Drones, FPV, Multirotor, sUAS – your opinion please!


The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) is conducting an opinion survey regarding the use of small unmanned aircraft systems including technologies such as multirotor, “drones”, First-person-view (FPV), autopilots, and aerial video/image recording as well as COMMERCIAL USE of sUAS.  We would greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time. Your answers will be used for research purposes only and will be completely anonymous.

And the best part?  You will have a chance to win a DJI Phantom Quadcopter!

Just complete the 10-15 minute survey and when you are finished you can enter for a chance to win.

Take the Survey

By taking this online survey, you will be helping the AMA and the sUAS community better understand the unique needs of this area of model aviation.

If you need to stop before completing, just save this email and click the link again.  Your progress will be saved and you can complete the survey at your convenience.


Thank you in advance for your time.


Jeff Nance                                                      Barry Elk
Director of Marketing                                      Researcher

* Complete rules and method of entry are shown at the beginning of the survey. No purchase necessary.  Anyone may participate in the survey but you must be a legal resident of the United States and 18 or older to be eligible to win the prize drawing.  Approximate retail value of this prize is $500. Void where prohibited. Subject to all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. You may only take the survey once.  Multiple entrants may not share an email address.  Any attempt to enter more than once by using alternate email addresses, computers, identities or any other fraudulent activity will void the entrant’s entry and disqualify entrant from the contest.  Named winner may be required to provide proof of being the authorized account holder for the entry.

One comment

  1. New technology is here….AMA must embrace it. OF COURSE, there are already those that will abuse it and that is HALF the problem already. They have caused the privacy hysteria of late. AMA still has “members” that denounce any aircraft made with foam and that has electric motors…as not “true builders” and violating the “core values” of AMA. The new technology appeals to YOUTH and that is what AMA needs if there will be an AMA in 10-15 years.

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