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FAA NPRM Now Open For Comments

FAA NPRM Now Open For Comments Until April 15thFAA

FAA NPRM Now Open For Comments Until April 15th Last week, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) posted a rule in the Federal Register requiring small drone owners to display the FAA-issued registration number on an outside surface of the aircraft. Owners and operators may no longer place or write registration numbers in an interior compartment. The rule is effective on February 23. The markings must…

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FAA Announces Change To Drone Requirements

FAA Announces Change To Drone Requirements, Includes Displaying an ID Number on Your DroneFAA

FAA Announces Change To Drone Requirements, Includes Displaying an ID Number on Your Drone The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has posted a rule in the Federal Register requiring small drone owners to display the FAA-issued registration number on an outside surface of the aircraft. Owners and operators may no longer place or write registration numbers in an interior compartment. The rule is effective…

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TONIGHT * FREE WEBINAR: Airspace Authorizations

Gold Seal Hosts FREE WEBINAR: AIRSPACE AUTHORIZATIONSGold Seal

GOLD SEAL HOSTS FREE WEBINAR: Airspace Authorizations Tonight at 8 pm Learn How To Get Airspace Authorizations In NO TIME! Gold Seal is hosting a FREE webinar tonight, February 12th, 2019 at 8:00 pm EST. Join Russell Still and his special guest Robert Wilhite as they talk about the ins and outs of Airspace Authorizations, FAA DroneZone, and LAANC.  Ask your questions LIVE…

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Interference Test Could Cause Problems With GPS In The Southeast

Interference Test Could Cause Problems With GPS In The Southeast Between February 6-10AOPA // Graphic generated with TARGETS software courtesy of MITRE

Interference Test Could Cause Problems With GPS In The Southeast Between February 6-10 AOPA CALLS FAA’S RESPONSE TO FLIGHT SAFETY RISK UNACCEPTABLE GPS-based services including Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B), the Ground Based Augmentation System, and the Wide Area Augmentation System could also be lost in a radius extending several hundred miles from the offshore operation’s center, the FAA said. AOPA…

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AMA Responds To Proposed FAA NPRM

AMA Responds To Proposed FAA NPRMVal Vesa // @adspedia

AMA Responds To Proposed FAA NPRM, Proposed FAA Drone Rules Will Have Little Impact On Hobbyists On January 14, 2019, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) published a notice of proposed rulemaking on the Operation of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems over People and an advance notice of proposed rulemaking on Safe and Secure Operations of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems. AMA’s executive director,…

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FAA Responds To Technology Moving At The Speed of Innovation

The FAA Responds To Technology Moving At The Speed of Innovation and Expands The Activities Permitted Under Part 107asoggetti

The FAA Responds To Technology Moving At The Speed of Innovation and Expands The Activities Permitted Under Part 107 On June 28, 2016, the FAA published the highly anticipated set of rules allowing people to begin conducting routine civil small UAS operations. The rule established a new part in the Code of Federal Regulations, 14 CFR part 107 or part…

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ParaZero Announces Second BVLOS Waiver

ParaZero Announces Second BVLOS Waiver and FOSShareGrid

ParaZero Announces Second BVLOS Waiver and FOS Drone safety systems company, ParaZero Technologies Ltd, announced today that its customer, Airobotics, has secured a Certificate of Waiver (CoW) from the Federation Aviation Authority (FAA) that allows them to fly Beyond Visual Line of Sight for automated drone operations over people. Airobotics‘ drone system integrates ParaZero’s SafeAir System for increased safety and…

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State Farm Granted FAA Waiver For What?

State Farm Granted FAA Waiver for Damage Assessment Drone FlightsState Farm

State Farm Granted FAA Waiver For Damage Assessment Drone Flights, The First-Ever State Farm has been granted the first national waiver to any company in the U.S. by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The national waiver allows State Farm to conduct drone operations over people (OOP) and flights beyond the pilot’s visual line of sight (BVLOS) through November 2022. Previous…

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Drone Manufacturers Must Regulate Themselves

FAA: Drone Manufacturers Must Regulate Themselves Joshua Fuller

FAA: Drone Manufacturers Must Regulate Themselves Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick published an article on jdsupra.com discussing how the FAA is forcing drone manufactures to self-regulate. In October of 2018, the Federal Aviation Authority Reauthorization 2018 Act was signed into law.  The new law comes with a set of regulations which for the first time extend the FAA’s authority over the manufacturers of…

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Drone Safety 101 From Buzzy The Drone

Drone Safety 101 - New Safety Video From The FAAFAA

Drone Safety 101 – New Safety Video From The FAA It should come as no surprise that drones are once again one of the hottest items on everyone’s Christmas lists. Drone technology is awesome and can be used for many different purposes. But there is one HUGE problem with drones. Drone safety. This includes knowledge on drone regulations and operating drones…

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