FAA Part 107 UAS Aeronautical Knowledge Test: everything you need to know (except the answers)

The Federal Aviation Administration currently requires that drone operators pass a written, UAS aeronautical knowledge test as one of the requirements for legally flying drones commercially. Among the requirements to fly a UAS commercially include flying below 400 feet, flying only during daytime and flying less than 100 miles per hour. But the standout requirement is […]

FAA Part 107 UAS Aeronautical Knowledge Test: everything you need to know (except the answers)

Bye bye 2015 and outlook 2016

The second year of the fpvblog can be summed up as a year with high ambitions, a low article count and the welcome of Alastair Baker our first guest author. Chrashpilot, the editor in chief, hopes that the blog will be more active in 2016  (guest authors welcome). He also expects the next year to be […]

Bye bye 2015 and outlook 2016

9 FAA proposed small drone rules

Hey, chap!Before you start to explore the world through the eyes of drone technology, there are certain terms and conditions that you should make yourself familiar with. First article by guest author Alastair Baker. Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) is the government organization in the US that imposes the rules and regulations on commercial aircrafts, like […]

9 FAA proposed small drone rules