Winners and Losers in the sUAS Final Rule 14 CFR 107

Everyone’s talking about the new drone rules; what they mean, why they’re important, who is impacted, and why it matters. We all have questions as to the long-term implication for Section 333 approvals, the way UAS operations will need to adapt in order to satisfy the regulatory requirements, and the differences between hobbyist flight and[…]

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: Everyone Wants Them… No-One Knows Why

Let’s Buy a UAV… and do SOMETHING with it.  Drones are fun. New Technology is cool. Buying a piece of equipment that doesn’t meet your needs is neither fun, nor cool. It is a waste of money and a waste of time. Using the wrong product for the right job does nothing but cause frustration and organizational[…]

What Does Registration Really Mean for Hobby Drone Pilots?

Drone Enthusiast Laura Greene of Boise, Idaho, offers her take on the required registration of hobbyist sUAS (Drones). Thanks Laura! On Monday, December 14, the Federal Aviation Administration announced that all unmanned aircraft weighing more than 0.55 pounds and less than 55 pounds would be required to be registered with the government. Of course, this didn’t[…]