This is text about the photo above. This is the first in a series of articles on Part 107 and complying with FAA regulations. Subscribe to our blog and stay tuned next week for “Tips from a 107 Certificate Holder, Part 2”! Part 107 was a huge leap forward for the drone industry, with thecontinue reading.
The Main Takeaways: FAA is raising the max altitude standard from 200ft to 400ft Previously commercial drone registration could only be completed offline (with paper forms), but now it will happen online via https://registermyuas.faa.gov/ What has changed? First, the FAA is raising the ceiling to 400 feet on the “blanket COA” that all 333 Exemptioncontinue reading.
Interested in learning what really matters when it comes to drone technology and big data? Join our inaugural happy hour meetup at Skycatch HQ on January 21st at 6pm for an in-depth discussion on what's in store for the commercial drone space in 2016. With the growing popularity and economic benefits of commercial drone use oncontinue reading.