Tag: part 107

The SkyOp LLC Drone Training Curriculum Prepares Students for the Workforce...

Canandaigua, N.Y. – March 6, 2019 – SkyOp LLC, developer of industry-leading drone training courseware, has rolled out a comprehensive and customizable drone-based training curriculum...

What Does Having a Part 107 Drone License Mean?

With a Part 107 drone license, you can now legally make money with your drone. If you want to sell your amazing aerial pictures...

Coverage On-the-Fly: On Demand Drone Insurance Explained

The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) or unmanned aerial systems (UAS), better known as drones, is increasing rapidly. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)...

Advanced Flight Technologies for Drone Pilot Training: US vs. China

Four months before Part 107 of the FAA’s UAS Rule was inaugurated, marking the official start of the commercial drone industry in the US,...

Four opportunities for drone training around the US

Exciting news: The Drone Journalism Lab, along with the Poynter Institute, the National Press Photographers Association and the Google News Lab, are going to...

Why the New Transportation Secretary Will Be Good for the Drone...

On Wednesday this week, President-elect Trump's nominee to head the Department of Transportation, Elaine Chao spoke to the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee about...

7 Commercial Drone Predictions for 2017

Many experts saw the 2016 rollout of Part 107 from the FAA as a watershed moment for the commercial drone industry as a whole....

UAVs and Transport Canada – What will the future bring?

As I type this post today, I wish I had a crystal ball regarding the future of Recreational and Commercial UAV flight in Canada. Although...

FAA Part 107 Basics

Matt King walks you through the basics of the new FAA Part 107. This covers commercial drone operations. Sources come from FAA session talk and...

Implications of the new FAA rules

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently announced its first official rules for commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones, as the rest...

Working Remotely: What to Know About Drones for Your Business

There’s never been a better time to become a pilot. A remote pilot, that is. According to the FAA, drones could create 100,000 U.S. jobs in...

Part 107 Rule a Significant Benefit to UAV Industry

According to the FAA’s Part 107, the authorized UAV operator, with his/her certification and checkups (every 24 months), stands as the legal entity as well...

Drone Fleet Management Startup Releases Software to Synchronize Drone Teams and...

PASADENA, CA. - 08/29/2016 (PRESS RELEASE JET) — NVdrones, a start-up that provides cloud-based software solutions for drone fleet management, today launched its mobile...

Passing the FAA Knowledge Test

Part 107 goes into effect on August 29, establishing the first national, uniform regulations for commercial operation of unmanned aircraft systems under 55 pounds. Anyone...

Study up for the New Small Drone Rule

A new world of opportunities for drone operators opens next week on August 29 when the new small drone rule for non-hobbyists becomes effective....

Coalition Announces Launch of Commercial Drone Operator Directory

The Coalition has just announced the launch of commercialdrones.proven.cc, a directory of authorized commercial drone operators in the United States. The directory was established by...

The Weather Company Enters Drone Space with AirMap Deal

  Today, The Weather Company, an IBM Business, announced that it’s working with AirMap to deliver real-time hyperlocal weather data directly to drone operators. The...