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Ready To Fly Drones for 2019 Aerial Photos

Ready To Fly Drones for 2019 Aerial Photos

Most of us in the hobby are looking for a drone that is large enough to support a decently long flight time, hold a camera or other data capture device, and be able to control some (or all) of its flight autonomously using pre-programmed coordinates or real-time data....

Drone Open Source Building

Drone Open Source Building

You can click on the following FPV Drone Parts image and zoom in for further details:   HOW TO BUILD A DRONE | STEP BY STEP GUIDE LINK   After taking a look at the Step By Step Guide above by clicking on the link, take a look at the following content links...

Drone rule takes effect Monday, awaited by thousands

Drone rule takes effect Monday, awaited by thousands

Source: Bart Jansen, USA TODAY WASHINGTON – The first comprehensive federal rule governing drones takes effect Monday, when government and industry officials say thousands of pilots of remote-controlled aircraft are eager to start their engines. Earl Lawrence,...

FAA PUNTS ON THE PREEMPTION ISSUE IN PART 107

FAA PUNTS ON THE PREEMPTION ISSUE IN PART 107

Source: Drone Laws Blog  Photo Credit: FAA The FAA’s recent announcement of Part 107, the final rule for commercial small unmanned aircraft systems (SUAS or drones), has justifiably received a lot of publicity and general praise.  There has been little comment on what...

AC 107-2 – Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)

AC 107-2 – Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)

Photo Credit: FAA         Source: FAA The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is amending its regulations to adopt specific rules for the operation of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) in the National Airspace System (NAS) through a final rule. These changes...

FAA Announces Final Small UAS Rule

FAA Announces Final Small UAS Rule

Photo Credit: FAA These Special Rules for Model Aircraft helps to maintain our exemptions for model aircraft. For more on the FAA’s final small UAS rule, we encourage you to read this USA Today story, “FAA completes landmark rules for commercial drones,” which...