FAA Part 107: What it Means for You and the Future of Commercial Drones – Webinar with SGS!

Logo 600 x 600Welcome back, Drone Law Nation! Today, we have a special treat for you. On August 31, right after Part 107 came out, SGS and I hosted a webinar on what the new regulations mean for the future of commercial drones.

SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing, and certification company. Tracy Lamb heads up SGS’ global “RPAS” team (RPAS standing for “Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems”). As the Global RPAS Safety Manager for SGS, she brings her years of experience as a commercial aviation pilot to the drone industry. Tracy and the SGS team are ensuring the safety and compliance of drone operations all around the world.

Our webinar focused on both the legal issues and practical realities of ensuring that drone operators are in compliance with the applicable regulations. How do you know you’re compliant? How do you know your systems are “safe”? What does “safe” even mean? What is an acceptable risk?

These are questions we get into, and more.

Check out the recording for more!

Links for you:

SGS RPAS Website

Tracy Lamb’s Bio


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