This is the second in a series of articles on Part 107 and complying with FAA regulations. Check out Part 1 and subscribe to our blog to get automatically updated when the next one is published! This week, our guest blogger is Gil Aguilar, a certified flight instructor and sUAS operations expert who performs weeklycontinue reading.
This morning, FAA rulemakers released a new bill that marks a pivotal moment in the use of drones in the United States. “Part 107,” as it’s called, is a long-awaited addition to federal airspace regulations that makes it much easier and cheaper to operate drones for commercial purposes (like surveying, inspection, and filming). For thecontinue reading.
Over the past 2 1/2 years, Skycatch has experienced rapid growth as pioneers in advanced robotics innovation, scaling for enterprise, and shaping policy & regulations within a nascent, yet quickly evolving drone industry. As the only drone data company that provides fully autonomous end-to-end solutions for industrial environments, we digitize the physical world into actionablecontinue reading.
Bechtel, the largest civil engineering and construction company in the U.S., was granted a 333 exemption by the FAA to operate Skycatch's fully autonomous UAV data solution at construction sites across the nation. "We teamed with Skycatch to explore innovative ways of integrating drones into our execution systems, particularly on the megaprojects Bechtel is buildingcontinue reading.