U.S. Registered Drone Operators: The FAA Wants Your Input

If you will have registered a business drone within the U.S., the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) needs your enter.

Earlier this month, FAA despatched out a questionnaire to everybody who has registered a business drone.  The FAA clarifies that the survey consists of business operators, authorities departments and different customers – anybody apart from pastime or leisure operators, who usually are not included on this survey.

“The goal is to collect information on drone flight activities under the FAA’s small drone rule (Part 107), data that will help the FAA improve the services it delivers to the UAS community,” says an FAA launch. “Responses to the questionnaire are voluntary and entered 100 percent electronically. The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete.”

“The questions include areas such as number of drones registered, number and types of missions completed in 2017, primary locations where the operator flies and types of waivers requested. The survey also asks how operators want to get information about drone-related issues from the FAA, and how satisfied they are with the news channels they use now.”

This is a totally nameless survey.  Answers can’t be tracked again to a person.

“So if the questionnaire is still sitting on your computer or mobile device, what are you waiting for?” says the FAA. “We want–and need–your input.”

Miriam McNabb is the Editor-in-Chief of DRONELIFE and CEO of JobForDrones, an expert drone providers market, and a fascinated observer of the rising drone business and the regulatory surroundings for drones. Miriam has a level from the University of Chicago and over 20 years of expertise in excessive tech gross sales and advertising for brand new applied sciences.
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