Bvlos Operations Compliance and Safety: Ensuring Safe and Legal Beyond Visual Line of Sight Drone Operations

Obtaining an FAA waiver to fly at night is a crucial step for any drone operator looking to expand their operations. The waiver process requires a detailed risk assessment and implementation plan, but once obtained, it allows for increased flexibility and productivity in drone operations. Our course provides a comprehensive guide to obtaining FAA waivers, including the night waiver, and teaches best practices for safe and successful night drone operations. Don't let limited daylight hours hold back your operations, let us guide you through the FAA waiver process.

From Authorization Requests to Shared Knowledge

Jason is a drone enthusiast who has been flying drones for several years. In order to fly drones for commercial purposes, Jason knew he needed to obtain the necessary authorizations and waivers from the FAA. He spent hours researching and learning about the process of obtaining waivers and authorizations for BVLOS operations and other special cases. After successfully obtaining several waivers and authorizations, Jason wanted to share his knowledge and experience with others. That's why he created this course, to help drone pilots and operators navigate the FAA waiver and authorization process with confidence.

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Safely Surveying Construction Sites: FAA Waivers and Drone Technology

drone technology and FAA waiver expertise can help you efficiently and safely survey your construction site. With our services, you can get a complete picture of your project without the safety risks and logistical challenges of traditional surveying methods. Our pilots are certified by the FAA and have extensive experience in obtaining authorization requests, including waivers for beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) operations. This allows us to offer unparalleled drone surveying capabilities and provides you with the data you need to ensure your project stays on track. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you survey your construction site with the latest drone technology and FAA waivers.

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Bvlos Operations Compliance and Safety: Ensuring Safe and Legal Beyond Visual Line of Sight Drone Operations

BVLOS Operations Compliance and Safety" is another course I offer that is more specific to the requirements and safety considerations of Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations. This course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of BVLOS operations and equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to operate drones safely and in compliance with FAA regulations. The course covers topics such as airspace regulations, equipment and technology requirements, risk management, and best practices for BVLOS operations. Whether you are new to drone operations or an experienced pilot, this course can help you develop the skills and knowledge necessary to conduct safe and successful BVLOS operations.

This course is closed for enrollment.

Approved Airspace Request for Drone Operations

This screenshot shows the approval for an airspace authorization request from the FAA. It represents a significant milestone for drone pilots seeking to operate in controlled airspace. The approval process involves submitting detailed information about the planned operation, including the proposed flight path, altitude, and time of day. Once submitted, the FAA reviews the request and either grants or denies the authorization. This approval is essential for drone pilots who wish to operate in areas with increased air traffic or near airports.