Supporting public safety UAS and Drones for Good.
Program created to unite new aerial first responders, emergency managers, and search and rescue specialists under a unified organization to help learn, train, and test with one another.
What Type of Drone User are you?
Whether you’re a new drone pilot or have years of experience, rules and safety tips exist to help you fly safely in the national airspace. To get started, select which type of drone user you are and find out what rules and regulations apply to your specific situation. You can then begin researching where it is safe to fly and when you need approval to fly.
Recreational Flyers & Modeler Community-Based Organizations
You are considered a recreational user if you fly your drone for fun. It is important to know when and where you can fly and how to register your drone.
Guide: Recreational Flyers & Community-Based Orgs
Certified Remote Pilots Including Commercial Operators
If you have a small drone that is less than 55 pounds, you can fly fore work or business by following the Part 107 Guidelines.
Guide: Certified Pilots Including Commercial Operators
Public Safety & Government
Public Safety Agencies, such as Law Enforcement, have an important role in protecting the public from unsafe and unauthorized drone operations.
Guide: Public Safety and Government
Educational Users (Including Teachers & Students)
Drones are great tools for use in education. If you're a teacher or student looking to bring drones into your curriculum, the FAA provides resources to get you started.
Guide: Educational Users (Including Teachers & Students)
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Recreational flyers who only fly their drone for fun, now have an improved app – B4UFLY – to help show where they can and cannot fly with interactive maps.