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The Biggest Name in Drone Racing is Collaborating on Commerc…
Aeon Unmanned The largest identify in drone racing has introduced a collaboration with Aeon Unmanned to assist Part 107 coaching. The International Drone Racing Association (IDRA) will associate with Aeon Unmanned to assist the Colorado firm’s Part 107 Academy, a one-week coaching program for industrial drone operators. It’s not... Read more
The AMA Answers Questions About Drone Registration: Yes, You…
The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) has revealed a listing of ceaselessly requested questions on drone registration.  The AMA confirms that members who’ve already registered with the group nonetheless must register with the FAA. The sudden reversals of the FAA registration program – from required to optionally available and... Read more
FAA Seeks “Emergency Action” for Electronic Airspace Authori…
Airspace authorizations for managed airspace have been a big drawback for each pilots and the FAA.  The FAA has now deemed the state of affairs an emergency – and has requested the Office of Management and Budget to forgo among the traditional overview and permit fast implementation of digital... Read more
Media big CNN has acquired a first-of-its-kind Part 107 waiver from the FAA to fly small drones over folks. According to a CNN assertion, the approval represents an business milestone as a result of the corporate’s newest waiver will allow real-world UAS operations over folks for the primary time.... Read more
This interview is a part of a bigger piece developed by knowledgeable Joe Tally and revealed on Fire Cam’s web site – go to Fire Cam for extra data on drone packages and gear for emergency companies departments, and see this earlier article with DRONELIFE for tips about getting... Read more
FAA Releases First Set of Maps to Ease Authorization Process
The FAA has adopted via on its promise to ease the industrial drone authorization course of, publishing greater than 200 facility maps this week. “This marks a key first step as the FAA and industry work together to automate the airspace authorization process,” says the FAA. “The maps will help drone operators... Read more
The New Approach to Local Drone Regulations: Enforcement
By User Eteru of Polish Wikipedia (personal work by Eteru) The City of San Diego is among the many newest native governments to suggest native drone legal guidelines.  The new ordinance takes an method that differs from different cities’ makes an attempt to curtail drone actions past what... Read more
FAA’s Drone Advisory Committee Will Meet January 31
The FAA has announced that the second meeting of the Drone Advisory Committee (DAC) will be held on January 31. The DAC was formed last year and held it’s first meeting in September of 2016.  The committee plans to meet 3 times a year in order to help the FAA... Read more
The enactment of Part 107 late this summer regularized commercial drone operation in the US.  For drone operators who are working in remote areas at a distance from airports and entirely within Part 107’s guidelines, a Part 107 Remote Pilot’s Certificate may be all they need.  But for most... Read more
Part 107 Q&As: Planning & Executing Drone Flights
Guest post by Rebecca Wilson, Skyward The importance of having an efficient, scalable process for drone flight ops can’t be overstated: It will save you time and money, enable excellent customer service, empower your crew to do their best work, and allow you to scale up as your business... Read more
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