Drone Pilot code

Make safety a top priority Seek excellence in airmanship (knowledge, skill, ability, and attitude that promote safe and efficient operations) Adopt sound principles of aeronautical decision-making (ADM) (the process used by pilots to consistently determine the best course of action in response to the circumstances), and develop and exercise good judgment Use sound principles of risk management Maintain situational awareness…

We are working with and Seeking Gimbal and camera open source solutions: VIEWPRO JOINS THE DRONECODE FOUNDATION TO COLLABORATE ON GIMBAL AND CAMERA PAYLOAD OPEN STANDARDS

With a strong R&D team that focuses on research and innovation at image processing, optical zoom algorithm, object tracking, object GPS location resolving, and camera stabilizing solutions based on direct drive brushless motors. All Viewpro gimbal cameras could be compatible with Viewpro quick release connector Viewport. Viewport is an option known as easy assembly, plug and play Viewpro joins Dronecode…

Privacy fears persist that officers will use drones to monitor people, especially at marches, under new Florida law

ORLANDO, Fla. — It used to be illegal for Florida law enforcement to use drones with intent to surveil crowds or gather evidence. This is no longer the case. What You Need To Know A new Florida law expands the use of drones for law enforcement and other first respondersCivil liberty advocates are concerned about how drones would be used…

Florida State Statute 934.50

“Freedom from Unwarranted Surveillance Act.” Local Police Departments enforcing drone operator laws reley on the Florida Statute 934.50 and the FAA Rules and Regulations. This is the Statute. we will highlight the concerns as it relates to commercial drone operators 934.50 Searches and seizure using a drone.— (1) SHORT TITLE.—This act may be cited as the “Freedom from Unwarranted Surveillance Act.” (2) DEFINITIONS.—As…

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