Cam to cam without registration
Access to Cam CORS is now gained by means of a Raven password.If you are a supervisor who does not have a CRSid, then you need to submit an application form Heads up: if you’re the new owner of a camera drone in the United States and you’re not planning to fly the drone commercially, you no longer have to register the drone with the FAA.That’s the decision handed down today by a federal court in Washington, D. reports that the lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration was just won by a model aircraft enthusiast named John Taylor, who filed his case against the FAA in January 2016.This app functions well, is updated regularly and has a really nice interface.
“The FAA’s Registration Rule violates Section 336 of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act,” the decision reads.
“We grant Taylor’s petition for review of the Registration Rule, and we vacate the Registration Rule to the extent it applies to model aircraft.” The FAA originally announced its drone registration process in December 2015, saying that owners would soon be required to register any drone weighing between 0.55 pounds and 55 pounds.
Over 820,000 have registered their drones since the FAA database was announced, reports, but now only commercial drone operators will need to add their name to the registry.
If you’re a photographer planning to fly a camera drone for personal reasons, you’re now exempt.