Government Risk in Space Launch

What is the American Government’s Risk Exposure to Private Space Launches? Under the “Convention on the International liability for Damage Caused by Space Objects” (the “Convention”) the United States faces liability for damage caused by any “object” launched from its...

LAANC Overview

 Low Altitude Authorization & Notification Capability (LAANC) An Overview of LAANC and Its Uses The following article explains the best approach is for getting your request approved using LAANC.  WHAT IS LAANC? LAANC is a free resource for UAV pilots to obtain...

Is Commercial Drone Insurance Required?

Currently the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) doesn’t require insurance for drone operators in the United States. However, drone insurance is something you should seriously consider limiting your risk exposure. Two basic Type of Commercial Drone Insurance-...

How to Register a Drone

This blogpost will clearly explain the process of how to register your drone with the Federal Aviation Association. The FAA has actually made the process of registering drone a rather smooth and simple process. Why is Drone Registration Necessary? Plain and simple the...

FAA Part 107 Waivers

FAA Part 107 Waiver- The FAA predicts 835,000 commercial drones and 1.4 million recreational drones will be in use by 2023, significantly increasing the number of unmanned aircraft that will coexist with manned aircraft in the airspace. As more drones crowd the sky,...