FAA Part 107 Certified
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FAA PART 107 SUMMARY ~ WHAT YOU CAN AND CAN'T DO
14 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) Part 107 states the following basic rules in order to operate UAS commercially in our National Airspace System (NAS):
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CHIEF REMOTE PILOT
"Throughout history, innovation has been at the forefront of our society, and today technology has quite literally changed the way we view the world. I find aerial perspectives to be fascinating not only because of their profound beauty, but for their geometric likeness and ethereal appeal. It is my hope to inspire."
Rodolfo was the first applicant to take the FAA Part 107 test at the Long Beach Airport.
• Must be at least 16 years old
• Must pass an initial aeronautical knowledge test at an FAA-approved knowledge testing center
• Must be vetted by the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA)
• Class G airspace*
• Must keep the aircraft in sight*
• Must fly under 400 feet*
• Must fly during the day*
• Must fly at or below 100 mph*
• Must yield right of way to manned aircraft*
• Must NOT fly over people*
• Must NOT fly from a moving vehicle*
* All of these rules are subject to waiver
• Less than 55 lbs.
• Must be registered
All Aerial Production projects are based on a minimum of 2 Operators Per Aircraft at all times (UAS Pilot + Camera Operator). Depending on the complexity of the project extra crew members may be included, such as a Visual Observer(s), Production Assistants, additional Remote Pilots, etc.
Our drones are fully equipped with Built-in Fail Safe Procedures and GPS Technology to ensure safety. For any reason, should a control signal be lost for more than 3 seconds, the drone will automatically fly back to the operators “Home” coordinates where it initially lifted off the ground.
Remote Pilot in Command (PIC)
Video & Camera Signal
Gimbal & Camera Control Signal
FAA LICENSED REMOTE PILOTS
Our team is made up of dedicated individuals from various creative backgrounds, each with their own unique outlook and style, conjoining Design, Visual Communication, Art Direction, Cinematography and Post Production. We work together to develop exceptional ideas and deliver a powerful final project with long-lasting impact.
CEO / CRP
With recent FAA changes in regulations over unmanned aircrafts and the substantial buzz surrounding these new laws, it's understandable that many find themselves confused about what they need to know before hiring a commerical drone operator. Two commonly mistaken terms are Registration and Certification.
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