Part 107 – Myth, Truth, & The Real World


Part 107 - Myth, Truth, Real World Thank you to SF Drone School owner and FAAST Team Drone Pro Werner Von Stein.  These are helpful to all pilots for Safety Resources Management (SRM). This report is for small UAS incidents only. The report is used to collect data to identify safety concerns or issues to promote a healthy safety culture. This report is required anytime an incident occurs. An incident is any situation that results in abnormal operation of the drone / UAS. This includes loss of control, flyaway, or any situation that results in minor injury or [...]

Part 107 – Myth, Truth, & The Real World2020-12-01T19:08:56+00:00

NC State Presents Wolf Eyes in the Sky


Wolf Eyes in the Sky Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fly at nighttime? Can you legally fly at night? Are there any special safety aspects to keep in mind when flying at night? For the answers to these questions and many more join us for Wolf Eyes in the Sky. At NC State and in North Carolina we take safety seriously and know that sometimes there is a need to fly at night. This session will review what is necessary to have in place to fly at night, what skills are important [...]

NC State Presents Wolf Eyes in the Sky2020-12-01T03:04:39+00:00

National Press Photographers Association On-Demand


National Press Photographers Association NPPA general counsel Mickey Osterreicher talks to Sinclair Broadcasting Chief Pilot Jeff Rose and photojournalist Billy Calzada about their experiences and the safe use of drones for news gathering Drone safety is everyone’s responsibility and all events planned for this week are designed to inspire and advance drone safety.

National Press Photographers Association On-Demand2020-12-01T03:09:42+00:00
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