Confusion and Bad Assumptions Prevail With VLOS

Confusion And Bad Assumptions Prevail With Vlos

VLOS, how to lose your mind, reputation, license, and quad all simultaneously. VLOS has been a controversial, complex, and confusing FAA mandate from its inception. Steve, a close friend, asked me if I would be interested in determining the actual limits of VLOS; I curiously accepted. Over five days in varying weather conditions, daytime, civil … Read more

You Got Fluxed Again

Matrice 210 Grounded – Uas Map Feature – Survey Results

The public safety drone space, and maybe the entire drone niche, is in a state of flux. An important issue I’ve run into recently is working with departments and pilots to overcome assumptions. When presented with a different perspective, the typical response is that it can’t be right. But what I’m finding is a combination … Read more

The Data and Facts About VLOS Flight Distance for UAS

The Data And Facts About Vlos Flight Distance For Uas

The purpose of this article is to highlight the actual limits of flying small unmanned aerial vehicles (sUAVs), specifically multi-rotors, under the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Visual Line of Sight (VLOS) regulations. This time-consuming research began with a simple question: how far you can see and fly while still meeting the regulations under 14 CFR … Read more

Attorney Jonathan Rupprecht Talks About Drone Aviation Legal Traps

I’d Love To Hear Your Answer To This Question

Jonathan Rupprecht is a recognized attorney in the drone niche. He has an extensive background in UAS aviation, and his law firm website is a wealth of information for all drone pilots. Jon is a trusted source of information, and he spends a lot of time helping to understand issues that impact us all as public safety … Read more