleeding people and jobs. I am offering a solution that captures regional wealth, education, healthcare trends.
I had read the account of a pathologist moving lab samples through JFK, and I thought, hey, I could do it better. I contacted the scientist, interviewed her, and built upon her recommendations. That was 2018. That was before, say, TBS Crossfire lit my world with incandescent fury.
I would like to see Skydio2 buy Crossfire, because it needs a manufacturer installation. The FAA has developed an advisory circular on the declaration of compliance process for remote ID of drones. “This advisory circular 89-2 provides guidance on the declaration of compliance process described in part 89 and outlines the required information for submitting a declaration of compliance. Please visit our DOC website to submit a declaration of compliance” curtesy of FAA (Remote ID for Industry and Standards Bodies | Federal Aviation Administration (faa.gov)
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I wrote a letter of introduction to a local school district as a drone service provider. I explained what I do, the industry value, outlook, typical workflow, flight plan for filming a 200m and 400 m track and field race. Dying to film a 200m. A race from the 2000 Olympics is still fresh in my mind. I want to capture a local runner who might qualify for the Olympics with a spectacular angle. I have been studying the recurrent knowledge test course offered through FAA Safety.
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