By RYAN WICKER
FAA announced this week they have awarded over 3,000 Section 333 Exemption Grants to allow individuals, businesses, non-profits and governmental agencies to fly drones.
FAA Section 333 exemption grants allow drone operators to fly “commercially” and provide services for hire, such as: Bridge inspections, roof inspections, movie and television filming, aerial photography, pipeline inspections, engineering, precision agriculture, mapping and surveying, wedding photography, real estate photography and videography, public event recording, security and surveillance, live video feeds, training, education, and disaster and catastrophe events.
For the first-responders, police, fire and other governmental agencies: search and rescue operations, aerial surveillance, security, and arson and fire investigations.
Gowdy Brothers Aerospace, LLC, the nation’s largest provider of FAA Section 333 consulting and exemption grant submissions, additionally announces they have successfully submitted over 570 customers to the FAA.
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