Note: The FAA just recently changed (3/7/2016) some of the language on their exemptions so this presentation is about 95% accurate.
Are you interested in using commercial drones in TV/movie production? This video is specifically geared to the TV/movie production industry.
- How do people or companies commercially operate drones?
- Why do I need a Section 333 Exemption?
- What are some of the restrictions in a Section 333 Exemption?
- Myths that put production companies at risk.
- Common myths surrounding the Section 333 exemptions.
- Things you can NOT do under a Section 333 exemption and your Blanket COA.
- Curent federal enforcement from the FAA and other agencies as well as state and local law enforcement.
- Tips on vetting drone companies to making sure they are in complaince with what the FAA says.
- The FAA’s future proposed commercial drone rules.
- Operations that will NOT be allowed under the future proposed commercial drone rules.
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