Operating Under Part 107
Getting your Certification was just the first step. Now you need to learn the nuances of operating under the Part 107 license. Tips, tricks, set-up, flight practices, checklists and all kinds of helpful information taught by an expert pilot will help you fly safe... and stay out of trouble!
How does the FAA define flying over people, and why you can never do it with your drone?
How do I get out of registering my drone with the FAA? If asked to fly over people, what's the best response?
What is the FAA rule regarding flying over people? Is it really that big of a deal?
How can I shoot drone footage of a wedding or property without flying over people?
Waivers for flying over people (with Vic Moss)
Flying Drones Over Streets and Moving Traffic
If you’re working as a professional drone pilot, you should be familiar with the FAA’s regulations around flying over streets and moving traffic. After all, you may encounter points during your career where you want to get footage that requires...
Little Known Facts About Part 107’s “Flying over People” Rule That You Might Not Be Aware Of
What You Need to Know Before Flying Your Drone from a Moving Vehicle
Flying your drone from a moving vehicle offers up a new set of challenges. If you do not streamline your systems and processes, you will end up losing your drone. This blog post can serve as a great starting point for folks who are planning on flying...
FAA Commercial UAS Operations Under Part 107 Webinar Q & A
This is a document produced by a member of the FAASTeam which compiles all the Q & A items from their latest webinar on operating under Part 107. It's an easy, helpful read you should take a little time to get through
FAA Memo to Law Enforcement Agencies for Suspected Unauthorized UAS Operations
FAA regulations are only as good as those out enforcing them. This is the actual memo sent by the FAA to law enforcement agencies across the country.
FAA Compliance & Enforcement Bulletin 2014-2
This bulletin from the FAA goes through details and actions for those who violate new 14 CFR requirements applicable to UAS operations. Know the regulations!