Drone Alphabet Soup: Decoding Drones

Drone Documentation

Jon W. Adams, Director of Architectural and Heritage Services ::::
FAA. NAS. UAS. PIC. VO. 14 CFR Part 107. Confused? You may be… unless you’ve been dabbling in drone flight, and the associated regulations which govern the use of drones.
Below, I will briefly cover a few of these items, which I hope will help in learning more about drones and how they operate in the airspace above the United States.
FAA – Federal Aviation Administration
This is the national authority which regulates all aspects of civil aviation, including air traffic control, certification of personnel and aircraft, and others.
NAS – National Airspace System
The airspace above the Unites States, which is broken down into specific classes: A, B, C, D, E, and G. Legal drone flight is only permitted in class G airspace, unless special permission is granted by the FAA. Continue reading “Drone Alphabet Soup: Decoding Drones”