Increase efficiency and safety with our moving vehicle operations group training

Moving Vehicle Operations Certificate Training Course

This certificate training course covers the many aspects of Moving Vehicle Operations (MVO) using a sUAS. MVO increases efficiency and timeliness of data transfer while greatly reducing operator fatigue and increasing safety. MVO is a highly effective option over long distances or bad weather. FAA 14 CFR Part 107 allows the operation of sUAS from a moving vehicle with certain restrictions. This comprehensive, scenario based, hands on flight training program trains personnel to become team members to accomplish a variety of sUAS data acquisition tasks to perform at peak performance with the highest safety. Get your personnel out of the elements and into comfortable operating conditions. Operations from the comfort of a climate controlled vehicle with a large viewing screen makes the most sense.

MVO Group Training Cost

$3,50000per person
  • This group program is limited to 2-4 people. Contact us at (866) 916-8519 if your organization requires tailored training.

Operations which can benefit from MVO:

  • Search & Rescue (SAR)
  • Inspections of power transmission lines and towers
  • Inspections of bridges
  • Inspections of oil & gas pipelines
  • Post storm damage assessment
  • Mapping
  • Surveying
  • Reconnaissance, and much more.

While Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) operations may be an option, in many cases MVO is much safer, is less expensive, and offers rapid data delivery. Training can be performed using fixed wing aircraft, rotory wing aircraft, or both fixed and rotory wing aircraft. Your organization can decide what is in its best interest.

Promote team building

Team members learn to work together to divide up the tasks properly. These tasks include: start of day safety briefing, tasks briefing, reviewing the inventory checklist, cataloging the assets to be inspected, communicating with the home office and/or customer for general and emergency issues, aircraft maintenance, battery maintenance, pilot logs, aircraft logs, repairs of all equipment, scheduling flights around weather, communicating with the customer regarding their personnel in the area, communicating with Air Traffic Control (ATC) when operating near class B, C, and D airports, filing NOTAMS, broadcasting live video feeds, cataloging and uploading live and/or recorded feeds to the network, dealing with the general public, exchanging batteries and/or refueling, and of course driving the Command & Control Vehicle (C2) vehicle and flying the aircraft.

We train everyone for 2, 3 and 4 person operations but can tailor the training to any corporate vision. We are available for consultation on a case by case basis. Call us at (866) 916-8519.


The pilot can keep the aircraft in Visual Line Of Sight (VLOS) to increase situational awareness versus BVLOS operations. If there is a mechanical issue or weather issue the team is close at hand to take necessary action. A loss of control link is much less likely, and the communication equipment is far less expensive and complicated. The driver will be trained what, how and when they can act on their additional responsibilities. This is best for operations where the C2 vehicle stops frequently. The C2 vehicle driver only takes on additional responsibilities when the C2 vehicle is parked to maximize safety.


For some operations a 3rd team member will increase efficiency, reduce costs and improve response times. This team member is separate from the C2 vehicle driver and the Remote Pilot In Charge (RPIC). The driver can share certain duties as time allows. This is a good alternative if the driver’s time is limited because the stops are too infrequent to complete the tasks at hand.


This is the fastest and most economical method if the C2 vehicle is constantly in motion and data must be transmitted in real time. Team member coordination is taught to the highest level.

Cross Training

We cross train all individuals such that no operator has the same job for over 2 hours to minimize human factors issues. Aircraft testing, checklists, human factors, risk management, identification of risks, risk mitigation, and other topics of safety are reviewed. Students will be well prepared for operations from a moving vehicle at the end of the course.

Equipment Overview

An added benefit is that we review in detail the equipment required for MVO. We discuss alternators, backup C2 batteries, generators, high amperage wiring, remote RF antenna theory, high amperage charging stations and much more. Students will be able to upgrade their vehicles as budget allows to perform as required in the field.


Students will be awarded a certificate upon completion of the course. This course is all inclusive and is a must for any highly efficient and safety minded organization involved in moving vehicle operations.

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For groups of 3-4 people, a 5% discount per person is available. Use one of these two coupon codes at checkout.
For 3 people: UVU-VEH3. For 4 people: UVU-VEH4
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