What the Micro-UAS Recommendations Mean for Small Business Operators

What the Micro-UAS Recommendations Mean for Small Business Operators With the Micro-UAS Arc publishing their Final Report on April 1st, there has been a lot company punditry, misinterpretations, and misleading comments from those who don’t really understand what the recommendations mean. Legal representatives want to take responsibility for the push for Micro-UAS as a category[…]

Drones Inspections for the Energy Sector

 UAS Inspections for the Energy Sector Last week we looked at the First Responders and Crisis Management applications for unmanned systems as an introduction to a new series on use cases for UAS (you can find that introduction post HERE). This is the second part in that series and one that will shine some light[…]

Wolf UAS Attains Section 333 Approval & The International Community Reaches Out

Exemption 333 Approved! Better Late than Never! It’s always exciting to see who is getting what exemption or CoA amendment and for what activity. Today, I am happy to announce, that Wolf UAS LLC was granted their Section 333 Exemption and Blanket CoA for “flight scenarios for the application of unmanned aircraft safety, videography, photography,[…]

Drones are an Opportunity, not a Solution

The most vital aspect of a successful drone business is not the drone itself. It is  everything that follows the drone for integration. As they say, business is business, and while many large organizations are now beginning to see how drones can help them, their full understanding hasn’t quite shaped up. While engineers and scientist are[…]