Concerned that your drone operations don’t meet the requirements of the FAA’s new small unmanned aircraft systems rule?
Maybe you want to fly at night, higher than 400 feet, or beyond visual line-of-sight?
That’s where waivers come in.
The FAA’s new small drone rule effective August 29, 2016—formally known as Part 107 —allows for some expanded operations based on technology mitigations if you can make the safety case for a waiver of some provisions.
Don’t confuse airspace authorizations with waivers. They’re two different things!