ASCI315 ERAU Part 107 & Waivered UAS Operations

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Submit an essay, in your own words, explaining the difference between operating under Part 107 and operating with a Part 107 waiver. Do not discuss model aircraft and RC flying but instead, focus upon the commercial application of a sUAS operation with respect to Part 107.

Your essay should address what a Certificate of Authorization is, what a 107 Exemption is, and what a Special Airworthiness Certificate is. Your essay should follow APA Format and contain a title page, main body, and a reference page. The main body should be three pages long minimum

https://www.faa.gov/uas/

https://www.faa.gov/uas/commercial_operators/part_...

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EngDuke1993
School: Purdue University

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PART 107 AND WAIVERED UAS OPERATION DIFFERENCES, OUTLINE:
1. Operations under the Visual Line of Sight Aircraft (107.31)
2. The Visual Observer (VO) guideline (107.33)
3. Daylight operation requirement (107.29)
4. The moving vehicle/aircraft restriction (107.25)
5. The constraint of Multiple Small Unmanned Aircraft (107.35)
6. Near Aircraft Activity and the Right-of-Way procedure (107.37)
7. Operation over Human Beings (107.39)
8. Guidelines on speed limitations (107.51(a)), altitude (107.51(b)), minimum flight visibility
(107.51(c)) and cloud clearance (107.51(d))


Running head: PART 107 AND WAIVERED UAS OPERATION DIFFERENCES

PART 107 AND WAIVERED UAS OPERATION DIFFERENCES
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PART 107 AND WAIVERED UAS OPERATION DIFFERENCES

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PART 107 AND WAIVERED UAS OPERATION DIFFERENCES
1. Operations under the Visual Line of Sight Aircraft (107.31)
Operating under part 107 requires the unmanned aircraft system (UAS) to remain within
the visual line-of-sight (VLOS) of the remote pilot in control and the person adjusting the flight
controls of the small UAS or visual observer. On the other hand, when operating under a waiver,
the guideline provides that drone operators should always maintain a direct line of sight to the
unmanne...

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Thanks, good work

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