• Extreme Aerial

How to Work with Drones in Your Production Large or Small

Updated: Oct 15, 2019


The best part of this article as you read it is the legal drone operators explaining how they work with production partners and the challenges they face navigating the FAA Landscape.

How others don't and why that is dangerous for everyone. Budget bartering in the case of aviation bids will result in fines from the FAA when the right protocols aren't in play. Please read on - This is the best article I have seen in the last 2 years on the subject of frustration for all of us trying to work in the production space while trying to showcase our talents for our production partners, and balance the safety and legality constraints from the FAA.

Should the magazine image not load below please read the article here: http://issuu.com/auvsi/docs/april_magazine_preview_story?e=2044908/35972866


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