Drone Regulation and Licensing Evolve, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

  In August 2016, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released a set of regulations and requirements for business use of small, unmanned aircraft weighing less than 55 pounds.  The rules, referred to as “Part 107,” require certification of drone pilots (who must pass a test on aeronautical knowledge) and general safety guidelines for flying drones during daylight hours or with anti-collision lighting during twilight hours, keeping below altitudes of 400 feet and staying below a maximum speed of 100 mph.  Pilots must keep the drone in sight, are not allowed to fly more than one unit at a time…

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