Diana Cooper of PrecisionHawk talks about the company’s efforts to advance Beyond Visual Line of Flight, the Small UAV Coalition, the Remote ID ARC and she’ll give us an update on the status of proposed federal UAS Rulemaking.
Steve Hogan, attorney at Ausley & McMullen, talks about his weekly podcast, current legal issues, why some operators may not want to toss out their Section 333 exemption, privacy and air space concerns, and state and local regulations
Nicole DuPuis, Senior Associate at the National League of Cities, talks about the NLC’s report on “Cities and Drones” and how cities and the drone industry can work together to craft sensible solutions that provide benefit to all.
Jonathan Rupprecht, a noted aviation attorney, talks about the FAA’s Part 107 Drone Rule and its potential impact on the drone industry. Jonathan’s observations provide a good starting point on some key questions to explore.
Tim Trott, Certified Instructor for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and author, talks about his Part 107 study guide and a video course that will help drone pilots and operators prepare for Part 107 certification.
Phil Stiles, an attorney specializing in drone law and the co-founder, President and General Counsel of SkyViewHD, talks about the legal issues that commercial drone operators should consider as they develop their drone based business.
Jonathan Rupprecht an attorney specializing in drones and unmanned vehicles, talks about the FAA requirements for commercial drone operations and some of the challenges that exist in today’s environment.
Nicholas Damron, an Army qualified Instructor for UAS with over 8 years of flight training and operational experience talks about his book, “Read Before Flight” and the need to create standardize UAS training & operations procedures