Hobby vs. Commercial Operations
Wondering the main differences between hobby (Part 101) versus commercial (Part 107) operations? This short course by Vic Moss will make it clear to you whether you need to get a Part 107 drone license or not.
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!
Part 107 FAQ - Your Drone Certificate Questions Answered
What is Part 107? Unless you have been living under a rock for the last 3 years, you've likely heard the term “Part 107." The rising popularity of drones for commercial applications prompted the FAA to come out with Part 107 regulations in 2016. Under...
FAA Grants State Farm Insurance the First ever National BVLOS Drone Waiver
State Farm has been granted a Part 107 waiver by the FAA to conduct BVLOS operations on a national scale till November 2022. This is certainly a historic achievement. Using drone technology, State Farm can react in a more nimble manner to assess damages...
How to Register for and Pass Your Part 107 Recency Exam
The FAA is notoriously ambiguous on many topics related to UAS operations, and the process to renew a part 107 remote pilot certificate is no different. The agency now has official guidance published on what the new standards for recertification are....
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.