Drone Law Pro
By Enrico Schaefer
Drone Law ProFeb 15, 2020
The three things I learned last week February 15, 2020
Drone Data Forensics: Interview with Expert Forensics Expert David Kovar from URSAsecure.com
All that data being captured by drone. But what if you need a forensics expert to secure it, extract it, analyze it and report on it? One of the few data forensics experts in the UAV space tells us how drone data is being used by lawyers, insurance companies, drone manufacturers and others for forensics purpose, as well as predictive technology. David Kovar from URSA is our special guess on Drone Law Pro Radio.....
How to Get a Part 135 Certification: Interview with Prism VP Guido Fuentes
Yes! Drone delivery is finally being approved by the FAA. Learn how to get your Part 135 certification in this DLP Radio interview with Guido Fuentes. The certification process utilizes a phase and gate system that has 5 distinct phases and 3 gates. We discuss the FAA’s rigorous safety requirements to qualify for an air carrier certificate, the requirement of extensive data and documentation, as well as test flights.
Guido is the Director Facilitation & Training @ Professional Resources In System Management, LLC (PRISM), Director Operational Safety & Quality @ AviancaTACA Limited, Director of Engineering @ Aviones de Colombia. UPS< AMazon and Google are all getting into the drone delivery game. Fidn out waht it takes for you to get there too.
Michigan Coalition of Drone Operators. v. Genessee County Parks
Did you know that there is a lawsuit filed for declaratory judgment by a group of drone pilots against Genessee County for passing an ordinance prohibiting drone use in the park? Well now you do! And we have it covered at Drone Law Pro Radio. In this episode we interview Jason Harrison, our friend from a Fed 2019 episode who was handcuffed and issued a ticket for flying his drone in a Genessee County, Michigan park. The police accidentally activated the drones camera and microphone before confiscating the drone, leading a a video and audio recoding all the way from the park into the police station (click here to check out the footage). Now Jason has been left no choice but to start a lawsuit by the Michigan Coalition of Drone Operators to declare the ordinance invalid under MCL 259.305 which precludes municipalities in Michigan from regulating drone use or ownership. Want to know more? Listen and share this story of community action by drone pilots fighting back against unlawful laws and regulations seeking to ban drone use.