9 Insights Into Forthcoming sUAS Regulations

The FAA should be releasing the proposed sUAS rules very soon, and they seem to be more favorable than most of the drone community thought they were going to be. This is great news for all the US drone commercial operators whom are ready to start working out of the aka "Drone Grey Market"The FAA will not require a commercial pilot certificate for drone operations.

 

  1. The FAA believes drones provide great social and economic benefits.
  2. Drones will saves lives.
  3. The FAA will not require a commercial pilot certificate for drone operations.
  4. The FAA decided to accommodate all types of drone businesses by adopting the least complex set of regulations.
  5. The FAA decided to accommodate all types of drone businesses by adopting the least complex set of regulations
  6. The FAA considered, but rejected onerous inspection, maintenance and permitting requirements for drones.
  7. The FAA rejected technology as a substitute for an operator's sense and avoid responsibilities.
  8. Drone flights will need to take place between sunrise and sunset. 
  9. Drone flights will need to be below 500 feet.

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