FAA Part 107 (effective Aug 29, 2016) - Commercial Drone Flight Operations
DISCLAIMER: The data shown hereon is for informational purposes only. It is the responsibility of the Remote Pilot in Command to ensure that all FAA Part 107 Rules and Regulations are being followed and that the appropriate Sectional Charts, Notam’s, Weather Briefing, Temporary Flight Restrictions, Airspace Authorization, etc. have been reviewed.
To survey with a Drone several things need to be in place.
Here is a quick overview:
FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot License (Step 1)
A fixed or rotary wing Drone (Step 2)
Photography and Ground Control (Step 3)
Desktop or cloud-based mapping software (Step 4)
The following Book-Series “Survey Mapping Made Simple” will cover in detail the above topics and many more.
Book 1 - BEYOND THE BASICS
Part 107 Rules and Regulations, National Airspace System, NOTAM’s, METAR’s, Coordinated Universal Time, Urban and Rural Environment, Drones and the public, Flight Logs, Sample Missions, Checklist.
Surveying knowledge and a Part 107 FAA Remote Pilot Certification is required to utilize the methods shown in this book series.
Book 2 - WHAT’S MY MISSION?
Book 3 - TIME TO FLY
Book 4 - DELIVERABLES
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
FAA.gov/uas/ - Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
FAA.gov/uas/media - Part 107 Summary
Charts - Aeronautical & Terminal Charts
Guide - Aeronautical Chart User’s Guide
Notams - Notice to Airman
Weather - Aviation Weather Center
Waiver - Request waiver and Airspace Authorization
Registration - Drone Registration
Military Base and Airport Facility Maps - Restrictions and Airspace Facility Grids
State of Arizona
ARS 13-2329 - Drone: Unlawful operation, state preemption, classifications, city parks
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