FAA UAS Symposium
Wondering what transpired at the 2018 FAA UAS Symposium? In this two video class, you will learn how REMOTE ID can potentially expand drone operations. Other topics discussed include UTM, BVLOS waivers and Complex waivers. This class will give you a "peek" into the latest developments which are shaping the future of the drone industry.
Drone News - Drone Remote ID NPRM Updates, Atti Mode for Mavic 2 Enterprise, Drone Deliveries
Drone News - FAA Proposes Restrictive Remote ID Technology for Drones, NYC Drone Laws
Drone News - FAA's Remote ID NPRM (Important Updates), Coronovirus Impact on Drone Industry, Drone Delivery, Drone Search and Rescue
Remote ID NPRM – Why FAA’s Proposal to Use Session ID’s is a Flawed One
How the Use of Session ID’s will Result in Compliance & Implementation Issues, Increase Costs, and Raise Privacy Concerns The NPRM released by the FAA has caused quite a stir in the UAS community as everyone from hobbyists to manufacturers...
FAA Proposes Restrictive Remote ID Technology for Drones
How Will FAA's New Remote ID Proposal Affect the Drone Industry as a Whole? Analyzing the Impact on Commercial Drone Operations, Public Safety, & Business Costs. Fresh from the FAA is the Remote ID Proposal for Small UAS, Docket No.:...
FAA Announces New Remote ID Technology...Why are We Disappointed?
How FAA's New Remote ID Proposal Will Endanger the Drone Pilot's Safety and End Up Hurting the Drone Industry As a Whole FAA Proposes Remote ID..By Vic Moss I’m going to start this article with a qualifier: “I am pro UAS Remote ID”. I was...
How to get RID of the FAA’S Proposed Remote ID RULES.
Wondering how to comment on the proposed rules for Remote ID, this how to guide will help you maximize your efforts when commenting! The flight crew at Drone U are finally ready to release our “How To” guide on responding to the FAA’s horrible...
Drone Advocacy Kit
This kit is here to help ensure you are flying your drone legally. It will deepen your understanding of what rules belong to the FAA and what belongs to the federal government, as well as what political subdivisions can (and can't ) do when it comes to...