Drone Co-Habitation Services (DCS) is proud to announce

Drone Co-Habitation Services (DCS) is proud to announce

In the public interest, on 22 April 2016 the FAA has Granted DCS with one of the broadest Section-333 Exemption/Waivers in industry for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), thus far. With Exemption Number 16513, the FAA Waiver Grants our company: 1. Nationwide Certificate of Waiver or Authorization (COA); 2. Flight within other ATO Airspaces with approval of the ATO Organization-issued COA; 3. Flight At-or-Below 400-Feet Above Ground Level (AGL), and at […]

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Drone pilots benefit from new website identifying tourist hotspots which allow them to fly overhead

Drone pilots benefit from new website identifying tourist hotspots which allow them to fly overhead

A ticket-selling firm put together the database to offer guidance to the unmanned aircraft flyers – but operators are also still advised to contact the CAA before flying A website has been set up to give advice on which tourist hotspots allow drones – including some popular spots around Greater Manchester. Ticket-selling firm AttractionTix created the online service to offer guidance about whether unmanned aircraft can be flown at more […]

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Analysis of UK “drone vs plane” incidents and the media hysteria over them

Analysis of UK "drone vs plane" incidents and the media hysteria over them

Hackaday has a good piece that analyzes some of the UK’s "drone close to aircraft" incidents and finds them wanting, to say nothing of the media coverage of them. Excerpt: So, that out of the way, on to the incident reports. These are proximity reports from the UK Airbrox Board , the body whose task is to apply any of the lessons that can be gleaned from any such incidents […]

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