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The FAA does not require an Aerial Drone Visual Observer (VO) for Small UAS operations. However, the optional VO is an important member of your team as he/she can help maintain situation awareness. For example, things can get dicey real fast when a low flyer, such as a helicopter, suddenly appears. This is especially […]
I mentioned in last year’s blog on post-production processing that the sound track can be tricky. Especially when the client wants music that they’ve heard from other media sources (such as the radio, TV, concert, CD, etc.) These sources are almost always copyrighted and the owners can (and probably will) track down violators and demand […]
Your drone lights up like a Christmas tree at night, but does that mean you can legally fly your aerial drone at night? Some drone pilots think yes, but I haven’t found justification for night flying in the USA without an FAA waiver. This is another of my blogs where the FAA’s rules are straightforward. […]