Here’s what you need to know about registering your drone with the Federal Aviation Administration.
The drone registry has been in effect for a year now and since then the FAA has seen over 600,000 new sUAS ((Small Unmanned Aircraft System) users added to their database. Now that the holiday season is over, those numbers are expected to rise even higher now that thousands of brand new drones have reached the hands of their new owners. If you’re one of them and are new to aerial cinematography and the rules and regulations that go along with it, here’s what you’ll need to know about the process of getting your drone registered.
Now, you might’ve heard a lot about new rules that came into effect at the end of this summer that might be scaring you away from flying drones, like he one that requires pilots to pass a certification test before taking to the air. But before you start preparing for any exams it’s important to figure out what kind of drone you have and what kind of user you are.