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Greetings, My name is Silvio Facchin, I am a UAV alumni, a Certified Remote Pilot and a Certified Legal Video Specialist. The company I work for, TSG Reporting, Inc. is in the process of adding aerial inspections to our line of legal video services. Because we are a national company, we need to be able to provide all our services in all States. It is because of this requirement that I need to create a roster of Certified Remote Pilots and the locations they cover. If you are interested, please send me an email with your company information, areas you cover and prices to sf
On Oct 3, almost 4 months ago, I sent an email to the ATL FSDO as follows. " I currently hold a Part 107 remote pilot certificate (temporary). Obviously, if I am operating a sUAV commercially I must abide by the Part 107 regulations. However, if I am operating recreationally am I bound by the hobbyist guidelines or must I always operate under the Part 107 regulations?" I never got a reply and had given up. Today I got an email saying they have been having email problems and to call if I still needed assistance. At first I thought why bother since I will most likely get a recording or n
For those who have not seen this yet. The fine was negotiated but bear in mind it was sort of a barter deal. They traded off making PSA's. Folks don't realize that the NYC area is HIGHLY controlled airspace and FAA has a very large staff in the area as well. Know your airspace! For Immediate Release January 17, 2017 Contact: Laura Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org) / Les Dorr (email@example.com) Phone: 202-359-3680 or 202-267-3461 WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration today announced a comprehensive settlement agreement
Lead paragraph from the Pop Sci article this week, with link at the end: http://www.popsci.com/it-is-federal-crime-to-shoot-down-drone-says-faa They need to be more precise--is the crime the act of shooting, or only if you are successful at shooting it down?? They say the latter but it I'm quite certain it's the former, regardless of success or not. Same law that they use to file charges against people using lasers against aircraft, I believe.