We've wondered where the drone pilots of the future will come from. Will they continue to be the solo entrepreneurs we've always seen in our monthly Aeon Academy Drone License classes? Or will more of them be employees of companies and agencies that sponsored their training to create an internal drone team?
As you make plans to earn your Part 107 Remote Pilot Certificate, there is key element in your professional portfolio that you need to include. It's a commitment to a UAS-centered Code of Conduct.
One of the biggest points of confusion for an aspiring drone pilot is the legality of their activities. As drones have become increasingly popular over the last decade, we've seen numerous horror stories on the news and on social media about people inappropriately flying and getting busted as a result. Here's a short list of transgressions of FAA drone regulations that I've seen in the news over the years: