Common FAA & UAS Terms Defined & Explained
Confused with industry jargon? Vic Moss is here to help you out. In this one video course, Vic defines and explains commonly used FAA and UAS terms. Whether you are an established player or a new to the drone world, you are sure to learn a lot in a short time by watching this.
Phantom 4 Pro Don't Crash Course
Buying a new, expensive drone and then crashing it right away...well that just sucks! Let us help you make sure that does NOT happen with our Don't Crash Course made specifically for all you P4 Pro pilots. Watch this before you launch and you'll be off to a much safer start.
How to Capture Action Sports in the Best Possible Way Without Blurring the Subject
Can I Use My Drone to Shoot a Football Game?
The FAA Releases Proposed Rules for Flight over People, Night Ops and Much More
How the FAA Reauthorization Bill Will Bring Greater Value to the Drone Industry with Brendan Schulman
2019 NPRM for UAS Rules, and What It All Means
Last week, the Department of Transportation put out a Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) for changing some aspects of 14 CFR Part 107 rules. And fair warning, this article will be a bit longer than most of our Drone U articles. Parts of this NPRM...
The 2018 FAA Reauthorization Act's Potential Impact on the Drone Industry
Analyzing Pros and Cons of the 2018 FAA Reauthorization Bill Introduction Recently Representative Shuster introduced the 2018 FAA Reauthorization Bill. This Bill can impact commercial drone operations in a significant manner. Bear in mind that is a...
Drone Pilot Field Kit
This "kit" is an important & helpful "tool" for any serious drone pilot as it contains documents best suited for handling questions & concerns raised by others not familiar with drone legalities. You should keep a copy of this on you at all times...
US Drone Laws by State
If you are in the United States and are unsure of the laws for each State then this is where you need to look. Know the variance in laws from State to State before you assume they are similar. You know what assuming does...don't be that person.
As a drone pilot, you are expected and required to do a pre-flight checklist any time you fly your drone. This is a thorough list of things you have to check, and others that we recommend.